Breaker Ground Return Transfer Switch various DC Switches DC Measuring

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Breaker, Ground Return Transfer Switch, various DC Switches, DC Measuring equipment and wall bushings; and Secondary System including Operator Control, AC/DC Station Control, Pole Control, DC Protection, Station Master Clock, Fault Recording, DC Line Fault Location, AC Protection, Revenue Metering, Auxiliary System, Management Subsystems of Relay Protection and Fault Information and Telecontrol and Telecommunication Equipment. e) Substations: Umapad S/S (New): 2-150 MVA, 230/138-13.8 kV Power Transformers and accessories, 2-150 MVA, 230/69-13.8 kV Power Transformers and accessories, 13-230 kV PCB and associated equipment, 4-138 kV PCB and associated equipment, 9-69 kV PCB and associated equipment; Magdugo S/S (Expansion): 2-230 kV PCB and associated equipment; and Other Equipment/Facilities identified based on the result of GIS, e.g., power compensating equipment, etc. II. Marine Portion Santander CTS-Dapitan CTS, 92 km, ±350 kV HVDC, Bipolar, 1,500 mm 2 HVDC Mass Impregnated (MI) submarine cable.
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193 Figure 11.3 Connection Configuration of MVIP 11.2.5 Small Island Interconnection Projects A significant number of islands in the country remain isolated from the main grid. The power system in the island is being operated and managed by the Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) of the National Power Corporation. Summarized in Table 11.3 below are the potential small island interconnections indicating the length of the required facilities and the peak load in the island.
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194 Table 11.3 Potential Small Island Interconnections Island Interconnection Point Length (kms) Population a Land Area b (km 2 ) 2015 Peak Demand (MW) 2040 Peak Demand (MW) Submarine Overhead Total LUZON Mindoro Batangas 25 43 68 1,331,473 10,104 64.48 221.34 Catanduanes Presentacion 32 8 40 260,964 1,492 10.22 33.74 Marinduque General Luna 23 11 34 234,521 953 8.74 23.71 Ticao Abuyog 20 35 55 95,129 385 1.79 2.58 Masbate San Jacinto 16 16 32 706,897 3,337 16.35 37.04 Tablas San Jose 61 36 97 164,012 844 6.53 26.96 Lubang Calaca 54 20 74 28,920 245 0.76 1.54 Palawan San Jose 252 173 425 886,308 13,980 49.70 261.42 Busuanga San Jose 84 52 136 22,046 393 4.39 16.96 VISAYAS Bantayan Medellin 21 24 45 144,116 134 5.34 16.88 Siquijor Bacong 20 24 44 95,984 337 4.65 16.58 Camotes 1 Isabel 18 8 26 91,688 204 3.02 11.83 Semirara San Jose 33 0 33 14,892 55 MINDANAO Siargao Cagdiano 13 7 20 116,587 623 5.13 11.28 Samal 2 Lasang 9 21 30 95,993 272 5.99 14.81 Basilan Pitogo 27 12 39 297.306 690 8.67 29.04 Dinagat Canlanipa 30 15 45 127,152 1,036 3.16 13.22 Camiguin Esperanza 30 37 67 88,478 238 4.33 8.95 Siasi Parang 43 32 75 67,705 193 0.7 1.84 Sulu Taberlongan 100 34 134 607,735 2,055 8.34 20.11 Tawi-Tawi Pagatpat 84 60 144 207,595 1,636 5.66 31.93 a Based on 2015 Census of Population (POPCON 2015) b Based on Philippine Standard Geographic Code (PSGC) 1 Ponson Island excluded 2 Talicud Island excluded, Land area of Talicud Island from choosephilippines.com It should be noted that further project assessments are required for the small island interconnections listed above.
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195 Chapter 12 - Appendices Appendix 1 Prospective Power Plants Table A1.1 List of Prospective Power Plants as of August 2018 Proposed Generation Facility Capacity (MW) CFB Coal-Fired Power Plant 300 Maragondon-Naic-Tanza 2 Solar Power Project 200 Sta. Rosa Nueva Ecija 2 Solar Power Project 1,200 Iba-Palauig 2 Solar Power Project 1,200 Balayan Solar Power Project 600 Iba-Palauig 1 Solar Power Project 1,200 Tarlac Solar Power Project 150
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