Hedcor to construct 7 MW HEP plant in Philippines

Aboitiz Power Corp subsidiary, Hedcor, is to construct a 7 MW Tudaya 2 Hydroelectric Project in Davao del Sur province, the Philippines.

The new run-of-river facility will be built downstream from the Sibulan Hydro B as part of an expansion of Hedcor's existing Sibulan hydropower plants, reported the Sun.Star Davao newspaper.

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Tudaya 2, which is scheduled to be commissioned in the first quarter of 2014, will generate 76GWh of renewable energy that will be supplied to the Davao Light and Power Company and the Davao del Sur Electric Cooperative.

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