Jolo power station
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Jolo power station was a proposed 58-megawatt (MW) coal-fired plant in Sulu province, the Philippines.
The map below shows Jolo, Sulu province, the Philippines, where the plant would be built.
Background on Project
In January 2017 SMC Global announced that it planned to build a 58-MW coal-fired plant in Jolo, Sulu province.
As of May 2021 there has been no further news about the project and it appears to be cancelled. The Jolo power station was not listed in the December 2020 Philippines Department of Energy report on initiated power projects.
On October 27, 2020 the Philippine Department of Energy imposed a moratorium on the construction of new or "greenfield" power plants, meaning those which have yet to begin construction. San Miguel Corporation subsequently announced that its planned greenfield coal plants were cancelled. In November 2020 DOE Secretary Alfonso Cusi clarified that projects listed as "indicative" by the DOE would still be considered and might still be developed.
- Sponsor: SMC Global Power Holdings
- Parent company: SMC Global Power Holdings
- Location: Jolo, Sulu province, Philippines
- Coordinates: 6.0402879, 121.0049282 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Gross capacity: 58 MW
- Type: Subcritical
- Projected in service:
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- Source of financing:
Articles and resources
- SMC set to build 3 coal plants, Manila Standard, Jan. 16, 2017
- PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATED POWER PROJECTS (MINDANAO) COMMITTED, Philippine Department of Energy, Dec. 31, 2020
- PRIVATE SECTOR INITIATED POWER PROJECTS (MINDANAO) INDICATIVE, Philippine Department of Energy, Dec. 31, 2020
- Jordeene B. Lagare, DoE issues ban on new coal plants, Manila Times, Oct. 28, 2020
- San Miguel to scrap pending coal power plants after gov't ban, Phil Star, Oct. 28, 2020
- Philippines mulls ban on greenfield coal-fired plants, IJ Global, Nov. 5, 2020