Power networks/Philippines/Mapped transmission and subtransmission lines constructed by each companies/Exceptions

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This page shows the list of structures, lands, and right-of-way (portion of a power line) that were acquired, designated, and built by National Transmission Corporation (TransCo), National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), and various distribution companies and are part of a power line originally commissioned by National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR) and TransCo. Amount of structures built, and right-of-way and lands acquired and designated by TransCo, NGCP (as shown on High Voltage stickers/signs placed on steel poles and lattice towers) and various companies, and total number of lands and right-of-way designated and acquired and structures built (non-NAPOCOR/TransCo) are also shown in this page.

NOTE: If the line has two or more segments, on their Exceptions section, a power line segment is mentioned to determine which segment that those structures are belonged. Also if the replacement structure was built, and the lands and right-of-way were designated and acquired by NAPOCOR, they will not be included in this page.

National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR/NPC)

69 kV

Luzon

  • Bay - Santo Tomas - Tanauan - Lipa 69 kV Line (wood pole, most sections transferred to BATELEC-II)
    • Exceptions:
      • Batangas II Electric Cooperative (BATELEC-II):
        • Tap to CDO plant in Malvar.
        • Tanauan - LIMA and Lipa - Santo Toribio section (from 2011)
  • LIMA - Lipa 69 kV Line (wood pole, most sections transferred to LIMA Enerzone)
    • Exceptions:
      • Replaced steel pole near BATELEC-II tap point at Santo Toribio (NG? or LIMA?)
  • Batangas - Lipa 69 kV Lines 1 and 2 (Line 2 and Batangas-San Jose-Ingasco transferred to BATELEC-II)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • Line reconfiguration between Mahabang Parang and Bucal in Batangas City after construction of Batangas Substation.
          • Transfer of Mahabang Parang - Bucal segment of Line 2 in Batangas City to Batangas - Ibaan - Rosario Tap - Rosario 69 kV Line after line configuration change.
          • Transfer of Mahabang Parang - Bucal segment of Line 1 in Batangas City to Batangas - Lipa 69 kV Line 2.
          • Transfer of Line 1 to roadside concrete poles between Mahabang Parang and Concepcion in Batangas City.
        • 4 H-frames across STAR Tollway near Lipa City Exit.
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Line reconfiguration between Mahabang Parang, Batangas City and Banaybanay 1, San Jose, Batangas (for Batangas - Lipa Line 1, except tap to Nestlé Lipa by BATELEC-II, and Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco)
          • Transfer of Line 1 between Mahabang Parang in Batangas City to Banaybanay 1 in San Jose (In front of Ingasco) to Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco 69 kV line, and removal of connection with Line 2 in Banaybanay 1 (for Line 1)
        • Replaced wood poles mostly along right of way or Philippine National Railways (PNR) Batangas Line (currently proposed for construction as the Calamba-Batangas Railway) (for Line 1, using 18 meter steel poles with cross-arms)
      • Batangas II Electric Cooperative (BATELEC-II):
        • Tap to Nestlé Lipa plant.
        • Line reconfiguration between Mahabang Parang, Batangas City and Banaybanay 1, San Jose, Batangas (for Batangas Lipa Line 2, except tap to Nestlé Lipa by BATELEC-II, and Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco)
          • Transfer of Line 2 to roadside steel poles between Mahabang Parang in Batangas City and Banaybanay 1 in San Jose.
          • Transfer of Line 1 between Mahabang Parang in Batangas City to Banaybanay 1 in San Jose (In front of Ingasco) to Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco 69 kV line, and removal of connection with Line 2 in Banaybanay 1 (for Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco)
        • Replaced wood poles mostly along right of way or Philippine National Railways (PNR) Batangas Line (currently proposed for construction as the Calamba-Batangas Railway) (for Batangas - San Jose Tap - Ingasco, using 21 meter armless steel poles)
  • Batangas - Ibaan Tap - Rosario Tap- Rosario 69 kV Line (then Bucal Tap - Rosario Tap - Rosario 69 kV Line, tapped to Batangas - Lipa Line 2)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • H-frames across STAR Tollway in Malainin, Ibaan.
      • Ibaan Electric and Engineering Corporation (IEEC):
        • Replacement of wood poles by steel poles on tap connection to Ibaan substation.
      • Batangas II Electric Cooperative (BATELEC-II):
        • Tap connection to Puyat Steel Ibaan plant and Namunga and Taysan substations.
  • Hermosa-Calaguiman Line
    • Exceptions:
      • Steel poles (except 230 kV-designed ones along Roman Superhighway, Hermosa, Bataan, Olongapo-Gapan Road, Dinalupihan, Bataan, and inside Hermosa Substation) and cement poles used to replace some wood poles.
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • New h-frame 208 after Orani Bridge 2 and h-frames 209, 233, and 234 along Roman Superhighway, Samal and Orani, Bataan.
        • Steel pole 1 along Olongapo-Gapan Road, Hermosa, Bataan, in front of Hermosa Substation.

Visayas

Mindanao

115 kV

  • San Esteban - Bantay - Currimao - Laoag Transmission Line (lattice towers, except for steel pole in Laoag and H-frames at INEC Currimao)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Relocated steel pole on Laoag Substation after construction of 230 kV switchyard.
  • Dasmariñas - CEPZA 115 kV Line (wood pole)
    • Exceptions
      • Manila Electric Company (Meralco):
        • Tap connection to Meralco Dasmariñas Substation.
  • Dasmariñas - Ternate 115 kV Line (wood pole, truncated to Trece Martires)
    • Exceptions
      • Manila Electric Company (Meralco):
        • Reenergization of Trece Martires-Ternate section reenergized to 34.5 kV as supply line for 13.8 kV lines in Ternate.
  • Dasmariñas - Silang - Tagaytay 115 kV Line (wood pole; transferred to Meralco from 2011)
    • Exceptions
      • Manila Electric Company (Meralco):
        • Several wood poles, mostly along Aguinaldo Highway and 115/13.8 kV substation vicinities replaced by concrete or steel poles.

230 kV

  • Hermosa-Balintawak Transmission Line (changed to Hermosa-Duhat-Balintawak after the completion of the line's cut-in connection to Meralco Duhat substation in November 16, 2009)
    • Exceptions (as of 2021):
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • Acquisition of lands and right-of-way for the 4 lattice towers of San Simon-Pulilan segment of the power line (255, 256, 266, 267), and 2 replacement lattice towers (255 and 256) along Candaba Viaduct, Apalit, Pampanga, part of the original or TransCo plan of Hermosa-Balintawak Transmission Line relocation project which consists of 18 lattice towers along the viaduct and 36 steel poles for the remaining portion but only 4 out of 18 towers and 4 out of 54 transmission structures that are included in the TransCo plan of the said transmission project were used (Hermosa-Duhat). Note: Lands for towers 255 and 256 were acquired and designated by TransCo and the structures were built by NGCP, and towers 266 and 267 use NAPOCOR-era lattice towers 264 and 265 and these are part of TransCo-acquired and designated right-of-way/transmission line portion of the line's San Simon-Pulilan section.
        • Replacement steel pole 474 near Dulalia Overpass (Duhat-Balintawak)
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Cement pole (58A) located between steel poles 58 and 59 (Hermosa-Duhat)
        • 20 replacement steel poles along Olongapo-Gapan Road, City of San Fernando, Pampanga (Hermosa-Duhat; ongoing)
        • Acquisition of lands and right-of-way for the 58 steel poles of San Simon-Pulilan segment of the power line (228–254, 257–265, 268–289), and 45 replacement steel poles (229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 237, 238, 241, 242, 244, 245, 246, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 277, 278, 279, 280, 282, 283, 285, 286, 287, and 288) along North Luzon Expressway (NLEx), San Simon and Apalit, Pampanga, and Calumpit and Pulilan, Bulacan, part of the revised or NGCP plan of Hermosa-Balintawak Transmission Line relocation project which consists of 58 steel poles along the said power line segment (45 replacement and 13 NAPOCOR-era poles; Hermosa-Duhat). Note: Lands for steel poles 228, 234, 235, 236, 239, 240, 243, 247, 254, 276, 281, 284, and 289 were acquired and designated by NGCP and are part of the NGCP-acquired and designated right-of-way/transmission line portion of the line's San Simon-Pulilan section and the structures use NAPOCOR-era poles 228, 229, 231, 259, 260, 261, 266, 267, 271, 276, 283, 301, and 302.
        • 3 replacement steel poles (381, 382, and 383), used due to the construction of Balagtas Interchange (Hermosa-Duhat)
        • Acquisition and designation of land for the foundation used to make steel pole 384 become higher due to the construction of Balagtas Interchange (Hermosa-Duhat)
        • New steel pole 516 inside Balintawak Substation (Duhat-Balintawak)
      • Manila Electric Company (Meralco):
        • Cut-in connection to Meralco Duhat Substation (Meralco, excluding original steel pole 127 that is located along NLEX; Hermosa-Duhat before Duhat Overpass and Duhat-Balintawak after the said overpass)
    • Total: 5 (TransCo), 85 (NGCP), 7 (Meralco). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 97
  • Biñan-Muntinlupa Transmission Line (Lines 1, 2, and 3)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Two steel poles (47A) near South Luzon Expressway and Skyway.
        • Steel poles 34, 34B, and 34C, and bipole tower 34A, used due to the construction of Skyway Extension.
    • Total: 7 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 7
  • Mexico-Hermosa Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • A three-level steel pole (5A) located between lattice towers 5 and 6.
        • 4 bipole towers (75A, 76B, 84A, and 89A) in Lubao, Pampanga.
        • New steel poles inside Hermosa Substation.
        • Cement poles or 69,000 volt-designed steel poles that are used on certain parts of the line because of dangerous line clearance with the ground, vegetation, or residential areas. Note: Some of the transmission line's cement poles were removed and retired after its reconductoring.
  • Hermosa-Limay Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Bipole towers 16A, 37A, 38A, 76A, 88A, 95A, added upon the reconductoring of the transmission line.
        • 4 new steel poles inside Limay Substation.
    • Total: 10 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 10
  • Limay-Hermosa Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • 2 steel poles (1 and 2) located inside Limay Substation.
    • Total: 2 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 2
  • Hermosa-San Jose Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • 69,000 volt-designed steel pole located between lattice towers 4 and 5.
  • Mexico-Balintawak Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • 3 h-frame towers located near Philippine Arena.
        • 1 h-frame tower in Meycauayan, Bulacan.
    • Total: 4 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 4
  • Hermosa-Olongapo Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • 4 steel poles (14A and 14B) near SCTEX.
    • Total: 4 (TransCo). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 4
  • Sucat-Araneta-Balintawak Transmission Line (later Sucat-Paco-Araneta-Balintawak Transmission Line after cut-in connection to Meralco Paco Substation)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • 7 relocated steel poles (121-127) along PNR Commuter Line and South Luzon Expressway, Makati (Sucat-Paco)
        • 2 steel poles between poles 143 and 144, used due to the construction of the line's cut-in connection to Meralco Paco Substation.
        • 5 relocated steel poles (144-148) along Quirino Avenue and PNR Commuter Line, Manila (Paco-Araneta)
        • New steel poles 150A and 150B along Tomos Claudio, Pandacan, Manila (Paco-Araneta)
        • 2 new steel poles (172, 173) near SM Sta. Mesa and along Gregorio Araneta Avenue, Quezon City (Paco-Araneta)
        • 6 new steel poles (175-180) along Gregorio Araneta Avenue, Quezon City, used due to the construction of Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 (Paco-Araneta)
        • 21 new steel poles (3-10A, 17-29) along Gregorio Araneta Avenue, Quezon City (Araneta-Balintawak)
    • Total: 45 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 45
  • Dasmariñas-Las Piñas Transmission Line
    • Exceptions (as of 2016)
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Lattice tower (208A), formerly a water tower, connecting to 3rd 300 MVA transformer at Las Piñas Substation.
    • Total: 1 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 1
  • Santiago - Tuguegarao Transmission Line (original; changed to Santiago - Gamu - Tuguegarao after cut-in connection to Gamu Substation)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • H-frame near provincial road in Ilagan.
  • Labo-Naga Transmission Line, Tiwi Plant C-Naga Transmission Line, Naga-Daraga Transmission Line, Daraga-Tiwi Plant A Transmission Line, and Daraga-Bacman Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • 118 replacement lattice towers (56 for Labo-Naga, 32 for Tiwi Plant C-Naga, 10 for Naga-Daraga, 16 for Daraga-Tiwi, and 4 for Daraga-Bacman) used to replace the typhoon-affected towers.
    • Total: 118 (TransCo). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 118
  • Bauang-Santa Barbara-Kadampat Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • 4 new lattice towers used after the construction of Santa Barbara Substation.
    • Total: 4 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 4
  • Mexico-Cabanatuan Transmission Line
    • Exceptions
      • H-frame (4A) at Santa Rosa-Fort Magsaysay Road at Santa Rosa, added because of dangerous line clearance with the road
  • Bauang-Bacnotan-San Esteban Transmission Line (including wood poles that were used as a cut-in connection to Bacnotan Substation)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • 2 steel poles and 11 lattice towers on the line's cut-in connection to Bacnotan Substation, used to replace wood poles.
    • Total: 13 (NGCP). Overall total (non-NAPOCOR-acquired and designated lands and right-of-way): 13
  • Olongapo-Botolan Transmission Line (later Olongapo-Hanjin-Botolan after the construction of a cut-in connection to Hanjin)
    • Exceptions:
      • National Transmission Corporation (TransCo):
        • Cut-in connection to Hanjin.
  • Botolan-Labrador Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • H-frames on some of its portions, added because of dangerous line clearance with the ground.
  • San Rafael-Balintawak Transmission Line
    • Exceptions:
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • New lattice tower near Plaridel Bypass Road, Bustos, Bulacan.

National Transmission Corporation (TransCo)

69 kV

115 kV

138 kV

230 kV

  • Calaca-Steel Asia Transmission Line
    • Exceptions
      • Steel poles on connection with South Luzon Thermal Power Plant.
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • New steel poles at Salong Switching Station.
  • Bay (MakBan)-Biñan Transmission Line (double-circuit steel poles from Biñan Substation to SLEX Calamba, near Bay-Santo Tomas Road and inside Bay Substation, and lattice towers from Calamba to Bay)
    • Exceptions (as of 2021):
      • National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP):
        • Cut-in connection to Calamba Substation, using steel poles and lattice towers.

500 kV