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TODO: Add power stations/substations

National Grid Corporation of the Philippines

Ilocos Region

  • Laoag Substation (115/69-230 kV, power collection point from Bangui, Burgos, and Caparispisan wind farms)
  • Bantay Substation (115/69 kV)
  • San Esteban Substation (230/115/69 kV)
  • Bacnotan Substation (230/69 kV)
  • Bauang Substation (230/69 kV)
  • Bolo Substation (500 kV step-up substation, collecting power from Sual and Masinloc Power plants; formerly Kadampat EHV Substation)
  • Labrador Substation (230/69 kV)
  • San Manuel Substation (230/69 kV substation, with tie line with Nagsaag EHV substation)
  • Nagsaag EHV Substation (230/500 kV step-up substation and 230/69 kV step-down substation, collecting most power from San Roque and Casecnan hydroelectric power plants.)
  • Santa Barbara Substation (230/69 kV, From 2016)

Cagayan Valley

  • Bayombong Substation
  • Santiago Substation
  • Gamu Substation
  • Tuguegarao Substation

Central Luzon

  • Concepcion Substation
  • Cabanatuan Substation
  • Mexico Substation
  • Hermosa Substation
  • Olongapo Substation
  • Botolan Substation
  • San Rafael Substation (formerly Cruz na Daan Substation)
  • San Jose Substation (500 kV step-down substation)
  • Limay Substation (shares space with Bataan Combined Cycle Power Plant)
  • Lamao (SMC Consolidated Power Plant) Substation

Metro Manila

  • Doña Imelda Substation (formerly Araneta Substation)
  • Muntinlupa Substation (formerly Sucat Substation)

Calabarzon

  • Biñan Substation
  • Bay Substation (formerly MakBan Substation)
  • Lumban Substation (formerly Kalayaan EHV Substation)
  • Calaca Substation (shared with Sem-Calaca Power)
  • Batangas Substation
  • Tayabas Substation (500 kV step-up substation, collects power from Pagbilao, Mauban, and Naga Converter Station)
  • Gumaca Substation
  • Ternate Substation

Bicol Region

  • Labo Substation
  • Naga Converter Station (Luzon termination point of HVDC Leyte-Luzon)
  • Daraga Substation

Western Visayas

  • Nabas Substation
  • Panitan Substation
  • Barotac Viejo Substation (formerly San Juan Substation)
  • Dingle Substation
  • Santa Barbara Substation
  • San Jose de Buenavista Substation
  • Bacolod Substation
  • Cadiz Substation
  • Kabankalan Substation

Central Visayas

  • Daanbantayan Substation (230/69 kV)
  • Compostela Substation (230/138/69 kV)
  • Cebu Substation (138/69 kV, shared by VECO)
  • Lapu-lapu Substation (138 kV)
  • Naga Substation (formerly Colon Substation)

Eastern Visayas

Unless noted, substations here are normally 138/69 kV

  • Calbayog Substation
  • Paranas Substation (formerly Wright Substation)
  • Babatngon Substation
  • Tabango Cable Terminal (230 kV, with 69 kV connection for LEYECO-IV)
  • Ormoc Converter Station (350 kV DC/230 kV/138 kV; formerly HVDC Converter Station)

Manila Electric Company (Meralco)

Wholly owned

Bulacan

Voltage of distribution substations are all indicated because of two distribution voltages used within the province.

  • Duhat Substation (230/115 kV)
  • Bocaue Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Malolos Substation (230/69 kV, 100*2 MVA; 69/13.8 kV, 20*2 MVA)
  • Santa Maria Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Meycauayan Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Lias Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Baliuag Substation (69/13.8 kV)
  • Cruz na Daan Substation (69/13.8 kV, 20 MVA, inside NGCP San Rafael Substation)
  • FBIC Substation (69/13.8 kV)
  • Calumpit Substation (69/13.8 kV)
  • Marilao Substation (115/34.5 kV)

Metro Manila

Manila

Unless noted in parentheses, substations here are 115/34.5 kV distribution type. Indoor substations using gas-insulated switchgear are noted with "(GIS)".

  • Tegen Substation
  • Sampaloc Substation
  • Tutuban Substation (GIS)
  • Santa Cruz Substation
  • Ermita Substation (34.5/6.28 kV)
  • Malate Substation (34.5/6.28 kV)
  • Paco Substation (230/115 kV. NGCP name: Manila Substation)
Quezon City

Unless noted in parentheses, substations here are 115/34.5 kV distribution type. Indoor substations using gas-insulated switchgear are noted with "(GIS)".

  • Diliman Substation
  • Kamuning Substation
  • Cubao Substation
Las Piñas

Unless noted in parentheses, substations here are 115/34.5 kV distribution type. Indoor substations using gas-insulated switchgear are noted with "(GIS)".

  • Zapote Substation (230/115 kV, 300*4 MVA. NGCP name: Las Piñas Substation)
  • Las Piñas Substation (34.5 kV switching station, formerly 34.5/6.28 step-down substation)
  • Pamplona Substation
Marikina
  • Marikina Substation
  • Fortune Substation (around PMFTC vicinity in barangay Fortune)
Muntinlupa

Unless noted in parentheses, substations here are 115/34.5 kV distribution type. Indoor substations using gas-insulated switchgear are noted with "(GIS)".

  • Gardner Substation
  • Ayala Alabang Substation (GIS)
  • Filinvest Substation (GIS)
Laguna

Indoor substations using gas-insulated switchgear are noted with "(GIS)". Industrial-use only substations are marked with "Industrial"

  • San Pedro Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Balibago Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Asia Brewery Substation (industrial only)
  • LIIP Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Laguna Technopark Substation (230/115 kV step-down and 115/34.5 kV industrial)
  • Laguna Bel-air Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • LISP 1 Substation (115/34.5 kV, industrial only)
  • Canlubang Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • LISP 2 Substation (115/34.5 kV, industrial only)
  • CPIP Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • CIP2 Substation (115/13.8 kV, industrial only)
  • Los Baños Substation (115/13.8 kV)
  • Dila Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Calauan Substation (230 kV step-down)
  • Santa Cruz Substation (69-34.5/13.8 kV. 34.5 kV connection only used for contingency scenarios.)
  • San Pablo Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • San Pablo 2 Substation (34.5/6.28 kV, all feeders retired or converted to 34.5 kV)
Cavite

Voltage of distribution substations are all indicated because of two distribution voltages used within the province.

  • Bacoor Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Imus Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Dasmariñas Substation (115-34.5/13.8 kV)
  • NGCP Dasmariñas Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • FCIE Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Silang Substation (115/13.8 kV)
  • Tagaytay Substation (115/13.8 kV)
  • Tagaytay West Substation (115/13.8 kV)
  • Amadeo Substation (230/115 kV)
  • General Mariano Alvarez (GMA) Substation (115 kV)
Batangas
  • FPIP Substation (115/34.5 kV)
  • Bolbok Substation (69/13.8 kV, 15*2 MVA)
  • Batangas City Substation (69/13.8 kV, 20*2 MVA)

Shared with NGCP

  • Balintawak Substation (NGCP name: Quezon Substation)
  • Dolores Substation (NGCP name: Taytay Substation)
  • Dasmariñas Substation (500 kV step-down substation)
  • Las Piñas Substation

Ilocos Sur Electric Cooperative (ISECO)

  • Narvacan Substation

La Union Electric Cooperative (LUELCO)

  • Damortis Substation
  • Naguilian Substation

Cagayan I Electric Cooperative (CAGELCO-I)

  • Alcala Substation

Isabela I Electric Cooperative

  • Alicia Substation

Tarlac 1 Electric Cooperative

  • Gerona Substation

Pampanga 2 Electric Cooperative (PELCO-I)

  • Guagua Substation

Peninsula Electric Cooperative (PENELCO)

  • Orion Substation
  • Alasasin Substation
  • Hermosa Substation (not to be confused with the NGCP substation that is located at Olongapo-Gapan Road, Hermosa, Bataan)
  • Orani Substation
  • Limay Substation (not to be confused with the NGCP substation that is located at National Road, Limay, Bataan)
  • Samal Substation
  • Bagac Substation
  • Pilar Substation

Batangas I Electric Cooperative (BATELEC-I)

  • Lemery Substation
  • Calaca Substation (inside BATELEC-I main office grounds)
  • Balayan Substation
  • Nasugbu Substation
  • Natipuan Substation

To be mapped

  • Calatagan Substation
  • Taal Substation

Batangas II Electric Cooperative (BATELEC-II)

  • San Jose Substation (20 MVA)
  • Santo Toribio Substation (20 MVA)
  • Malvar Substation (15 MVA)
  • San Juan Substation
  • Cuenca Substation (15 MVA)
  • Lipa Substation (40 MVA)

Not yet mapped

  • Taysan Substation
  • Padre Garcia Substation
  • Rosario Substation
  • Namunga Substation (20 MVA)
  • Tanauan Substation (10*2 MVA)

Other distribution companies

  • Currimao Substation (Ilocos Norte Electric Cooperative/INEC-owned)
  • Clark Substation (owned by Clark Electric Distribution Company)