Subic EnerZone celebrates "Christmas In Our Hearts"December 7, 2006
WITH the theme "Christmas In Our Hearts", Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) celebrates its 2006 Christmas party at the SEZ administration building, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, December 8.
Subic EnerZone improves Maritan SubstationNovember 16, 2006
To provide simplicity, flexibility, and reliability of electric supply for Subic Techno Park, Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) improved its 27.5 MVA Maritan Substation.
Formerly known as “Eco-Asia Substation”, it supplies electric power for one of the biggest industrial areas in the freeport zone. The project's main objective is to simplify the existing feeder configuration of the switching station at Building 1800 and to transfer these feeders to the Maritan Substation take-off structures.
SEZ server now on-line with DLPCNovember 16, 2006
After a series of long meetings, finally the plan to connect SEZ's database with DLPC was realized last July 9.
Working hand-in-hand with their DLPC counterparts, SEZ is now directly connected with them and is enjoying the same services and support as our other sister company Cotabato Light & Power Company (CLPC).
Aboitiz power firms assist in Meralco power restorationOctober 16, 2006
Davao Light and Power Company (DLPC), Visayan Electric Company (VECO), and Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) were among the private utilities and electric cooperatives that recently volunteered to help out the Manila Electric Company (Meralco) restore electricity service in its franchise area.
SEZ launches Sodalite/AboitizOctober 16, 2006
To further enhance the electronic mail communication within the company, Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) launched its own internet Lotus notes mail server, Sodalite/Aboitiz.
VECO assists Meralco restore power linesOctober 3, 2006
Typhoon Milenyo has caused widespread destruction, including destroyed power lines in Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon. To assist in the rehabilitation efforts, Visayan Electric Co. Inc. (Veco) has sent to Manila a six-man team of linemen, called a gang, to help the Manila Electric Co. (Meralco) in the herculean task of restoring power as soon as possible. The gang is equipped with insulated aerial platform, hotline tools and equipment and other materials needed for live line works. The aerial platform is capable of reaching heights of up to 60 feet. The linemen are expected to assist the Meralco linemen in the next two weeks.
Subic EnerZone system loss drops to 5.5%, power rates reducedSeptember 8, 2006
Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) continues to raise its level of efficiency as it further dropped its system loss to 5.5%, one of the lowest among power utilities in the country today. Customers and locators of the Subic Bay Freeport Zone are now enjoying an additional P0.22 power rate reduction per kilowatt-hour (kwhr) of electricity consumption. This brings the total power reduction to P0.62 per kwhr as of August 2006.
Carbon credits key to Ambuklao and Binga upgradesJune 20, 2006
SN Aboitiz Power-Benguet, Inc. (SNAPB), the winning bidder for the Ambuklao and Binga hydropower plants located in Benguet province, is now preparing for the financial close of the asset sale transaction with the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) and the subsequent turnover of the plants to the company. SNAPB will assume operations of the plants right after the turnover scheduled for July 3, 2008.
NMHC’S Bakun mini hydros to be ISO-certifiedDecember 11, 2005
Certification International Philippines (CIP) recently announced that it will award Hydro Electric Development Corporation (Hedcor) and Northern Mini Hydro Corporation (NMHC) an Integrated Management System (IMS) Certificate following a successful two-stage audit that ended in December.
Subic EnerZone marks 2nd anniversary, inaugurates facilitiesNovember 9, 2005
Subic EnerZone Corporation (SEZ) customers may expect a further reduction in systems losses and even more savings at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ), said Erramon Aboitiz, SEZ chairman and chief operating officer of Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV). SEZ is a consortium composed of AEV, Davao Light & Power Company (DLPC), Mirant Philippines and San Fernando Electric Light & Power Company (SFELAPCO).