The Makiling-Banahaw (Mak-Ban) Geothermal Power Plant is located at Calauan , Laguna, Philippines. It has 10 units with a design capacity of MWe. AP Renewables, Inc. (APRI), one of the leading geothermal energy producers in the country, delivers clean and renewable baseload power with the two facilities . Enhance the efficiency and reliability of the power generation facilities by repair/ replacement of the existing facilities of Mak-ban Geothermal Power Plant in the.

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Well, if you want to visit a geothermal power plant and you find Albay too far, the nearest one to Metro Manila powee the Mak-Ban Geothermal Power Plant located primarily in Bay, Laguna and with facilities also in neighboring Sto. Tomas, Batangas and Calauan, Laguna. The name Mak-Ban comes from the two dormant volcanoes nearby: Makiling and Banahaw, though the plabt plant is much, more closer to Makiling than it is to Banahaw.

According to this very technical article from the National Geothermal Association of the Philippines, Mak-Ban harnesses the geothermal energy located in the Bulalo Field, which is associated with Mt. Olilia, two smaller peaks located on the southeast flank of Mt. Bulalo can be seen on this map while Mt Olilia is the smaller peak to the southwest of Bulalo. Mak-Ban all in all has 6 plants: The satellite image thumbnail shows the largest facility of the power plant and where the transmission lines originate from.

By panning around in Google Maps, you should be able to see the other plants and facilities scattered elsewhere. The power plant was poaer commissioned in and used to be under the Napocor. But because of the power generation assets privatization effort of the government, Mak-Ban and Tiwi were both auctioned off as a single package in Aboitiz is in charge of the power generation, while the supplied steam generation is under Chevron Geothermal Philippines Holdings, Inc.

Basically, Chevron is in charge of the drilling and the steam while Aboitiz uses geothetmal steam for the turbines that power the electricity generators.


Want to read more articles like this in the future? Powered by Google FeedBurner. Culanculan wrote on July 16, Linga wrote on August 8, I want makbaan know if there is any vacancy right now in their company.

I hope for your reply asap… thank you very much.

Beltran wrote on August 15, Aimee wrote on January 3, Arnold Tarrobago wrote on February 6, Raquel Abutin wrote on February 10, We have visitors from our affiliate from Indonesia. In relation to this, we are seeking permission from your good office to allow us to have short company visit to Mak-Ban or any of your other similar plant.

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Hoping this request will merit your favorable response. Maria Athena Gallivo wrote on April 26, Jozen Cantal wrote on June 14, Hi, i;m an electrical student from de la salle lipa, i just want to ask if what we must do to have a fieldtrip here. Is there any email address or contact number? We just need it for our course. Joy Lingatong wrote on July 28, To the management of Mak-Ban Power Plant: I would like to know the contact information of your good office.

We would like to know if we can visit the geothermal plant. Hi can i know the contact number of geothermal power plant. Lyn Eres wrote on February 13, Kevin Arevalo wrote on February 15, De Lara wrote on February 28, Perez wrote on September 1, What should we do to conduct a field trip on your plant?. What are the requirements that we need to submit?. Carl Kevin Tabula wrote on February 9, Hi, Im a Mechanical Engineering student from Technological Institute of the Philippines Cubao, I just want to ask if what we must do to have a plant visit here.

Jae wrote on December 1, Hoping for your reply as soon as possible. Quijano, John Lorenz I. Good day, I am a mechanical engineering student from Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation-Lucena City. I just want to ask if you are accepting applicants for OJTif yes what are the requirements?

Here is my contact number and email add: Thank you for your consideration. I am one of those enthusiastic, not only as an environmentalist but also an owner of the sole manufacturer of the PU Pig in Taiwan.


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If you have it too, how do geotyermal treat it in Philippines? Allan fule wrote on January 15, To the hr Manager: I am a mechanical engineering student from Palawan state geothedmal ,Palawan. I just want to ask if you are accepting applicant for OJT ,if yes what are p,ant requirements? Jomer Badua wrote on August 14, I want to visit in your site personally to meet the key person who will lead my purpose. All your concerns,questions and quiries will be forwarded to me. Im hoping that you will be replied as soonest of possible time.

Thank you and God bless. Regards Jomer Sales Executive. Good day po ask ko lang po kung pwedw po ba mag conduct ng field trips dyan po sa inyo. Ask narin po yung contact nyo po salamat po. JP Castro wrote on September 1, Ako po ay isang Mechanical Engineering student.

Nais ko pong makahingi ng contact details ng Mak-Ban Geothermal powerplant. Nais po kasi naming mag-conduct ng Plant Visit sa Mak-Ban geothermal powerplant sa darating na Oktubre.

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Melvin wrote on December 12, Nais po kasi naming mag-conduct ng Plant Visit sa Mak-Ban geothermal powerplant. Vista Pinas is makvan weblog that features Filipino sights as seen from publicly-available satellite imagery.

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