- Malitbog Geothermal Power Station
Malitbog Geothermal Power Station is a 232.5 MW geothermal power plant and is the world’s largest geothermal power plant under one roof located in Malitbog, Kanangan, Leyte, Philippines.
Formerly owned and operated by the California Energy under a build-operate-transfer scheme known as CE Luzon. In 2007 it was transferred to PNOC -EDC and in 2009 it was owned and operated privately by the Energy Development Corporation. MGPP is the worlds largest geothermal power plant in terms of power production house in one roof located in Sitio Malitbog, Barangay Tongonan, Kananga, Leyte. The smokey mountains in the eastern parts of Kananga and Ormoc is Leyte's pride home of five major geothermal power plants (former Leyte Geothermal Power Plant of NPC; Upper Mahiao, Malibog and Mahanagdong A and B) and four optimization geothermal power plant (Tongonan, Malitbog, Mahanagdong A and B) all privately owned and operated by the Energy Development Corporation.
- Geothermal power stations in the Philippines
- Southern Leyte
- Renewable power plant stubs
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