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    5x2230 kVA | 10 MW | Mindanao, Philippines

    HIMOINSA supplies on the Philippine island of Mindanao 10 MW to cover surges in power demand and as emergency power in the event of any power outage.
             CASE STUDY | 5x2230 kVA | 10 MW  | Mindanao, Philippines
              


               

    Summary:

               

    Location: Barangay Bit-os, Butuan City (Philippines)

    Installed Power: 5X2230 kVA | 10MW PRP

    Generator sets: 5 HMW-2230 T6 units

    Owner-End user: ANECO: Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc.

    EPC Contractor: Global Power Systems GmbH 

               

    Special Configuration:  Generator sets can run in island mode to supply critical customers, or in parallel with the grid, operating in output mode to supply power for up to 6 hours per day for peaking requirement or 24-hour in emergency situation. The control system of all the generators is managed from a SCADA that communicates with the electrical substation and determines the optimal and most profitable mode of operation at any given time and can be monitored in ANECO headquarter 7-kms away from the power plant.


    10MW to cover surges in power demand on the Philippine island of Mindanao 

               

    This generation plant has also been designed to generate emergency power in the event of any power outage of the Villa Kananga electrical substation in Butuan, north of the island of Mindanao


    The Mindanao region of the Philippines has seen a significant increase in demand for electricity in recent years. This, coupled with its heavy dependence of over 50% on hydroelectric power, has led to frequent power cuts, especially during the driest and warmest months. To prevent power cuts, the Department of Energy has set up a modular programme of generator sets to supply power to the network during peak demand times.

    HIMOINSA has a strong presence in the Philippines through its subsidiary in Asia-Pacific, HIMONSA Asia-Pacific. Via its main distributors in the country, Prime Power Systems, Energetix and MaxPower, the company has executed numerous projects with renowned local developers such as Megaworld, Vista, Ayala or SM.

    On this occasion, HIMOINSA, through Global Power Systems GmbH, has supplied five generator sets in 40-fet containers. Two operation modes are possible for the owner and operator:  

    • In parallel with the grid for 6 hours per day, supplying up to 10MW of power during peak periods, and 
    • In island mode as emergency power supply for the area supplied by Villa Kananga electrical substation.   

    Bruno Reul | Project Management & Development at Global Power Systems 

    The decision to work with HIMOINSA was motivated by a good reactivity of the engineering team in order to customize the solution for our client. We received a full support from HIMOINSA engineering team during engineering and commissioning. Their team in China was really helpful during commissioning of this plant in The Philippines.



    OBJECTIVE

    To guarantee the supply of 10 MW of PRP power to the Mindanao electricity grid for up to 6 hours per day. In addition, the plant must be ready to function on a stand-alone basis, as an emergency power supply for the area in case of a mains failure.

    SOLUTION

    Five HMW-2230 T6 generator sets, which can work in parallel with the grid, supplying up to 100% power. All the Comap IntelliGen generator controllers are connected to the SCADA allowing a remote monitoring of the power plant.

               

    Technical Specifications:

    To allow the generator sets to run in parallel, they have been fitted with Comap InteliGen controllers. All the controllers are managed via a SCADA, which optimises operation of the plant depending on the substation's power demand.

    The generator sets were connected to step-up transformers so they could adapt to the grid voltage. The medium voltage switchgear was installed in a 40 feet-container for simpler logistics. As a result, all the plant's power is concentrated at a single point that is responsible for supplying it to the grid.

    Stand-Alone Operation. If the substation experiences a malfunction or breakdown, the power plant can switch from parallel to stand-alone operation to supply up to 3MW of emergency power to the hospital, while any damage to the substation is repaired. 

    Medium voltage switchgear 



    Comap InteliGen Control panel

    SCADA with InteliTouch touchscreen

    Transformer



     
     

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