GMCP now fully operational

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  • Mar T. S.
  • 10 years ago

The lowering of the electricity rates came when the two turbines of GMCP resumed its normal operations after its new turbine underwent months of commissioning, said Bobet Racelis, Jr., Public Relations head of GMCP.

“Normal talaga na kapag bago ang turbine ay ikino kondisyon muna nang medyo matagal,”  Racelis told this writer.  

Some of the benefits of the Province for hosting the GMCP are the cheap electricity rates, free thousands of bags of cement, not to mention the millions of pesos  in realty and income taxes.

These (benefits) requested from the GMCP management by then Governor now 2nd District Congressman Enrique “Tet” Garcia and then Congressman Abet S. Garcia, now the governor, enable consumers to save millions of pesos in electricity bills alone.           

A foreign owned company, the GN power plant was constructed more than three years ago along the coastal barangay of Alas-asin, Mariveles town. Today, GMCP runs two 300 megawatts power plant in Mariveles that supplies PENELCO and  the Luzon grid.

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