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Mactan EnerZone


Mactan Enerzone was incorporated in February 2007 when AboitizLand spun off the power distribution system of its Mactan Export Processing Zone II (MEPZ II) project. The MEPZ II project, which was launched in 1995, was operated by AboitizLand under a BOT agreement with the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Authority (MCIAA). 

Mactan Enerzone sources its power from Green Core Geothermal Incorporated pursuant to its Contract for the Supply of Electric Energy (CSEE). 

Mactan Enerzone serves a total of 43 captive industrial locators, 27 captive commercial locators, and 12 industrial locators under RES, and four industrial locators under GEOP. 

Mactan Enerzone’s total system loss as of year end 2022 was 1.1034%. This included a feeder loss of 0.5164%, which is below the government-mandated feeder loss cap for 2022 of 5.50%. 

As of February 28, 2023, AboitizPower owned a 100% equity interest in Mactan Enerzone.Aboitiz Power Corporation.

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