SMEC Philippines is undertaking a feasibility study on the proposed power generation and distribution system in the municipality of San Vicente.
SMEC Philippines is undertaking a feasibility study on the proposed power generation and distribution system in the municipality of San Vicente, located on the north-western side of the main island of Palawan, Philippines. San Vicente boasts a 14.7km long shoreline and is a flagship Tourism Enterprise Zone in the Philippines, designated by the Tourism Enterprise Zone and Infrastructure Authority.
The aim of the study is to assess the technical, financial, socio-political, legal and institutional factors that could impact the development and implementation of San Vicente’s power generation and distribution system. SMEC will also assess power generation and distribution studies, development and implementation options, and the commercial impacts of recommended project options.
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