Power lines affected by Typhoon Ompong


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Power lines affected by Typhoon Ompong
Restoration of power lines is underway after the exit of Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhut) from the Philippine Area of Responsibility

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MANILA, Philippines – Aside from strong winds and heavy rains, towns ravaged by Typhoon Ompong (Mangkhutexperienced power outages.


According to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), the following lines remain unavailable as of Thursday, September 20:

Cagayan Electric Cooperative Incorporated (Cagelco)

Magapit-Sta Ana 69kV Line
September 14, 10:49 pm

Tuguegarao-Magapit 69kV Line
September 14, 10:56 pm

Magapit-Camalaniugan 69kV Line
September 14, 10:56 pm

To speed up the restoration of the 3 remaining unavailable transmission lines, the NGCP said it tapped an additional 75 skilled workers. These workers will help 22 teams “from all over Luzon deployed earlier this week.”

The target completion date for all restoration efforts is Monday, September 24.


Meanwhile, the following power lines have been restored: 

Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco)

San Esteban-Bangued 69kV Line
September 16, 1:11 pm

Benguet Electric Cooperative (Beneco)

La Trinidad-Sablan 69kV Line
September 15, 12 pm

La Trinidad-Mankayan-Sagada 69kV Line
September 16, 5:25 pm

Itogon-Ampucao 23kV Line
September 18, 12:37 pm

Cagayan Electric Cooperative Incorporated (Cagelco)

Tuguegarao-Tabuk 69kV Line
September 16, 7:21 pm

Ilocos Sur Electric Cooperative (Iseco)

Bantay-Sto. Domingo 69kV Line
September 15, 4:38 pm

San Esteban-Narvacan 69kV line
September 16, 9:47 am

San Esteban-Candon 69kV Line

September 15, 2:27 pm

Central Pangasinan Electric Cooperative (Cenpelco)

Labrador-Malasiqui 69kV line
September 15, 5:56 pm

Pangasinan Electric Cooperative (Panelco)

Labrador-Bolinao 69kV Line
September 15, 5:02 pm

Isabela Electric Cooperative (Iselco)

Santiago-Cauayan 69kV Line
September 15, 12:38 pm

Gamu-Ilagan-Naguilian-Reina Mercedes-Cauayan 69kV Line
September 15, 6:18 pm

Tuguegarao-Cabagan 69kV Line
September 16, 9:02 pm

La Union Electric Cooperative (Luelco)

Bauang-San Fabian 69kV line
September 15, 6:28 pm

Bacnotan-Bulala 69kV line
September 16, 9:02 am

Quezon Electric Cooperative (Quezelco)

Famy-Comon 69kV Line
September 15, 10:58 am

Bohol Electric Cooperative (Boheco) and Bohol Light Company (BLCI)

Tagbilaran-Garcia 69kV Line
September 15, 10:01 am

Batanes Electric Cooperative (Batanelco)

Sabtang Island diesel power plant
September 16, 8:39 am

Nueva Ecija Electric Cooperative II (Neeco) II

Area 1
Area 2

Aurora Electric Cooperative

Tarlac Electric Cooperative (Tarleco) I

Zambales Electric Cooperative (Zaneco)

Batangas Electric Cooperative (Bateco) II

First Laguna Electric Cooperative (Fleco)


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