Our Subsidiaries

 NEW Cebu Energy logo Cebu Energy Development Corporation (CEDC) owns and operates a 246 MW clean coal-fired power plant located in Toledo City, Cebu, which started commercial operations on  February 26, 2011. CEDC is a consortium composed of Global Power, Aboitiz Power Corporation, Vivant Energy Corporation, and Formosa Heavy Industries Corporation (FHIC), with the latter as the consortium’s technical partner for engineering, procurement, and construction. The CEDC Plant utilizes the latest Circulating Fluidized Bed (CFB) boiler technology, setting the beginning of a cleaner transitional technology that not only supports the fast-growing economy of Cebu but also addresses the region’s need for improved environmental management.
 NEW Panay Energy logo Panay Energy Development Corporation (PEDC) owns and operates a 167.4 MW clean coal-fired power plant located in Brgy. Ingore, La Paz, Iloilo City, which started commercial operations on March 26, 2011. The PEDC plant is the newest base-load power plant on the Island of Panay that uses the same state-of-the-art clean coal technology of the CEDC Plant. With the emergence of PEDC in the market, it has effectively reduced the cost of electricity and addressed the electric power shortfall in the Visayas region through its supply contracts with seven (7) electric cooperatives under the Panay-Guimaras Power Supply Consortium. The company is currently undertaking the 150 MW PEDC Unit 3 Expansion Project that will supply the growing energy needs of Panay and the rest of the Visayas by 2016.
 NEW Toledo logo Toledo Power Co. (TPC) owns and operates a 63 MW Coal-Fired Power Plant located in Sangi, Toledo City and a 40MW Diesel-Fired Power Plant located in Carmen, Toledo City.  It began as the power generation facility of Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation (ACMDC) in the 1970’s.  In 1994, it was spun-off as a separate company and all interests of ACMDC were transferred and ceded to CMS Generation Company, an American power generation company, ARB Power Ventures, Inc., and Express Holdings, Inc. In 2002, ownership was transferred to Mirant, which later turned over ownership to Mirant Global Corporation in 2003. Under the tutelage of the engineers of CMS Generation Company, and later of Mirant, TPC brings with it more than 30 years of technical expertise following world-class standards.  Last September 19, 2014, TPC had the Switch-On Ceremony of its 83.7 MW TPC1A Expansion Project, which is intended to provide the energy requirements of Carmen Copper’s mining expansion projects.
 NEW Panay Power logo Panay Power Corporation (PPC) owns and operates a 72MW Diesel-Fired Power Plant which supplies power to Iloilo City. It began its commercial operations in 1999. Formerly belonging to First Generation Holdings and First Private Power, PPC brought with it the technical expertise learned from the operations of the Bauang Diesel-Fired Power Plant, a 210 MW Diesel Plant located in Bauang, La Union. In 2003, ownership of the corporation was transferred to Mirant Global Corporation, where the corporation gained from the technical experience and know-how of Mirant.
In 2009, under the management of Global Power, PPC expanded its operations to include a 20MW diesel plant within its compound and a total of 12.5MW installed capacity in Aklan, spread across two sites: 7.5MW in Nabas, and 5MW in New Washington. The Aklan power plants began commercial operations in 2007 to serve the needs of the Municipalities of Nabas and New Washington as well as the Boracay Island.
 NEW GBH Power logo GBH Power Resources, Inc. (GPRI) (formerly Mirant (Philippines) Island Generation Corporation) owns and operates a 7.5MW Diesel-Fired Power Plant in Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro. Built by Mirant, the plant services in part, the power requirements of the province through the Oriental Mindoro Electric Cooperative, Inc. It was officially acquired by GBP in 2003. It has also acquired its Integrated Management System accreditation on 12 January 2010.
 GESC Logo Global Energy Supply Corporation is the licensed Retail Electricity Supplier (RES) and official retail energy arm of GBP. The deregulation of the power Industry has enabled GBP to actively participate in Retail Competition and Open Access (RCOA). GESC trades efficient and reliable energy to qualified customers including electric cooperatives, private utility companies, economic zones, and industrial and commercial end-users.