North Luzon Renewables

Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte

The North Luzon Renewables wind farm, located in the mountainous terrain of Caparispisan, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, has 27 wind turbines spread out across a 625-hectare forest reserve.

The 81 MW wind farm is a joint venture of AC Energy, UPC Philippines, Mitsubishi Corporation’s Diamond Generating Asia Ltd., and the Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure Fund.

Northwind Power

Bangui, Ilocos Norte

The iconic NorthWind wind farm, Southeast Asia’s first ever wind facility, is located in the windswept town of Bangui, Ilocos Norte, Philippines.
The 52 MW wind farm is developed and operated by NorthWind Power Development Corporation, a subsidiary of AC Energy.

Guimaras Wind Corporation


Guimaras Wind is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AC Energy Corporation (ACEN).

Guimaras Wind successfully completed the construction and commissioning of a 54 MW Wind Farm in San Lorenzo, the first wind farm completed in the Visayas, on December 27, 2014.


Bais, Negros Oriental

Monte Solar Energy Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AC Energy. The 18 MW solar farm started full commercial operations in February 2016 and serves the rapidly growing daytime power requirements of Bais, Dumaguete and Cebu.


San Carlos, Negros Occidental

San Carlos Solar Energy (SacaSol) solar farm, the country's first utility-scale solar farm, began construction in September of 2013 and currently delivers over 70 million kW hours to the grid. The project is a joint venture between AC Energy subsidiary Visayas Renewables Corp. and ThomasLloyd Group Plc.


IslaSol II: La Carlota, Negros Occidental
IslaSol III: Manapla, Negros Occidental

Negros Island Solar Power Inc. (IslaSol) is a special purpose vehicle composed of the second and third solar power plants built by clean energy developers, Visayas Renewables Corp. (AC Energy Devco) and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets' PINAI Fund.

Maibarara Geothermal, Inc.


MGI is a joint venture between AC Energy Corporation (25%) (ACEN), PetroGreen Resources Corporation (65%), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PetroEnergy Resources Corporation of the Yuchengco Group, and state-owned PNOC Renewables Corporation (10%). The 20 MW geothermal power plant started its commercial operations on February 8, 2014, while an additional 12 MW came online in 2017.

Upon commencement, Maibarara was declared as the country’s first renewable project under the Renewable Act of 2008.

Corporate Governance Investors