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Alsons aids stranded residents of Siayan

The Alsons Power Group’s Sindangan Zambo-River Power Corporation provided essential food items to more than 70 returning residents of the municipality of Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte who had until recently been stranded in Metro Manila and other parts of the country. 

AID FOR STRANDED PERSONS. Alsons Power Group’s Sindangan Zambo-River Power Corporation (SZPC) provides essential food items to more than 70 returning residents of the municipality of Siayan, Zamboanga del Norte Siayan Mayor Joesecor S. Gepolongca (7th the right) receives the goods—100 25-kilo sacks of rice, around 2,000 assorted canned goods, and other food items—from SZPC employees led by Community Relations head Llewellyn R. Lisondra (7th from left).
In a statement, SZPC said it was developing a 22 mega-watt hydro power project along the Sindangan River, divided into a 15 MW run of river hydroelectric power plant in the Municipality of Siayan and another 7 MW plant in the Municipality of Dumingag. 

The project is expected to begin construction in 2021 and begin operations in 2023. Siayan Municipal Mayor Joesecor Gepolongca received the goods consisting of 100 25kg. sacks of rice, around 2000 assorted canned goods, and other food items from SZPC employees led by Community Relations head Llewellyn Lisondra.

Alsons Power- Mindanao’s first private sector power generator plans to develop at least seven more run of river hydro power facilities in different parts of Mindanao and Negros Occidental. 

The group currently operates four power facilities in Mindanao with a total generating capacity of 468 MW serving over eight million people in 14 cities and 11 provinces.

Topics: Alsons Power Group , Zamboanga del Norte , Zambo-River Power Corporation , Metro Manila , Llewellyn Lisondra
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