Our Company

  • History
  • Mission and Vision
  • Organizational Chart
  • Plant Specification
  • Message from the CEO

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President and CEO



Yoon, Jong Ryoon (2018-Present)


Chang Yong

Cho, Chang Yong (2013-2018)


Bong Joo

Choi, Bong Joo (2012-2013)


Vice-President and
Plant Manager


Tae Ho

Kim, Tae Ho (2019-Present)


Hee Young

Park, Hee Young (2015-2019)


Sang Kook

Lee, Sang Kook (2012-2015)


Jong Woo

Moon, Jong Woo (2009-2013)


Byung Ill

Choi, Byung-Ill (2007-2009)


The cooperation between the Philippines and Korea dates back to the 1950s when Filipino soldiers fought side by side with the Koreans in their joint struggle for freedom and democracy. The long relationships of the Philippines and Korea have prompted Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), a globally competitive and leading electric provider in South Korea, to respond to the Philippine Government’s call to develop and utilize the country’s indigenous resources, and augment its power supply.

KEPCO Philippines Holdings, Inc. (KPHI) took on the construction of the 200 MW Circulation Fluidized Bed Combustion (CFBC) Power Plant in the City of Naga, Cebu. The 200MW Cebu CFBC Power Plant consists of two 100MW units.

The project was implemented by KEPCO SPC, a joint venture of KEPCO Philippines and SPC Power Corporation under a Build-Operate-Own (BOO) scheme. KEPCO SPC Power Corporation (KEPCO SPC) was registered with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on June 22, 2005.

The project is conceptualized under the scheme of a merchant power plant, characterized by the execution of power sale contracts (PSCs) with distribution utilities and electric cooperatives, instead of power purchase agreements with the government. Under the concept, the generating company is responsible for the whole construction, operation and maintenance of the plant, including fuel supply, among others, without any Philippine government guarantees.

On May 8, 2008, the Company was registered with the Board of Investments as a new operator of 200 MW Coal Fired Power Plant on a preferred pioneer status under Executive Order No. 226, otherwise known as the Omnibus Investments Code of 1987. 

The Power Plant started commercial operations of Unit 1 and Unit 2 on February 21 and May 25, 2011, respectively. The Company is also a member of the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) and participates as a generator beginning February 28, 2011 and May 31, 2011, for Unit 1 and Unit 2, respectively.

On October 18, 2016, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) granted the Company a license to operate as a Retail Electricity Supplier (RES).



To be the leading energy company in the Philippines.



We provide quality, reliable and environment friendly energy at best value to the customer. We contribute to Philippines Society by enhancing the Energy Sector and Promoting Sustainable Community Development.

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Mr. Lee, Dalhun
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 110


Mr. Kim, Tae Ho
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 130


Senior Manager: Mr. Cho, Kyuchil
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 200

The P&F Department manages the organization’s budgeting and accounting system. It also handles financial analysis including financial model update and evaluation of company target performance.


Senior Manager: Mr. Choi, Sungtaek
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 210

The HR&GA Department handles all HR processes including recruitment, performance management, and training & development. It also facilitates the organization’s internal events and programs as well as liaise with external agencies to ensure compliance with statutory requirements for local employees and expatriates.


Vice President: Mr. Kim, Youngrak
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 140


Senior Manager: Ms. Jeon, Sungnam
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 140

The Marketing Department manages the power sales contracts with customers and conducts customer relation activities. It also handles the retail electricity supply contracts and trading in the spot market.


Senior Manager: Ms. Lee, Yesil
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 230

The Contracts Department manages the procurement of materials and services including the importation of equipments. It also manages the scheduling of fuel delivery and fuel stock.


Senior Manager: Ms. Conales, Christie Anne
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 310

The Community Relations Department implements the company’s social development plan and corporate social responsibility program. It undertakes several community aid activities to host communities and other stakeholders.


Senior Manager: Mr. Lee, Sukwoo
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 160

The Turbine department manages the maintenance of the turbine and its auxiliary equipment. It also handles the maintenance of the fire fighting line and mechanical accessories.


Senior Manager: Mr. Ji, Yongseok
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 150

The Boiler department manages the maintenance of the Boiler including its auxiliary parts. It also handles the ash disposal system and limestone supply system.


Senior Manager: Ms. Eom, Insil
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 340

The Electrical department handles the maintenance of major electrical systems including the power generators and power transformers among others. It is also responsible for the maintenance of the elevators, fire alarm and detection system and related sensors.


Senior Manager: Mr. Kim, Chang Hwan
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 350

The I&C department is concerned with the maintenance of plant controllers and plant field instruments including process sensors and transmitters. It also handles the maintenance of the plant’s human interface system.


Senior Manager: Mr. Kim, Byungho
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 360

The Operations department manages the power plant including commissioning operation after completion of overhauls. It also manages outages whether scheduled or unscheduled.


Senior Manager: Ms. Eom, Insil
Telephone #: (032) 505-4065/70-71 Local 340

The E&C department manages the quality of process water and live stream at its most acceptable quality and purity ensuring highest plant performance efficiency by outlining best practices during plant normal operation.

technical info







The KEPCO SPC Power Corporation coal-fired power plant is located in the City of Naga, Cebu. It consists of two 103MW units that started its commercial operations last February and May 2011.

The plant utilizes the latest Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion (CFBC) Technology, a clean coal technology proven globally to be compliant with stringent environmental laws such as the Philippine Clean Air Act and the World Bank standards. Emissions from facilities using this globally accepted technology have been proven – by over 1,300 CFBC units operating around the world – to be very well within the limitations set by the Clean Air Act. The injection of limestone into the combustor significantly reduces sulfur (SOx) emission while formation of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions is reduced, if not eliminated, due to low combustion temperature of 850-900 °C.


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Our warmest greetings to all of you!

In 2005, the Visayas region of the Philippines faced an imminent power shortage due to the increasing demand for electricity brought about by the growing economy and the aging of existing power plants in the region. We, at KEPCO SPC, prompted the Philippines’ call for investments in its power generation sector by undertaking the construction of the 200 MW Power Plant in the City of Naga, Cebu. By 2011, the Power Plant was in commercial operation and from then on we have experienced exceptional growth throughout the years.
Our Power Plant has been consistently performing at high availabilities with an average of 91%, reflecting our dedication to serve the power needs of the Visayas region. High Availability achievement of our Power Plant is made possible with the implementation and utilization of Preventive Maintenance activities, Planned Maintenance program, Management Strategies, and global technical support system by the KEPCO Group.
Our team consists of leaders and individuals who are professionals in their fields, motivated and driven with passion. Our collective talents ensure that we are ready to take on new challenges while maintaining sustainability of the enterprise and the community.
Moving forward, we intend to expand our services to reach more customers with our Retail Electricity Supply business. The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) granted the Company a license to operate as a Retail Electricity Supplier (RES).
As we continue to grow, we will continue to strengthen our commitment to environmental responsibility through effective environmental management with the use of cutting edge pollution control technologies and multipartite monitoring team activities. We will pursue projects that have long-term benefits in the lives of beneficiaries in the communities we serve.
Our gratitude goes out to our customers, business partners, suppliers and communities for their continued partnership, trust and support. We, in KEPCO SPC, will continue to exert our utmost power to fuel your dreams for a better future in the Philippines. We will go forward together.
Power your dreams with KEPCO SPC.
Yoon, Jong Ryoon
President & CEO