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CORPORATE PROFILE

The National Transmission Corporation (TransCo) is a government agency created under Republic Act No. 9136, otherwise known as the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001

Since March 1, 2003, TransCo operated and managed the power transmission system that links power plants to the electric distribution utilities nationwide. The same law mandated the privatization of TransCo through an outright sale or management concession agreement.

Following a public bidding conducted in December 2007, the TransCo concession was awarded to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), which eventually secured a congressional franchise to operate the transmission network through Republic Act No. 9511.

On January 15, 2009, TransCo turned over the management and operation of its nationwide transmission system to NGCP. Ownership of all transmission assets however, remains with TransCo.

As owner of the transmission assets, the new TransCo is mandated with five key responsibilities:

  • Protect national government's interests by ensuring NGCP's compliance with the terms and conditions of the Concession Agreement and the policies of the Department of Energy;
  • Handle all existing cases, including right-of-way and claims which accrued prior to the turnover date;
  • Divest remaining sub-transmission assets to technically and financially qualified electric distributors nationwide; and
  • Undertake the operation, maintenance, consultancy and other technical services for the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA).
  • Administer the Feed-in-Tariff Allowance Fund for renewable energy generators.

MANDATES

As owner of the transmision assets, the new TransCo is mandated with five key responsibilities:

  • Protect national government's interests by ensuring NGCP's compliance with the terms and conditions of the Concession Agreement and the policies of the Department of Energy;
  • Handle all existing cases, including right-of-way and claims which accrued prior to the turnover date (January 15, 2009);
  • Divest remaining sub-transmission assets to technically and financially qualified electric distributors nationwide, and;
  • Undertake the operation, maintenance, consultancy and other technical services for the Baguio City Economic Zone and Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan.
  • Administer the Feed-In-Tariff Allowance Fund for renewable energy generators.

MISSION

We actively promote national development
and protect the interest of the Filipino People
by ensuring an adequate and reliable transmission system
that delivers quality electricity
at a globally-competitive price.

VISION

We envision TransCo
to be a globally-recognized leader and innovator in the power sector,
exemplifying the highest levels of excellence, professionalism, and integrity.

We shall maximize the utilization and value government assets,
and provide diversified public services to satisfied stakeholders.

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TABLE OF ORGANIZATION

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CARLOS "Sonny" G. DOMINGUEZ
Secretary
Department of Finance
Chairman

ALFONSO G.CUSI
Secretary
Department of Energy

ROY A. CIMATU
Secretary
Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Dr. ROWENA CRISTINA L. GUEVARA
President & CEO

Dir. JOSE O. ILAGAN
Representative for Luzon

Dir. ALAN P. TANJUAKIO
Representative for Visayas

Atty. JOSEPHINE CASSANDRA J. CUI
Representative for Mindanao

Atty. EDGARDO L. PADILLA
Corporate Secretary and Compliance Officer
National Transmission Corporation

KEY OFFICIALS

Dr. ROWENA CRISTINA L. GUEVARA
President & CEO

Atty. NOEL Z. DE LEON
Vice President - General Counsel, Right-of-Way and Legal Group

DINNA O. DIZON
Vice President, Transmission Management Group

MARIA THERESA L. LARANANG
Vice President, Resource Management Services Group

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION