Nepomuceno-owned renewable energy firm Raslag Corp. (RASLAG) plans to expand its solar power generation capacity to 250 megawatts (MW) in the next 10 years from 23.14 MW.
RASLAG has lined up the expansion of three solar projects in Mexico, Pampanga that wants to complete within five years due to the growing demand for renewable energy, domestic economic expansion, and a global trend toward sustainability,.
The company said it is nearing the completion of its 18.011 MW RASLAG-3 solar power plant, which is set for commercial operations by May.
This will nearly double RASLAG’s generation capacity this year.
The company also began work on he development of the 35.2-MW RASLAG-4 solar power plant and acquired the site for the 60-MW RASLAG-5 Solar Power Plant.
“Within the next 10 years, RASLAG plans to further develop its project pipeline with the aim of scaling up its generation capacity by more than 10-fold to 250 MW,” the company said in a statement.