Construction is steadily proceeding at the Alsons Power group’s 14.5 mega-watt (MW) ₱ 4.5 billion run- of- river hydroelectric power plant at the Siguil River basin in Maasim, Sarangani Province. The Siguil Hydro plant will be a source of renewable power to key areas of Mindanao.

This photo shows ongoing work on a 786-meter tunnel to complete a 21.6-kilometer headrace or waterway that will convey water from the Siguil River and control water pressure to power the plant’s turbine and generator.
This photo shows ongoing work on the plant’s powerhouse that will contain the hydropower turbine and generator set which will produce electricity using water from the Siguil River. It will also house the power facility’s control Room and offices for administration, operations and maintenance.

Alsons Power- Mindanao’s firs 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 8 million people in 14 cities and 11 provinces.