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Disclaimer The Transmission Development Plan (TDP): Volume III: Part 1 (System Operations) was prepared and published solely for information purposes. While System Operations (SO)/NGCP, to the best of its knowledge, has used the most accurate data available, and has used utmost prudence in the use of this information, nothing in this document can be or should be taken as a recommendation in respect of any possible investment or business decision. This document does not claim to contain all the information that a prospective investor, grid user or potential participant to the electricity market, or any other person or interested parties may require for making decisions. In preparing this document it is not possible nor is it intended for SO/NGCP to have considered the investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs of each person who uses this document. In all cases, anyone proposing to rely on or use the information in this document should independently verify and check the accuracy, completeness, reliability and suitability of that information and the reports and other information relied on by SO/NGCP in preparing this document, and should obtain independent and specific advice from appropriate experts. In the same manner, SO/NGCP does not make representations or warranty as to the accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for particular purposes of the information in this document. Persons reading or using this document acknowledge that SO/NGCP and/or its employees shall have no liability (including liability to any person by reason of negligence or negligent misstatement) for any statements, opinions, information or matter (expressed or implied) arising out of, contained in or derived from, or for any omissions from, the information in this document, except insofar as liability under any statute of the Republic of the Philippines cannot be excluded.

Foreword This plan is System Operations (SO) roadmap in participation to transmission development of NGCP required to meet the objectives of its task: to operate and maintain the power transmission grid of the country. This plan was envisioned in order to support the sustenance of the existing infrastructures, facilities, systems and equipment which are under the responsibility of SO. As a commitment for ensuring a reliable, efficient, economical and quality operation of the transmission Grid, NGCP will be investing to upgrade, expand and replace existing infrastructures, facilities, systems and equipment. These upgrading, expansion and replacement initiatives are expected to enhance system and equipment performance and ensure the reliability, security and quality of transmission service in the country. This edition of the TDP Volume III will be released by System Operations (SO) and Metering Services Group. Part 1 will cover planned and developed capital expenditures relating to System Operations. Part 2 will cover capital expenditures relating to Metering Services.

Chapter.01 Preliminaries
About System Operations
System Operations (SO) functions, as the System Operator of NGCPs power transmission grid involve the management and operation of various power sources and transmission facilities. To carry out this function, SO is responsible in dispatching the proper loading of generating plants and dispatching transmission lines in order to achieve a secure and reliable power system. It also determines the appropriate configuration of the existing transmission network and other related transmission facilities at all times. This function covers the three major regions of the Philippines, namely Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. In order to undertake the above services, SO operates and manages various facilities, infrastructure, systems and equipment strategically located in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao which include among others: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. National Control Center, Regional Control Centers and Area Control Centers. Telecommunication network infrastructure. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems and equipment. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure. Network Protection systems and equipment.

For business management purposes, SOs obligations can be grouped into several key service areas described as follows: 1. System operations dispatching generation and managing the transmission system. 2. Power quality - providing the appropriate and acceptable level of quality electricity service in accordance with the requirements set forth in Grid Code. 3. Grid reliability - ensure a secured and reliable transmission network, reliable infrastructure and efficient system and equipment. 4. Market operations support - providing data, information and other support required by Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (WESM) operations. 5. Maintenance and technical support - providing corrective and preventive maintenance services, operations planning and technical services. Structure of the TDP Volume III The 2010 TDP Volume III consists of two (2) parts. Part 1 contains the capital expenditure of System Operations while Part 2 contains capital expenditure related to Metering Services. Volume III: Part 1 is consists of development plan of System Operations as explains by several functional disciplines of System Operations, as follows: A. B. C. D. E. Telecommunication SCADA Protection Infrastructure SO Managed Equipment (SOME)

Each of these disciplines provides explanation of the development plans related to its respective capital expenditures:

a. Preface - describes the objectives and credible basis of the development plan. b. System Profile - describes the existing system profile by discussing and assessing the inventory, status and conditions of systems and equipment. It also presents the current problems and issues. c. Requirement Analysis - discusses the additional requirements from various aspects that affect the systems and equipment. d. Planning Criteria - explains the capital expenditures drivers on developing these program plans. e. Project Development - provides the discussions on how the capital expenditures were developed and established. The capital expenditures describes in Volume III: Part 1 are totally independent from Volume I and II. These CAPEX projects covers the NGCP's proposed upgrading, rehabilitation, replacement, repair and/or maintenance of SCADA, Telecommunication systems, Infrastructure and System Operations (SO) Management Equipment used in the management of the national transmission and dispatching generation, including support to market operations and arrangement for ancillary services. It covers the plan for the upgrade, rehabilitation and replacement of secondary equipment/system for the planning horizon. It excludes those projects already integrated into the project package contained in Volume I and II for repair and maintenance including budgeting and procurement process of secondary protection system.

A. PREFACE
Most significant among the System Operations (S.O.) assets is the NGCP telecom networkrepresenting over 80% of S.O.s present value (which also includes the SCADA/EMS system, network protection supervisory and test facilities, Grid operations tools and civil infrastructure). NGCPs private telecom network exists to meet operational needs mainly in the absence of responsive public infrastructure around its areas of operation and has proven to be the most secureyet most economical means of servicing various mission-critical applications throughout the lives of its transmission line assets. Among other services, the NGCP telecom network provides communication facilities for line protection, SCADA/EMS, telephony, MIS/office automation and metering and billing applications. Because the pace of development vis--vis geographic peculiarities of the electricity Grids in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao varied significantly, the characteristics of the respective telecom systems and facilities differ appreciably among each other. While Luzons attention is more on establishing and maintaining security of existing links, Mindanao is more concerned on yet putting up almost-the-most-basic communication access among it substations. Visayas, on the other hand, is midwayaiming to interconnect non-contiguous optical segments to build a more reliable backbone. As the open market integrates, the respective characteristics of the telecom networks in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao become more similar as common performance parameters are adopted and the same operating philosophies are shared. The 2010-2019 CAPEX projects identified in this volume reflect this trend as an integrated NGCP telecom network develops over the course of the study period. A.1 Objective Plan telecom network development within the next 10 years to support continuity of Grid operations and associated businesses; Program addition, replacement, reconfiguration and retirement of telecom facilities in line with said network plan but excluding those telecom facilities programmed as complement for new T/L projects outlined in Volume 1.

A.2

Credible Basis Power demand forecast and corporate thrusts defined in Volume 1, consistent with ERC references and guidelines; Philippine Grid Code; ERC-defined asset lives of telecom network elements and pertinent qualifications by NGCP on current applications.

B. SYSTEM PROFILE
B.1 Statistical data B.1.1 Luzon Existing Telecom Facilities In Luzon, the telecom backbone has a general bandwidth of 155 Mb/s (STM1) with a fair number of segments operating at the higher capacity of 622 Mb/s (STM4). A combination of optical paths (embedded along the transmission lines) and microwave radio hops forms the said backbone, which also connects Luzon to Visayas and Mindanao via two (2) routes through Mindoro in the West and via Bicol in the East. Substations and offices which are not located along the backbone route are connected through spur links. Existing microwave radio spur links range in capacity from 8 Mb/s (4E1) to 155 Mb/s (STM1). There are also substationto-substation narrow-band power line carriers (PLC) mainly to carry line protection signaling but which also provide low speed data or voice communication when there are no other costeffective means to deliver such basic services (e.g., when the substation or power plant is located in difficult terrain). Bandwidth is optimized through the use of traffic managers such as the circuit-switched PABX systems (for legacy telephony and modem connections) and routers (for the modern IPbased applications). Operations and maintenance are organized through the use of network management systems and other remote sensing and supervision facilities; performance monitors ensure that the right quality of service is delivered. As an ultimate backup system, S.O. operates and maintains a UHF radio network in Luzon which also serves as mobile dispatch system for O&M in its transmission line maintenance activities. NGCP also maintains telecom infrastructure in the form of the outside plant for the (transmission-line-embedded) optical links and PLCs, telecom antenna towers and radio repeater buildings. Table B.1.1 lists the major elements in the Luzon Grid telecom network indicating their respective conditions against current issues of concern.

Figure B.1.1a Luzon Telecom Network Table B.1.1.a Existing Telecom Facilities, Luzon (Part 1 of 3)
NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK While the SDH radios deployed in the backbone are below the ERC economic life of 15 years, 33% no longer have spare-parts support. Redundancy (1+1) protection is no longer available for some links due to lack of spares. Part of the installed base thus needs to be retired yearly to provide source of spares for the rest. As for the PDH, 47% of those within the ERC 15year life are without spares support and forced retirement needs to be resorted to produce spares. Some PDH spur links are also filled to capacity and must be upgraded to accommodate additional applications through the service access points. Most of the OPGW existing now are the result of retrofitting done during the 2003-concluded NCC Project; henceforth, new T/L's were embedded with optical lines. However, 75% of OPGW links still use flat-ring loops that do not have alternate path protection--OPGW would have to be retrofitted in old T/L's to accelerate provisioning of (1+1) path protection. STM4 OLTE's are used in full-optical SDH loops; where there are (narrower-band) radio-link segments, STM1's are employed. While 79% of OLTE's at this point are still within their natural economic livesaveraging 7 years of age62% no longer have spare parts support. Part of the installed base therefore needs to be replaced every year to provide source of spare parts. PLC's with their associated PSE's are now almost solely used for T/L protection. (PSE's are also used independently for interfacing protection relays with other media such as optical fiber and radio.) While ERC lists PLC economic life as 35 years, we understand that the assessment pertains mainly to outside plant, i.e., wave traps, T/L coupling capacitors, line matching units and cable; further, the practical service life depends on reliability and security of operations performance measures which are significantly affected by degradation of electronics over time. Thus, to sustain performance targets and ensure grid security, service lives of PLC/PSE's are limited to within their peak operating condition.

SDH 15 yrs (ERC)

18 hops

M/W RADIO

PDH

51 hops

12 hops

>24 cores OPGW 50 yrs (ERC) <24 cores

1560 kms

479 kms

STM4 OLTE 8 yrs STM1

34 nodes

18 nodes

8 nodes

PLC

101 links

17 links

PLC/PSE

20 yrs*

PSE

60 links

21 links

OLTE is not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP assessment. * PLC/PSE 20-year economic life pertains to that of terminal equipment only.

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Table B.1.1.b Existing Telecom Facilities, Luzon (Part 2 of 3)


NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK The access multiplexers serve as the service access points to the telecom backbone. Application interfaces should therefore be compatible with current subscriber demand. The 47% of installed base which are beyond economic life cannot meet present IP-application needs and other data-com requirements. Such are beyond upgrade and must be replaced to be responsive to demand up to 2019. Routers are the traffic management nodes for IP traffic. 49% of the router base are beyond economic life and no longer has the benefit of manufacturer support. The present use of CISCO proprietary routing protocol also limits the usefulness of other telecom network elements with built-in routing functions. Over 38% of UHF radios in mobile network repeater systems have exceeded economic life. Not all spare parts are now available in the market and equipment have to be progressively retired to provide source of spare parts for remaining installed base. The UHF radio network is our backup communication facility for gird supervision and control in case the backbone fails; it also serves as the dispatch facility for O&M T/L maintenance activities. Over 77% of the radio equipment have exceeded economic life, necessitating us to program staggered replacement to guard against run-to-failures without spares on hand Around 30% of PABX equipment have exceeded their economic lives; while obsolescence may be addressed by retiring part of the installed base (to source spares), replacements of telephony equipment will be in line with our IP migration program. Telecom equipment depends on reliable DC systems. The 25% of chargers which are beyond the effective service lives should be addressed by a timely replenishment program to avoid traffic downtimes resulting from interrupted power supply systems.

ACCESS MUX

10 yrs

117 nodes

103 nodes

ROUTER

8 yrs

24 nodes

19 nodes

MOBILE NETWORK UHF REPEATERS

12 yrs

19

12

UHF SUBSCRIBER RADIO STATIONS

MOBILE NETWORK 8 yrs POINTTOPOINT

10

PABX

8 yrs

34

14

48VDC POWER SUPPLY/ CHARGER

12 yrs

113

37

Access Mux, Routers, UHF radio, PABX and DC supplies are not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP assessment.

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Table B.1.1.c Existing Telecom Facilities, Luzon (Part 3 of 3)


NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK Replacements for battery banks which have exceeded their respective design lives should be on hand at the instant that measured capacity have degraded below efficiency thresholds. There is an estimated 27% of installed base that should be addressed under this category. Generators are necessary as AC backup systems where there is no substation service backup power as in repeater stations. The 65% over their natural service lives are programmed to be replaced or rehabilitated, depending on the extent of effect of depreciation. Retrofitting works are conducted on existing telecom towers when additional load (i.e., antenna systems) will be installed. Expansion work is required in cases where additional equipment has to be housed on account of network reconfigurations or extensions. NETBOSS is an integrated telecom network management system coordinating the different element managers into a single MMI. Hardware upgrade is necessary to cope with software maintenance and applications development chores. Fault management is done remotely through proprietary element managers which are dependent on manufacturer support for the respective network elements involved. Performance/quality management systems measure and control network conditions that affect quality of service. Our bandwidth manager checks traffic congestion. Online optical fiber monitoring systems are presently installed to determine location of fiber breaks as soon as they occur so that corrective and security measures may be implemented as soon as possible.

48VDC BATTERY BANK

8 yrs

110

41

GENERATOR SET

6 yrs

15

28

INFRASTRUCTURE

50 yrs (ERC)

ANTENN A TOWER REPEATER BLDG.

63

36

INTEGRATED

NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

ELEMENT MANAGERS 5 yrs* QUALITY MANAGERS

REMOTE SENSING

Generators are not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP's. Battery life is based on average design lives of installed battery banks. * Network Management Systems 5-year economic life pertains to that of hardware/electronics only.

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B.1.2 Visayas Existing Telecom Facilities Visayas telecom backbone operates at a bandwidth of 155 Mb/s (STM1). A combination of optical paths (embedded along the transmission lines) and microwave radio hops forms the said backbone, interconnecting the island sub-grids of Leyte, Cebu, Negros, Panay and Bohol. The backbone links Luzon via Panay in the West and via Leyte in the East; Mindanao is connected from Negros through the island of Siquijor at the Southernmost tip of Visayas. Substations and offices which are not located along the backbone route are connected through spur links. Existing microwave radio spur links in Visayas range in capacity from 8 Mb/s (4E1) to 32 Mb/s (E3). There are also substation-to-substation narrow-band power line carriers (PLC) mainly to carry line protection signaling but which also provide low speed data or voice communication when there are no other cost-effective means to deliver such basic services (e.g., when the substation or power plant is located in difficult terrain). Bandwidth is optimized through the use of traffic managers such as the circuit-switched PABX systems (for legacy telephony and modem connections) and routers (for the modern IPbased applications, which now include VOIP and SCADA/EMS communications). Operations and maintenance are organized through the use of network management systems and other remote sensing and supervision facilities; performance monitors ensure that the right quality of service is delivered. NGCP also maintains telecom infrastructure in the form of the outside plant for the (transmission-line-embedded) optical links and PLCs, telecom antenna towers and radio repeater buildings. Table B.1.2 lists the major elements in the Visayas Grid telecom network indicating their respective conditions against current issues of concern.

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Figure B.1.1b Visayas Telecom Network

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Table B.1.2.a Existing Telecom Facilities, Visayas (Part 1 of 3)


NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK While SDH radios deployed in the backbone are below the ERC economic life of 15 years, these have no longer spare-parts support. Redundancy (1+1) protection is not available for some links due to lack of spares. Part of the installed base thus needs to be retired yearly to provide source of spares for the rest. As for the PDH, most of the links are obsolete and under-capacity and need to be replaced. Not all transmission lines have embedded OPGW system. The following HV lines are recommended for installation of OPGW to realize a continuous optical backbone: Talisay-Compostela; TabangoMalitbog, Naga-Sigpit, Sigpit-Talavera, BacolodCadiz, Sta. Barbara - Dingle, Ormoc-Isabel, Tongonan-Isabel. STM4 OLTE's are only used at Talisay-Tabango optical SDH link which completes the Eastern backbone route to Luzon. Throughout the rest of the Visayas backbone, with a combination of optical and radio segments, STM1's are employed. All OLTE's at this point are still within their natural economic livesaveraging 5 years of agebut these equipment no longer have spare parts support. An immediate replacement plan would mitigate disruption of the network from equipment breakdown. PLC's with their associated PSE's are now almost solely used for T/L protection except for sites where there are no other telecom media. PSE's are also used independently for interfacing protection relays with other media (such as optical fiber and radio). While ERC lists their economic life as 35 years, the practical serviceability of the terminal equipment depends on reliability and security of operations significantly affected by degradation of their electronics over time. Thus, to sustain performance targets and ensure grid security, service lives of PLC/PSE's are limited to within their peak operating condition. 30% of PLCs are beyond economic life and with no event recorders (for fault analysis) and another 30% of these PLC's, though still within economic lives, are not Y2K compliant. For PSE's, 58% of these equipment do not have the now-requisite event recorders.

SDH M/W RADIO 15 yrs (ERC) PDH

9 hops

18 hops

7 hops

OPGW

50 yrs (ERC)

>24 cores <24 cores

280 kms 518 kms

STM4 OLTE 8 yrs STM1

2 nodes

14 nodes

PLC

17 links

7 links

PLC/PSE

20 yrs*

PSE

19 links

OLTE is not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP assessment. * PLC/PSE 20-year economic life pertains to that of terminal equipment only.

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Table B.1.2.b Existing Telecom Facilities, Visayas (Part 2 of 3)


NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK The access multiplexers serve as the service access points to the telecom backbone. Some have transport capability and may be configured as SDH (backbone) nodes in the future. Of the primary or access-level multiplexers, about 6% are of the T1 (nonregional) standard, are beyond economic life and considered obsolete; the rest are flexible enough to cater to future requirements. Existing transport-level multiplexers are flexible and can even be upgraded to integrate into the network as optical backbone adddrop terminals (OLTE). Presently, there are 19 CISCO routers in support of Corporate MIS, line protection transient recorders, VoIP and video-con services. The number and size of router equipment shall be dimensioned to support physical separation among the SCADA, network protection and Corporate MIS WAN networks. "Open Systems" routing protocol shall be implemented to optimize functionality of telecom complement and a replenishment program to address obsolescence shall be observed. Circuit-switched (i.e., legacy) PABX systems shall be retained to optimize service lives. Necessary replacements to cover obsolescence and under-capacity shall, as much as possible, be of the IP technology. IP phones will gradually replace analog ones as the necessary (LAN/WAN) distribution infrastructure is put in place. By 2019, legacy PABX equipment still serviceable shall serve as backup. Presently, DC systems are generally configured with only one battery charger and one battery bank. 41.5% of the battery chargers are beyond their economic livesno longer supported by the manufacturer. Because spare parts are no longer available, gradual replacement of these obsolete chargers is necessary to sustain availability. Also, upgrading to redundant (1+1) systems in key stations must be done to improve reliability, especially where security of fault clearance systems is paramount.

PRIMARY

10 nodes

15 nodes

ACCESS MUX

10 yrs TRANSPORT LEVEL 52 nodes

ROUTER

8 yrs

19 nodes

CIRCUITSWITCHED PABX 8 yrs IP-BASED

26 nodes

1 node

2 nodes

48VDC POWER SUPPLY/CHARGER

10 yrs

31

22

Multiplexer, router, PABX and power supply equipment are not included in the ERC asset lives assessmentcalculated economic service lives are based on NGCP's.

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Table B.1.2.c Existing Telecom Facilities, Visayas (Part 3 of 3)


NETWORK ELEMENT ECO. LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK 47.72% of the battery banks are beyond their respective economic lives. Batteries whose capacities are below 80% should be replaced because they are no longer reliable. Monitoring and periodic replacement of battery banks is necessary to maintain continuity of telecom service during commercial AC power interruption. Gen sets provide backup AC during commercial power failures. 95% of these gen sets are beyond service lives and 23% may no longer be repaired in case of breakdown due to off-production of spares. Replacement of these gen sets is necessary to ensure continuous and reliable power supply. Additional gen sets are also required for redundancy at remote repeater sites to improve availability of the radio stations. Periodic repainting of the tower and retightening of bolts is being done to prolong the life span of these structures. Some towers will be retrofitted to accommodate additional load when necessary. Periodic rehab is being done to ensure the security of telecom equipment and to prolong usage of these shelters. Repainting, waterproofing and rehab of dilapidated building structures should be done to maintain the functionality of the buildings. Fault management is done remotely through proprietary element managers which are dependent on manufacturer support for the respective network elements involved. There are element managers for the radios, OLTE, multiplexers and SNMP elements. Performance/quality management systems measure and control network conditions that affect quality of service. The E1 performance monitoring system is one of these. The battery monitoring systems which reports temperature and humidity conditions is aimed at prolonging service lives of expensive stationary battery systems. Surveillance cameras are installed at various microwave radio repeater stations as part of security measures.

48VDC BATTERY BANK

5 yrs

23

21

GENERATOR SET

6 yrs

16

ANTENNA TOWER INFRASTRUCTURE 50 yrs (ERC) REPEATER BLDG.

33

22

ELEMENT MANAGERS

NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

5 yrs*

QUALITY MANAGERS REMOTE SENSING/ SUPERVISION SURVEILLANCE

10

Generators are not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP's. Battery life is based on average design lives of installed battery banks. * Network Management Systems 5-year economic life pertains to that of hardware/electronics only.

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B.1.3 Mindanao Existing Telecom Facilities Mindanaos telecom backbone operates at a capacity of 32 Mb/s (E3). The microwave-radioonly backbone connects to Luzon and Visayas via a radio hop between Iligan and the Visayas island of Siquijor. Substations and offices which are not located along the backbone route are connected through spur links. Existing microwave radio spur links range in capacity from 4 Mb/s (2E1) to 32 Mb/s (E3). There are also substation-to-substation narrow-band power line carriers (PLC) meant to carry line protection signaling but which also provide low speed data and voice communication in the absence of microwave radio spur links. Bandwidth is optimized through the use of traffic managers such as the circuit-switched PABX systems (for legacy telephony and modem connections) and routers (for the modern IPbased applications). Operations and maintenance are organized through the use of a network management system; performance monitors like the LAN/WAN bandwidth manager ensure that the right quality of service is delivered. As an ultimate backup system, S.O. operates and maintains a VHF radio network in Mindanao which also serves as mobile dispatch system for O&M in its transmission line maintenance activities. NGCP also maintains telecom infrastructure in the form of the outside plant for the (transmission-line-embedded) optical links and PLCs, telecom antenna towers and radio repeater buildings. Table B.1.3 lists the major elements in the Mindanao Grid telecom network indicating their respective conditions against current issues of concern.

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FigureB.1.1cMindanaoTelecomNetwork

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Table B.1.3a Existing Telecom Facilities, Mindanao (Part 1 of 2)

NETWORK ELEMENT

ECO. LIFE

CLASS

<E.L.

>E.L.

OUTLOOK While the some of the PDH radios deployed in the backbone are below the ERC economic life of 15 years, 54% no longer have spare-parts support. Redundancy (1+1) protection is no longer available for some links due to lack of spares. Part of the installed base thus needs to be retired yearly to provide source of spares for the rest. PDH spur links are also filled to capacity and must be upgraded to accommodate additional applications through the service access points. Some links which still operate within the government-reallocated 2GHz frequency (for CMTS) must be replaced to avoid interference. With the exception of a few voice and SCADA channels, PLC's with their associated PSE's are now mainly used for T/L protection. (PSE's are also used independently for interfacing protection relays with other media such as optical fiber and radio.) While ERC lists PLC economic life as 35 years, we understand that the assessment pertains mainly to outside plant, i.e., wave traps, T/L coupling capacitors, line matching units and cable; further, the practical service life depends on reliability and security of operations performance measures which are significantly affected by degradation of electronics over time. Thus, to sustain performance targets and ensure grid security, service lives of PLC/PSE's are limited to within their peak operating condition. The access multiplexers serve as the service access points to the telecom backbone. The entire portion of the installed base which are beyond economic life cannot meet present IPapplication needs and other data-com requirements. Such are beyond upgrade and must be replaced to be responsive to demand up to 2019. The routers are the traffic management nodes for IP traffic. Although most of the routers are still within the economic life, 71% of the router base model is already obsolete. The present use of CISCO proprietary routing protocol also limits the usefulness of other telecom network elements with built-in routing functions.

SDH M/W RADIO 15 yrs (ERC)

PDH

26 hops

31 hops

PLC

8 links

34 links

PLC/PSE

20 yrs*

PSE

31 links

41 links

ACCESS MUX

10 yrs

51 nodes

ROUTER

8 yrs

7 nodes

OLTE, Access Mux and Routers are not included in the ERC asset lives assessment--calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP assessment. * PLC/PSE 20-year economic life pertains to that of terminal equipment only.

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TableB.1.3bExistingTelecomFacilities,Mindanao(Part2of2)
NETWORK ELEMENT ECO.LIFE CLASS <E.L. >E.L. OUTLOOK Fordispatch:themostreliableandfastestmeans ofcommunicationintheregion.However,the modeofcommunicationisbroadcasted;hence, thereisnoprivacy.Thisismosteffectiveintimes ofemergencysuchasgridblackout,power restoration&coordinationpurposes.5%ofVHF base/mobileradioarestillof1974technology whiletheremainingareof1994.Mostofthe repeaterradiosareinstalledin1995butstill operatingasofthistime.Mostoftheseradios areoperatingbelowperformanceleveldueto degradationofelectronicparts.Sparesareno longeravailableinthemarket/outofproduction. AmajorcomponentinMindanao'stelecom systemisthetelephonyorvoicecommunication network.Withtheexpansionofthenationwide IPnetworkandthemovetowardsanIPbased telephonysystem,these"legacy"equipment wouldbegraduallyupgradedorreplacedtotake advantageofamoreoptimizedbandwidth utilizationrealizedfromIPtransportsystems. GensetsprovidebackupACpowersupplyduring ACcommercialpowerfailure.Alloftheinstalled gensetsarebeyonditsservicelifeandsparesare alreadyoutofproduction.

VHFRADIOS

7yrs

16

PABX

8yrs

32 nodes

GENERATORSET

6yrs

22

Tobeabletorealizethefulleconomiclivesof antennatowers,constantrepaintingofthetower ANTENNA isnecessary;thiswillalsomaintainthe 53 TOWER distinguishinginternationalorangeandwhite warningcolorsspecifiedbytheAirTransportation Officeauthorities. INFRASTRUCTURE 50yrs (ERC) REPEATER BLDG. 33 Repeaterbuildingsaremainlymadeofconcrete butstilldeterioratewithtime.Sincetheyare mostlyinstalledinelevatedlocations,the buildingsdeterioratefasterduetoconstant exposuretoextremesinweatherconditions. Insectinfestationsalsocauseaccelerated deteriorationofwoodenstructures.Regular maintenanceisnecessarytosustainsatisfactory buildingcondition,ensuringsufficientprotection forthetelecomequipmenthousedtherein. LoneNMSisusedtomanageproprietaryPDH radiosandmultiplexers.Althoughthesystemis stilloperational,thehardwareisalreadyproneto occasionalshutdownsandthesoftwareneedsto beupgradedtoaddresscompatibilityissueswith newerversionsofnetworkelements.

NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

5yrs*

VHF, PABX, power supply, and generators are not included in the ERC asset lives assessment-calculated economic service lives are based on NGCP's. * Network Management Systems 5-year economic life pertains to that of hardware/electronics only.

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C.

REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS

Grid expansion, current business demand, technology direction and the need to replenish equipment to sustain operations are the bases for which we have determined our requirements within the course of the study period 2010-2019.

C.1

Transmission Grid Extension


Telecom requirements as a result of transmission grid extension are addressed through the telecom components of transmission line projects defined in Volume 1. There are, however, deficiencies in existing telecom facilities which were a result of under-programming of the necessary telecom complements in previous or current transmission line expansion projectsthe appropriate adjustments to reverse such deficiencies shall be included as among the requirements in this program. This volume does not include provisions for interconnections of new customers anticipated or notgiven that the program for such customer-specific facilities are governed by a separate mechanics.

C.2

Corporate Business Needs Current business requirements vis--vis the state of pertinent telecom facilities are assessed in the following tables. The telecom elements are further analyzed according to four (4) basic parameters of the service: capacity (or bandwidth), route protection (or security), network reach and traffic management. Table C.2.1a Network Protection Needs versus Telecom System

RESPONSIVENESS OF EXISTING TELECOM SYSTEM BANDWIDTH/ CAPACITY 64 kb/s station-tostation links require minimum bandwidth and occupy the least backbone space; but use of PLC-only to connect some stations preclude of differential protection INADEQUATE ROUTE PROTECTION Multiple routes and media are required to comply with Protection Philosophy NETWORK REACH Tele-protection links are generally put in place as requisite to Grid extension or connection; but there is need for direct optical links for differential relays in line with Protection Philosophy INADEQUATE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT No traffic management is required since pointto-point connection is sensitive to dynamic rerouting

INADEQUATE

GOOD TILL 2019

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Table C.2.1b SCADA/EMS Needs versus Telecom System especially in Mindanaoneed RESPONSIVENESS OF EXISTING TELECOM SYSTEM BANDWIDTH/ CAPACITY Some RTU links still use PLC routes, to set up more backbone links to address bandwidth requirements INADEQUATE ROUTE PROTECTION Need to implement mesh connectivity to increase datacom accessibility and thus ensure data sufficiency NETWORK REACH SCADA extensions are provisioned in programmed Grid expansions as well as in iterconnection of new customers GOOD TILL 2019 TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Need to shift to IPbased traffic management systemshand-inhand with more pervasive use of IP datacoms INADEQUATE

INADEQUATEn

Table C.2.1c Telephony Needs versus Telecom System RESPONSIVENESS OF EXISTING TELECOM SYSTEM BANDWIDTH/ CAPACITY Growth in bandwidth requirements is expected to flatten as use of IP telephony makes more efficient use of backbone capacity ROUTE PROTECTION Because some of the nodesincluding major substations and regulating plantsare connected only to the network by radio spur links or radial optical (flat-ring) connections, path redundancy is not complete INADEQUATE NETWORK REACH As with teleprotection and SCADA, telephony links are standard facilities put in place upon Grid connection TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Need to shift to IPbased traffic management systems (versus circuitswitched PABX systems)to complement migration to IP telephony INADEQUATE

GOOD TILL 2019

GOOD TILL 2019

Table C.2.1d MIS, Office Automation, Billing and Metering Needs versus Telecom System RESPONSIVENESS OF EXISTING TELECOM SYSTEM BANDWIDTH/ CAPACITY Need to increase spur link capacity to ease bottlenecks at service access points (4E1s and 8E1s are not enough) INADEQUATE ROUTE PROTECTION Alternate WAN routes are required to optimize backbone utilization for high bandwidth but lesspriority applications INADEQUATE NETWORK REACH Need to extend IP connectivity for business and automation applications to all stations INADEQUATE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Traffic management functionality is built into transport and access facilities; only lookout is need to replenish end-of-life network elements GOOD TILL 2019

Table C.2.1e O&M Mobile Dispatch Needs versus Telecom System

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RESPONSIVENESS OF EXISTING TELECOM SYSTEM BANDWIDTH/ CAPACITY ROUTE PROTECTION NETWORK REACH TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

O&M dispatch requirements are voice only and use minimal backbone bandwidth as mobile traffic is mostly local GOOD TILL 2019

Duplex traffic are RF broadcast and does not involve multiple routes for protection

There are still significant blind spots in network coverage

GOOD TILL 2019

INADEQUATE

Subscriber base per operation area is low-density class only and does not require special traffic managers or multiplexers GOOD TILL 2019

Following is the applications-versus-requirements responsiveness matrix, summarizing the above assessments. Table C.2.2 Summary: Business Application Needs versus Telecom System

From the above table, our present assessment of the NGCP telecom network is that: (a) (b) (c) (d) bandwidth of the transmission system is insufficient to carry all telecom traffic, path protectioni.e., network securityis significantly inadequate, there is need to extend service access points to some key applications and the shift in the nature transport mechanism (i.e., from TDM to IP) necessitate new traffic management systems to optimize backbone bandwidth. We may assume from the following graph that the capacity of the existing backbone is just enough to meet NGCP applications demand without the need to expand within the next 10 years. (That is: there is no over-capacity in NGCPs backbone.)

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Figure C.2.1 Telecom Demand Analysis, 2010-2019 However, as we have discussed above, bottlenecks in the existing service access pointsi.e., network connections to the plants/substationsprevent remote nodes from optimizing use of the backbone bandwidth. Thus, in ensuring adequacy of capacity of the network to carry applications demand, continuity of the desired bandwidth should be established by providing the appropriately-sized spur links. As much as the need to provide sufficient bandwidth, the need for alternate (1+1) physical paths for important network nodes should also be addressed in establishing a resilient-enough telecom transmission system. In NGCPs SDH network, a general deficiency in this area is manifested in the absence of physical ring protectionmainly because of the need to still retrofit OPGW in old transmission linesintended to prevent traffic loss in case of singlepoint failures (e.g., cut OPGW, power supply outage in a common node). Following is an illustration of a non-protected versus ring or 1+1 protected optical network connection.

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Fig. C.2.2 Non-protected versus Protected Telecom Paths

C.3

Technology Evolution Consideration of the effects of technology trends in programming facilities to meet applications demand is important in our effort to optimize returns by availing of the most efficient technology which will deliver the required services, avoiding early obsolescence, selecting which standards and policies to adopt and determining how to adapt existing processes with the anticipated changes in the business environment. Table C.3 Technology Direction versus Telecom Developmental Plan
TECHNOLOGY DIRECTION TELECOM REQUIREMENTS 2010-2019 MIGRATION TO IP BASED TELEPHONY USE OF IP-BASED SCADA (RTU) DATACOMS DECENTRALIZATION OF PROCESSING AND CONTROL FUNCTIONSUSE OF DISTRIBUTED ARCHITECTURE. MODULARIZATION INTEGRATION OF ROUTING FUNCTIONS IN TELECOM EQUIPMENT. INCORPORATION OF ACCESS PORTS AND MUX FUNCTIONS INTO SDH NODES DESIGN OF POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS LESS DEPENDENT ON COMMERCIAL POWER SERVICE

1. USE OF IP FOR BANDWIDTH EFFICIENCY AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CONVENIENCE 2. DECREASING MANUFACTURING COSTS, THUS CHEAPER COSTS OF REPLACEMENTSTENDENCY FOR FUNCTIONS TO BE OPTIMIZED ACCORDING TO NEAR-TERM NEEDS

3. CONVERGENCE THROUGH STANDARDIZATION

4. CHEAPER COST OF EMPLOYING HYBRID POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS

C.4

Equipment Replacement Determining the optimum point to replace a facility or equipment should be given due consideration in programming plant acquisitions in order to maximize asset service lives. Diligence in regularly assessing the responsiveness of existing facilities against service requirementsvis--vis industry standards as well as market and manufacturing trendsis

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necessary to ensure that future acquisitions are optimized (service lives are maximized and values of features are realized). Table C.4 Equipment Replacement in Telecom Developmental Plan CAUSE FOR REPLACEMENT 1. ECONOMICSCOST OF CONTINUED OWNERSHIP HAS EXCEEDED COST OF REPLACEMENT TELECOM REQUIREMENTS 2010-2019 RETIREMENT OF OBSOLETE MUX AND RADIO EQUIPMENT WHOSE COST OF SPARE PARTS AND/OR UPGRADES ARE TOO EXPENSIVE PHASED REPLACEMENTS OF RADIOS, OLTES AND MUX EQPT. TO PROVIDE SOURCE OF SPARES FOR REMAINING INSTALLED BASE REPLACEMENTS OF PLC/PSES AND POWER SUPPLY COMPONENTS EXCEEDING PROGRAMMED EFFECTIVE (PEAK-PERFORMANCE) SERVICE LIFE REPLACEMENTS/UPGRADES OF M/W RADIO SPUR LINKS THAT ARE BOTTLENECKS IN THE DELIVERY OF BANDWIDTH TO ACCESS POINTS REPLACEMENTS OF ACCESS MUX EQPT. WITHOUT IP APPLICATION PORTS 5. NO CAPABILITY TO ADDRESS STANDARD/PREVALENT PROTOCOLS (TECHNOLOGY OBSOLESCENCE) UPDATE OF TEST EQPT. SUPPORT TO ADDRESS NEW PERVASIVE DATACOM PROTOCOLS AND DIAGNOSTIC/ MEASUREMENT METHODS

2. NO SPARE PARTS SUPPORT

3. SIGNIFICANT DEGRADATION OF PERFORMANCE

4. UNDER-CAPACITY

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D.
D.1 Technology Philosophy Decision to adapt to technology directions should be weighed against impact on core business vis--vis economics. Reliability and security precedes functionality. Adopt open-systems standards in management, traffic processing and interfacing to increase flexibility to technology shifts and changes in organizational models as well as to optimize access to best of breed. Prefer green technology as part of corporate social commitment.

PLANNING CRITERIA
The facilities program meant to meet needs identified in our requirements analysis above shall be governed by the following philosophies and policies consistent with corporate mandate.

D.2

Technology Development Route Network infra shall continue to accommodate and prioritize real-time channels allocated for grid protection signaling. To optimize bandwidth, IP-based traffic management facilities shall be established and switched-circuit traffic managers shall be gradually retired. IP telephony shall be implemented hand-in-hand with the shift in traffic management paradigm to optimize infra utilization.
4 1 SWD

Routing protocol shall be migrated from proprietary to open systems to take advantage of the increasing prevalence of routing functionality in modern telecom facilities. The energy-efficient (and generally cheaper) split-type radio technology shall be adopted where feasible (e.g., for up-to-STM1 radio links) to optimize radio transmitter power, eliminate waveguide-caused problems and minimize dependence on airconditioning requirements (and reduce failure rates resulting from lack thereof). ADM (add-drop-multiplexing) and terminal functionalityas well as application access capabilityshall be incorporated in new SDH nodes to limit failure points and maximize manageability. Policies

D.3

Philippine Grid Code Protection Philosophy Spare Parts Management Policy Government regulatory policies on use of radio frequency spectrum

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Network security policy: physical separation of SCADA and protection networks from admin/MIS network

E. PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Implementation of the facilities plan requires that the most efficient mode and scale of asset acquisition be established as basis for the CAPEX program. Both new projects and replenishments involve planning for service lives of assets according to anticipated optimum generated values from depreciation, with due consideration to established factors of safety. E.1 Guidelines Infrastructure components shall be dimensioned to meet expected growth in requirements up to the end of expected economic lives. Facilities shall be dimensioned according to an 85% fill of expected maximum capacity for contingency. Replacements of operational network components shall be phased such that there is minimum traffic interruption. Turnkey implementation (i.e., through Work Orders) shall be employed where: (1) (2) Projects cannot be carried out using existing resources, or There is a need for technology transfer.

Replenishments/ upgrades of network components that have exceeded economic lives shall be implemented using in-house engineering resources (i.e., shall be procured as GPE) to minimize implementation time and synchronize construction with operational priorities. For purposes of depreciation programming, CAPEX projects shall be classified as: (1) (2) (3) Expansion Upgrade/Rehab : Replacement/Replenishment : New Asset Add Value to Existing Asset : Replace (Depreciated) Asset

E.2

Economic Analysis Purpose: since telecom projects of NGCP are indirectly productive (i.e., with no definitive marketable outputs), economic analysis aims to establish the least-cost option in delivering the required services. Alternatives from which to determine optimum allocation of resources are defined according to the following aspects:

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(1) (2) (3)

Method of project implementationi.e., turnkey or in-house; Means of establishing and sustaining facilitiesi.e., lease or own; Distribution of benefits; e.g., which technology offers the flexibility to accommodate the most applications and satisfy the most operational objectives using shared infrastructure.

E.3

Safety and Security Concerns For maximum security, physically separate networks shall be provided for both teleprotection and SCADA applications. Repeater station security systems shall be reinforced to protect telecom backbone integrity. Long-haul optical links shall preferably employ the use of the more physically-secure transmission line-embedded fibers, such as in OPGW and OPPC, over ADSS (given current experience in ADSS maintenance). Telecom towers shall be constructed with utmost consideration in the safety of maintenance personnel; retrofitting of safety facilities shall be addressed where necessary among existing towers.

E.4

Specifications Program (General Principles)

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Table E.4.1 Specifications of Major Network Elements, 2010-2019 2010 STM1 (155Mb/s) 2019 STM1 (155Mb/s) RATIONALE Forecasted demand by 2019 is about 120Mb/s only; (expensive) higher capacity implementation in M/W radio segmentswhich comprise significant portions of the backbonewould be premature (i.e., not costjustified) Only about 4 cores max allotted for dedicated relay communication but rapidly decreasing difference in installed cost of higher-density OPGW warrants increase in fiber cores; mechanical and electrical parameters limit size variance, though Primarily because of the need for separate SCADA, admin and protection IP networks, higher capacity tributaries are needed Physically redundant (1+1) paths would provide required telecom backbone security GPS was the original choice for synchronization because of its relatively cheap cost of implementation and maintenance vis--vis the proven reliability IP Path redundancy would optimize access to SCADA, protection and MIS nodes by avoiding single points of failure SCADA, Protection and Admin/MIS shall have physically distinct networks for optimum security Legacy telephony switches will be gradually replaced by IP-based systems to maximize bandwidth efficiency and simplify traffic management To ensure integrity of discrete protection signals and simplify analysis of events, new PSE shall be specified with independent signal processing per port Migration from EIGRP to OSPF would optimize utility of telecom facilities (equipped with routing function), simplify (hierarchical) network management and reduce costs of ownership

ELEMENT 1. Backbone Capacity

2. OPGW

24 Cores

48 Cores

3. M/W Radio Spur Links 4. SDH Topology 5. Sync System 6. WAN Topology 7. IP Bandwidth Management 8. PABX/ Telephony 9. Protection Signaling Equipment 10. IP Routing

4E1~E3 Flat Ring GPS Partial Mesh Shared Network Circuitswitched Prioritycoded Proprietary (CISCO)

E3~STM1 Physical Ring GPS Full Mesh Physically separate networks IP Simultaneous independent commands Open Systems

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Fig. C.4.1a NGCP Telecom Network, December 2009


Fig. C.4.1b NGCP Telecom Network, December 2010

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Fig. C.4.1c NGCP Telecom Network, December 2011

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Fig. C.4.1d NGCP Telecom Network, December 2012

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Fig. C.4.1e NGCP Telecom Network, December 2013


Fig. C.4.1f NGCP Telecom Network, December 2014

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Fig. C.4.1g NGCP Telecom Network, December 2015


Fig. C.4.1h NGCP Telecom Network, December 2016

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Fig. C.4.1i NGCP Telecom Network, December 2017


Fig. C.4.1j NGCP Telecom Network, December 2018

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Fig. C.4.1k NGCP Telecom Network, December 2019

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E.5 Project Description Table Table E.5.1 Luzon Telecom Projects

REPLACEMENTS AND REPLENISHMENTS 1. Microwave Radios and Antenna Systems 1.1 SDH MW Radio System 1.2 PDH MW Radio System 1.3 Spare Antenna & Radome 1.4 Spare Parts for Microwave Radio 2. OLTE 2.1 Nortel TN4XE OLTE (STM-4) 2.2 Nortel TN1X OLTE (STM-1) 2.3 Siemens SMA OLTE (STM-1) 2.4 Spare Parts for OLTE 3. PLC/PSE Systems 3.1 BBC ETI-22 3.2 ABB ETL-42 3.3 Siemens ESB2000i 3.4 Protection Signaling Eqpt. 3.5 Spare Parts for PLC/PSE 4. MUX and Accessories 4.1 Telco Access60 MUX 4.2 ABB FOX515/512 MUX 4.3 Terminal blocks & MDF 4.4 IP/E1 Wireless Extender 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTAL

18.9 4.2 15.4

12.0 7.0

12.0 12.0 3.4 5.0 9.0 7.0 3.0 10.0

12.0 20.0

10.0 4.5 5.0 12.0

12.0

12.0

12.0 5.0 5.0

12.0 12.0

12.0 7.0 5.0 5.0

78.9 104.0 22.1 60.4 51.0 19.0 21.0 35.0 55.2 105.0 25.0 18.0 54.0 18.0 21.0 5.2 5.0

5.0 9.0 7.0 3.0

5.0 9.0 7.0 7.0 3.0 5.0 10.0

5.0 12.0

5.0

5.0

7.0 3.0 3.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

25.2

15.0

15.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 2.0 0.5

15.0 5.0 6.0 3.0 2.0 0.5

6.0 2.0 0.7 4.0 2.0 0.5 1.0

6.0 6.0 3.0 2.0 0.5 1.0

6.0 3.0 2.0 0.5 1.0

15.0 5.0 6.0 6.0

10.0 5.0 6.0

20.0 5.0 6.0

20.0 6.0 6.0

2.0 0.5

3.0 0.5

3.0 0.5 1.0

3.0 0.5 1.0

4.5 Spare Parts for MUX Eqpt. 5. Routers and Bridges 5.1 Replacement of CISCO 2600 & 2500 Series 5.2 Spare Parts for Routers & Bridges 6. OPGW and Accessories 6.1 Spare OPGW & Accessories 7. PABX 7.1. Spare Parts for legacy PABX 7.2. Spare Parts for IP Telephony 8. UHF Radio Equipment 8.1. Replacement of UHF antenna system, coaxial cable and its ancillaries 8.2. Replacement of point to point UHF communication equipment 8.3. Replenishment of UHF radio spare parts 9. Test Equipment 9.1 Replacement of degraded test instruments for Fiber Optic Systems 9.2 Replacement of degraded test instruments for MW/UHF Radio Systems 9.3 Replacement of degraded test instruments for PLC/PSE Systems 9.3 Replacement of degraded test instruments for Datacom & IP

4.6

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

6.0

58.6

1.4

1.4 1.5 10.0

1.4 1.5 10.0 3.0

1.4 1.5 10.0

1.4 1.5 10.0

2.0 1.5 10.0 1.5 10.0 1.5 10.0

2.0 1.5 10.0

2.0 1.5 10.0

13.0 13.5 90.0 8.4 29.0

2.4

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

0.5

0.5 1.0

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5 1.0

0.5

0.5

0.5 1.0

4.5 3.0 25.6

1.6

2.0

2.0

2.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

1.3

0.1

3.0

3.0

3.0

10.4

3.0 2.4 1.4 2.0

3.0

0.5 1.5

3.0

3.0 0.7

3.0 1.5 2.2

0.5 0.8 3.0

3.0

3.0 1.5

22.0 9.8 20.6

2.2

3.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.2

9.3 Replacement of degraded test instruments for Electrical Installations 10. Power Supply System 10.1. 48VDC Rectifier/Charger 10.2. Spare Parts for Rectifier/ Charger 10.3. Battery Banks TOTAL

1.0 13.9 3.4 14.2 111.6 12.0 5.0 8.0 128.4 12.0 5.0 8.0 135.5 12.0 5.0 8.0 147.9

1.0 12.0 5.0 8.0 122.4 12.0 5.0 8.0 120.2 12.0 5.0 8.0 125.2

1.0 12.0 5.0 8.0 107.8 12.0 5.0 8.0 127.5

1.0 12.0 5.0 8.0 140.2

4.0 121.9 48.4 86.2 1,266.7

REHABS AND UPGRADES 1. MIGRATION TO IP TELEPHONY 2. UPGRADE OF SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM 3. WAN RECONFIGURATION & MIGRATION TO OSPF 4. UPGRADE OF NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 6. HYBRID POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM 7. UHF/VHF NETWORK a. Upgrade of UHF repeater radio b. Acquisition of transportable UHF repeater for selected North & South Luzon O&M c. Acquisition of UHF subscriber mobile radio

2010 5.6 6.0

2011 5.0

2012

2013 5.0

2014

2015

2016 5.0

2017

2018

2019 5.0

TOTAL 25.6 6

5.0 4.6 7.8 17.5 25.2 8.0 8.0 10.2 8.0 12.0 8.0 4.6 15.0 8.0 10.0 8.0 8.0

5 81.6 63.8 17.5

9.3 1.2 1.3 1.5 1.6

12.4 1.8

21.7 7.4

8. GROUNDING SYSTEM

4.2 46.9 2010

44.5 2011

2.0 10.0 2012

32.5 2013

2.0 23.5 2014

6.2 2015

2.0 34.4 2016

8.0 2017

2.0 21.8 2018

13.0 2019

12.2 240.8 TOTAL

EXPANSIONS 1. OPTICAL GROUND WIRE (OPGW) a. BACNOTAN TAP-IN (7Km) b. SAN JOSE-TAYABAS (120Km) c. TAYABAS-DASMARIAS (105Km) d. SAN MANUEL-BINGA (30Km) e. SANTIAGO-TUGUEGARAO (118Km) 2. OLTE COMPLEMENT FOR OPGW 3. SDH MW RADIO BACKBONE EXTENSION WESTERN LUZON : 4 LINKS (HERMOSA-BOTOLAN) 4. EXPANSION OF WIDE AREA NETWORK MIS/BUSINESS SCADA (NCC, 4-ACC, 59 PROTECTION (NCC, 4-EHV, 59-HV) BW Management System 5. FACILITIES MNGMT. SYSTEM TWENTY TWO (22) SITES

5.5 84.0 74.0 25.0 84.0 1.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 5.0

5.5 84.0 74.0 25.0 84.0 15.5

28.0

28.0

2.0 3.0 3.0 2.0

2.0 3.0 3.0 2.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

2.0 3.0 3.0

18.0 27.0 27.0 6.0

2.0

a. Maunong, Cuyapo, Tamayo R/S b. Ampucao, Cabuyao, San Isidro,Dela Paz, Calapan R/S c. Mataba, Kalayaan EHV, Lucban, Guinayangan, Pasacao R/S d. Pinamalayan, San Aquilino, Looc R/S e. Camalig, New Bacman, Matnog R/S f. Pantabangan, Palauig, Dasol R/S g. Mexico, Binan, La Trinidad, Naga S/s h. San Jose, Hermosa, Concepcion,San Manuel S/s, Kadampat S/s i. Dasmarinas, Tayabas, Batangas, Cabanatuan, Gumaca, Labo 6. SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM 7. NEW STRUCTURES & AUX SUPPORT SYSTEMS a. Remote monitoring system for 48VDC Battery System c. Acquisition of surge arresters for Repeater Stations TOTAL

6.0 10.0 10.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 8.0

6.0 10.0 10.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 8.0

10.0

10.0

12.0 6.0 6.0

12.0 12.0

5.0 2.5 114.5 2.5 56.5

6.0 2.5 99.5 1.5 15.5

6.0 1.5 21.5 1.5 51.5

6.0 1.5 114.5 1.5 21.5

6.0 1.5 15.5

29.0 16.5 525.5

15.0

Table E.5.2 Visayas Telecom Projects


REPLACEMENTS AND REPLENISHMENTS 1. PABX/ IP TELEPHONY a. PBX equipment b. PABX Spares c. VOIP 2. MW RADIO (SDH/PDH) a. Banilad-Canlandog (3 links) b. Loon Tagbilaran c. Palompon Tongonan d. Talisay Tabango e. Amlan Suba f. Sta. Barbara - Canlandog g. Isabel Palompon h. Camotes Maasin i. Mauagao Isabel j.SDH RADIO spares k.PDH RADIO spares l. ETHERNET RADIO spares 3. MUX a. Multiplex Equipment b. MUX Spares 4. PLC/PSE SYSTEMS a. PLC Equipment b. PSE Equipment c. PLC/PSE Spares

2010 4.0 0.5 0.2 17.0

2011 2.0 0.5 0.5

2012 2.0 0.5 0.5

2013 0.5 0.5 0.5

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL 8.5 3.5 3.5 0.0 17.0 5.6 5.6 5.9 5.6 5.6 5.6 5.6 5.6 29.0 9.0 2.0 0.0 90.0 11.2 0.0 88.0 9.2 6.5

0.5 0.5

0.5 0.5

0.5 0.2

0.2

0.2

5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 2.9 0.9 0.2 5.0 1.5 2.9 0.9 0.2 12.5 1.1 16.0 2.2 0.7 2.9 0.9 0.2 5.0 2.9 0.9 0.2 10.0 0.8 16.0 1.1 0.5 2.9 0.9 0.2 25.0 1.8 16.0 1.0 2.9 0.9 0.2 2.5 1.1 8.0 0.5 2.9 0.9 0.2 2.9 0.9 0.2 10.0 1.7 4.0 0.5 2.9 0.9 0.2 25.0

0.2 0.0 0.0 0.6 0.6 0.9 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 2.9 0.9 0.2 0.0 1.1 0.0

1.1 16.0 2.2 0.6

1.0 8.0 0.7

4.0 0.7 0.7 0.6

3.0 0.7

5. POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM a. 48V Power Supply b. POWER SUPPLY spares 7. TEST AND MEASURING EQUIPMENTS a. PORTABLE SPECTRUM ANALYZER (28Ghz) b. Portable E1 tester c. Portable SDH tester d. Safety Climbing Gadgets e. GPS f. LEVEL METER and SIGNAL GENERATOR SET g. BER and DATACOM Tester h. MK-11 TRIP BOX AND TRANSMISSION TIME TESTER 8. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENTS b. PORTABLE GENSET, 5.5KVA d. BATTERY MONITORING SYSTEM (BMS) i. DIGITAL MULTIMETER j. PORTABLE UPS k. 48VDC - 220AC POWER SUPPLY INVERTER l. ETHERNET RS232 MEDIA CONVERTER m. FIBER OPTIC MEDIA o. WAN/ LAN p. SERVER

4.0 1.3

8.0 0.5

8.0 0.5

8.0 0.2

8.0

8.0 0.5

8.0 0.2

2.0 1.9

2.0

0.0 4.0 0.4 0.0 0.5

0.0 60.0 5.5 0.0

2.5 1.5 1.5 0.0 1.2

2.0 1.5 0.1 1.5 0.1 0.0

2.0 1.5 1.5 0.1 0.4 0.4 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.8 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1

4.5 4.9 4.9 0.3 0.0 2.7 2.0 1.2 0.0 1.0 9.1 0.4 0.4 0.6 1.0 1.0 10.0 2.0

1.2 0.9 1.1 0.9

0.3 1.5 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2 1.7 1.7 1.7 0.1 0.1 1.7

0.3

0.3

0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2

0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2

0.1 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2 0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2

0.1 0.1 1.0 0.2

0.1 1.0 0.2

q. PROTOCOL CONVERTER r. SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM s. SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM TOTAL

0.1 0.5 0.2 45.2

0.1 0.5 0.2 71.4

0.1 0.5 0.2 61.5

0.1 0.5 0.2 52.1

0.1 0.5 0.2 62.3

0.1 0.5 0.2 30.8

0.1 0.5 0.2 27.1

0.1 0.5 0.2 27.7

0.1 0.5 0.2 42.7

0.1 0.5 0.2 21.2

1.0 5.0 2.0 442.0

REHABS AND UPGRADES 1. PABX/ IP TELEPHONY 2. MW RADIO (SDH/PDH) a. Camotes Ormoc b. Canlandog Dingle, Ivisan - Panitan, Banilad - Buenavista c. Sta. Barbara Iloilo, Bacolod Canlandog, Buenavista - Ubay d. Caniapasan Canlandog Caniapasan Ivisan, Ormoc Palompon e. Camotes Ubay, Ivisan Jawili, Pio Corpus Tabango, Amlan Siquijor f. Compostela Mauagao, Maugao Talisay 3. MUX 4. MUX MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 5.GROUNDING SYSTEM 6. SDH MICROWAVE RADIO NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

2010

2011

2012 2.0

2013 2.0 7.0

2014 2.0

2015 4.0

2016 4.0

2017 4.0

2018 4.0

2019 2.8

TOTAL 24.8 7.0

19.0 15.0

19.0 15.0

17.0

17.0

26.0 10.0 15.0 8.0 2.0 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 0.3

26.0 10.0 17.8 12.0 10.0

2.0

2.0

2.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

3.0

15.0

7.PDH MICROWAVE RADIOS NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 8. TELECOM DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 9. SNMP NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 10. NETWORK PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 11. WAN NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 12. SMS 13. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 14. NMS CONTROL ROOM 15. SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM TOTAL 3.0

3.0

3.0 3.0

3.0

3.0 0.4

12.0 6.4 0.5

2.0 4.0 3.0 0.5 3.0

2.0 1.0 4.0 0.8 0.5 0.1 0.3

4.5 9.0 6.8 1.1

2.0 2.6 5.0 35.6 5.0 30.0 2.6 0.3 0.6 40.5 19.0 7.1

2.3 5.5 10.6 231.8

7.5

14.5

19.0

28.0

30.6

EXPANSIONS 1. PABX/ IP TELEPHONY 2. OPGW a. Compostela-Talisay b. Malitbog-Tabango c. Naga-Sigpit d. Sigpit-Talavera e. Ormoc-Isabel

2010 2.0

2011

2012

2013 2.0

2014

2015 2.0

2016

2017 2.0

2018

2019

TOTAL 8.0 90.9 42.8 11.0 6.0 48.0

90.9 42.8 11.0 6.0 48.0

f. Bacolod-Cadiz g. Sta. Barabara - Dingle h. Tongonan-Isabel 3. MW RADIO (SDH/PDH) a. Banilad-Mandaue via Camotes (2 links) b. Bacolod- Sta. Barbara via Guimaras (2 links) c. Majic - Loon d. Buenavista-Camiguin via Jagna (2 links) 4. ETHERNET RADIO 5. MUX 6. 48VDC POWER SUPPLY 7. RENEWABLE POWER SUPPLY 10. LIGHTNING PROTECTION 11. WIDE AREA NETWORK 12. VOICE RECORDING SYSTEM 13. TELECOM SURVEILANCE 14.SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM 15. MIGRATION OF WAN PROTOCOL TO OPEN SYSTEM 16. IP PHONE TOTAL

34.0 18.0 48.0 0.0 10.0 10.0 5.0 5.0 0.7 5.0 7.0 0.7

34.0 18.0 48.0

10.0 10.0 5.0 12.0 7.0 35.0 8.4 21.5 7.2 47.0 5.1 4.4 1.6 2.0 2.8 485.7

1.4 20.0 2.2 3.5 2.7 3.0 0.6 0.3

1.4 10.0 6.2

0.7

0.7

0.7

0.7

3.6 3.6 6.5 0.6 0.5 0.8 0.9 2.5 0.6 0.3

3.6

3.6

3.6

3.6

7.5 0.9 0.3

2.5

5.0

5.0 0.6 0.5

5.0 0.6 0.5

10.0 1.2 1.0

0.5 0.8

0.5

1.0 0.4 37.1

1.0 0.4 164.7

0.4 54.0

0.4 35.4

0.2 68.3

0.2 46.0

0.2 10.6

0.2 8.3

0.4 60.6

0.7

Table E.5.3 Mindanao Telecom Projects


REPLACEMENTS AND REPLENISHMENTS 1. PABX/VOIP SYSTEM a. PABX System b. PABX Spares 2. PLC/PSE SYSTEM a. PLC/PSE Equipment b. PLC/PSE Spares 3. MW RADIO SYSTEM a. PDH Radio Links b. PDH Radio Spares C. SDH Radio Spares 4. MULTIPLEXERS 5. VHF Land Mobile Radio 6. 48VDC POWER SUPPLY 7. WIDE AREA NETWORK 9. TEST AND MEASURING EQUIPMENTS a. NETWORK ANALYZER b. Portable 64/2Mbit BER tester c. GPS d. LEVEL METER and SIGNAL GENERATOR SET e. SPECTRUM ANALYZER f. SWR/RF POWER METER g. FUNCTION GENERATOR h. TRANSMISSION TEST SET 2010 2011 2012 7.5 6.7 42.0 31.4 28.0 30.3 7.5 6.0 4.5 2.0 2013 7.5 6.7 42.0 31.4 28.0 30.3 7.5 4.5 2.0 2014 7.5 6.7 42.0 31.4 28.0 30.3 7.0 7.5 4.5 2.0 2015 7.5 6.7 35.0 31.4 2016 7.5 6.7 21.0 31.4 2017 7.5 6.7 2018 7.5 6.7 2019 6.6 6.7 0.0 28.0 27.5 0.0 14.0 30.3 1.8 4.7 2.3 4.5 2.4 0.0 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.2 1.6 2.0 1.0 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.0 TOTAL 0.0 59.1 67.0 0.0 294.0 278.9 0.0 154.0 303.0 15.8 42.2 24.3 45.0 23.4 0.0 3.0 1.5 0.2 3.4 4.3 2.1 1.0 1.6

6.7 42.0 31.4 28.0 30.3

6.7 42.0 31.4 28.0 30.3 7.5

31.4

30.3 7.5 6.0 4.5 2.0

30.3

30.3

30.3 7.0 6.0 4.5 2.0

4.0 4.5 2.0

4.5 5.0

4.5 2.0

4.5 2.0

1.0 0.7 0.2 1.6 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.6

1.0 0.7

0.8

i. OPTICAL CABLE TRACER j. OPTICAL FIBER SPLICING EQUIPMENT k. HIGH PRECISION OPTICAL FIBER FUSION SPLICER l. HAND POLISHING PUCK 11. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENTS c. POWER AUDIO AMPLIFIER d. AUDIO MIXER e. SPEAKER SET/SOUND SYSTEM/PAGING SYSTEM f. NMS g. ETHERNET IF UNIT W/ INTEGRATED HUB m. PROTOCOL CONVERTER TOTAL

1.0 1.0 0.2 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.5 3.0 0.8 0.9 167.2

1.0 1.0

0.1 0.1 0.0

2.1 2.1 0.2 3.4 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.5 3.0 5.2 1.3 1,341.6

1.6

0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5

0.8 166.1

0.8 0.4 167.1

0.8 160.7

0.8 167.7

0.8 132.5 103.4 82.4 64.0 0.0 130.5

REHABS AND UPGRADES 1. PABX 2. SDH Radio 3. MULTIPLEXERS 4. VHF RADIO 5.GROUNDING SYSTEM TOTAL

2010 4.0 5.0 5.2 2.0 16.2

2011 49.0 5.0

2012 35.0 5.0 2.0 42.0

2013 21.0 5.0

2014 42.0 5.0 2.0 49.0

2015 14.0 5.0

2016 28.0 5.0 2.0 35.0

2017

2018

5.0

6.0 2.0 8.0

54.0

26.0

19.0

5.0

2019 0.0 0.0 5.1 0.0 1.0 6.1

TOTAL 4.0 189.0 51.1 5.2 11.0 260.3

EXPANSIONS 1. Power Line Carrier (PSE) 2. Protection Signalling Eqpt. 3. FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 4. Network Mngmt. System 5. WIDE AREA NETWORK 6. REMOTE BATTERY MONITORING SYSTEM (33 sites) 7. OPGW a. Abaga-Agus 2 b. Bunawan-Maco-Tindalo-Bislig c. Sangali-Sta.Clara-Aurora d. Bislig-Butuan (Phase 1) e. Aplaya-Nasipit-Butuan; BisligButuan (Phase 2) f. Loon-Matanaw; KibaweMaramag g. Matanaw-Klinan h. Kibawe-Agus 2 8. OLTE FOR OPGW 9. SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM 10.OLTE FOR SDH 11. LIGHTNING PROTECTION (33 SITES) TOTAL

2010 50.0 12.6 10.0 9.4 24.0

2011 50.0 12.6 10.0 9.0 8.0

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019 6.3 1.6 7.0 1.5 8.0 1.8

TOTAL 106.3 26.8 73.0 22.9 96.0

10.0 3.0 8.0

10.0 8.0

10.0 8.0

10.0 8.0

6.0 8.0 8.0 8.0

2.5 191.2

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5

2.5

1.5 0.0 0.0

134.0 231.0 134.0 136.0 88.0 78.0 10.0 10.0 5.0 16.0 10.0 319.7 10.0 267.1 8.0 6.0 6.0 5.0 10.0 10.0 187.5 10.0 120.5 6.0 103.5 2.0 4.0 2.0 5.0 5.3 7.0 15.0 101.0 38.3 91.0 2.0 0.0

18.3 0.0 191.2 134.0 231.0 134.0 136.0 88.0 78.0 91.0 50.0 15.0 47.3 73.0 1,611.6

8.0 10.0 280.5

8.0 10.0 178.5

Table E.5.4 Summary of Cost of CAPEX Projects, 2010-2019

TELECOMPROJECTS REPLENISHMENTS/ REPLACEMENTS REHABS/UPGRADES EXPANSIONS TOTAL

LUZON 1,267 241 526 2,033

VISAYAS 442 232 486 1,160

MINDANAO 1,342 260 1,612 3,214

TOTAL 3,050 733 2,623 6,406

PREFACE SCADA systems have been employed as indispensable tools for safely and securely operating the Philippine grid. Data acquisition equipment installed in power plants and substations not only continuously feed data to the control centers, but provide remote control capabilities to devices installed in the field. Real-time information from the remote stations as presented by SCADA provide instantaneous picture of the ever-changing conditions of the power system thus enabling the system operators to make timely decisions and actions. B.1.1 OBJECTIVES The TDP programs have been developed with the following objectives: 1. to sustain the performance and reliability of installed data acquisition and control center systems, including the updating of system software, 2. to expand the functionality and capability of the SCADA system and equipment in order to meet new requirements of the grid and electricity market system, 3. to enhance installed system to support increasing stringent corporate performance targets. These programs identified in this TDP are geared towards the continuing effort to maintain performance levels of existing SCADA systems and facilities through regular maintenance, planned replacement of failed, obsolete and unsuitable facilities, and acquisition of new facilities to support requirements for operations and address performance deficiencies and new functionalities. B.1.2 CREDIBLE BASIS Regulatory and Statutory Requirements NGCPs commitment towards complying with the following applicable regulatory requirements is one of the major drivers for the SCADA CAPEX programs: Philippine Grid Code (PGC), Open Access Transmission Service (OATS), Wholesale Electricity Spot Market Rules (WESM Rules) and, Directives from the Department of Energy (DOE) , Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) and other government agencies.

NGCP Transmission Master Plan (2009-2030) and 2010-2019 TDP Volume 1 Anticipated additions to power plants and substations as outlined in NGCPs short, medium and long term plans provide inputs to SCADA requirements in the upcoming period. Although associated data acquisition equipment are usually included in theprojectsfornew plants and substations, these additions also impose requirements on the master stations and affect other existing equipment and systems.

ERC Economic Life of Major High Voltage Electrical Equipment The Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) study in 2006 on the economic life of electrical equipment provides the general basis for the replacement plans of SCADA equipment. While ERC has adopted a fifteen-year economic life for SCADA based on the above study, this should be considered as referring to the entire SCADA system. Individual components have various applicable economic lives depending of the type of equipment and the environment in which it is operating: SCADA computer hardware - IT-type equipment which have an industry-accepted service life of five (5) years. For hardware used continuously in a harsh environment, service life deteriorates fast. SCADA software - software do not suffer physical degradation, however its life is shortened with technological development which make it incompatible to new hardware and the subsequent withdrawal of support from the software developer. Data Acquisition Equipment being designed for the substation environment, these follows the standard economic life of fifteen (15) years, except for IEDs where active components last only for ten (10) years. Auxiliary Equipment similarly, power equipment generally have about fifteen (15) years service live. Sealed maintenance-free batteries are replaced every three (3) years, their service life severely affected by discharged duty and operating temperature.

SCADA systems are designed according to specific system requirements to match the existing power system. Power system expansions require corresponding SCADA expansions. Accumulated expansions may require accelerated replacement even if the SCADA is still operating within the service life.

B.2 S C A D A S Y S T E M S P R O F I L E
B.2.1 SCADA Systems Profile NGCP SCADA systems consist of SCADA and EMS installed at control centers and substations automation systems at the substations. These are of varying ages and are in various conditions ranging from obsolete to newly installed systems. SCADA/EMS equipment consists of master station hardware and software, and data acquisition equipment installed at power plants and substations in the entire country. Systems/Equipment SCADA/EMS ACC SCADA Systems Substations Automation Systems Remote Terminal Units Gateway Transducers/IEDs Synchro-check Relays OLTC Tap Position Indicators AGC Controllers UPS Systems 48V DC Systems Emergency Generators Luzon 2 0 18 101 8 603 140 20 12 7 0 0 Visayas 2 4 8 45 0 477 31 7 8 11 11 1 Mindanao 1 5 2 38 0 165 25 5 0 9 38 5 Total 6 9 28 184 8 1,245 196 32 20 27 49 6

Several Substation Automation Systems, referred to as Microcomputer-based Substation Control (MBSC) systems are currently set-up in substations all over the Philippine grid. These are supplied by different manufacturers and of varying ages. MBSC Systems Luzon Visayas Mindanao Installed Qty 11 7 6 2 2 0 Economic Life 5 5 5 5 5 5 > EL 10 7 0 2 0 3 < EL 10 0 6 0 2 0 3 uninstalled

Status Operational On Restoration Operational Under Engg Operational Under Engg

Remarks

The master station systems installed at different control centers of NGCP are from different manufacturer and installed at different periods.

SCADA Systems Control Centers Power Plants Substations Total NGCP Control Center Hierarchy

Luzon 6 30 47 83

Visayas 6 19 30 55

Mindanao 6 15 29 52

Total 18 64 106 188

NGCP maintains a hierarchy of control centers to support operations of the nation-wide transmission system with the dispatch of all generation facilities connected to the Philippine grid. This hierarchy consists of three (3) levels: 1. National Control Center. The National Control Center (NCC) in Diliman, Quezon City coordinates all high-voltage transmission operations (300 kV HVDC, 500 kV, critical 230 kV and 138 kV circuits) and dispatch all generation. A Backup National Control Center (BNCC) has been established at Cebu City. 2. Regional Control Centers. The RCCs are responsible for monitoring and control of noncritical 230 kV and 138 kV transmission systems in each of the three power grids: Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. The Luzon RCC is co-located with the NCC, and the Visayas RCC with the BNCC. The Mindanao RCC is responsible for the operation of the Mindanao grid. 3. Area Control Centers. To supervise other parts of the transmission network not managed by the RCCs and coordinate directly with the customers, Area Control Centers are established all-over Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

Control Centers Location Control Level National & Luzon Region Back-up Luzon ACCs Control Centers NCC and LRCC Emergency Backup NCC South Tagalog ACC Central Luzon ACC Northern Luzon ACC Southern Luzon ACC Visayas Region Visayas Back-up Visayas ACCs Visayas RCC Back-up RCC Leyte-Samar ACC Bohol ACC Negros ACC Panay ACC Mindanao Region Mindanao ACCs Mindanao RCC Cagayan ACC Butuan ACC Davao ACC Gen. Santos ACC Zamboanga ACC Location Diliman, Quezon City Araneta, Quezon City Binan, Laguna Mexico, Pampanga La Trinidad, Benguet Naga, Bicol Cebu City Mandaue City Ormoc City, Leyte Tagbilaran, Bohol Bacolod ACC Sta. Barbara Iligan Cagayan de Oro Butuan Davao Gen. Santos Zamboanga XA/21 Realflex Realflex SCADA Realflex SCADA Realflex SCADA Realflex SCADA PowerCC PowerCC PowerCC PowerCC PowerCC PowerCC System XA/21 Realflex Remote consoles of XA/21

B.2.1.1 Luzon SCADA Luzon EMS Profile After eight year in operations, the existing GE XA/21 EMS at the National Control Center (NCC) is being upgraded to address deficiencies in performance and reliability, to support expanded database requirements and to include new functionalities required by Market Operations. The upgrade will be completed by 2011. A back-up control center with limited functionality is currently operating at the Araneta S/s using Realflex SCADA software. Luzon ACC SCADA systems Profile The four (4) ACCs in Luzon use remote consoles that connects to the NCC EMS. The availability of these ACCs is dependent on the EMS and the communication links between NCC and these ACCs. Under the NCC EMS upgrade, a back-up EMS will be installed at the Central Luzon ACC in Mexico, Pampanga. The ACC remote consoles will also be upgraded.

As part of this TDP, Luzon ACCs will be provided with stand-alone SCADA systems for independent and more reliable SCADA operations. Luzon MBSC Systems Profile Eleven (11) MBSC systems in Luzon are operating as originally designed and seven (7) are now due for upgrading/replacement. These systems are supplied by different manufacturers making maintenance difficult. Of the seven systems that are due for upgrading/replacement, four are being implemented by SO, two are handled by P&E group and one is being handled by O&M group. New MBSC system for Dolores (Taytay) Substations is in the process of acquisition by the O&M group for the year 2010. Luzon Data Acquisition Equipment Profile Almost all remote terminal units in Luzon use GE D20 RTUs. Most of these RTUs have been upgraded in 2006 to support new protocols. Communications capability for these RTUs is limited to direct serial connection. A few RTUs still use analog communications link with bandwidth as low as 1200 baud. Most RTUs reports to the master stations using Harris H5000 protocol. Only few RTUs use DNP V3.0 protocol. With the development pointed towards IP-based communication systems, programs to upgrade the existing RTUs to support IP-based connections have been included in the 20102019 TDP. Installed Qty 7 14 7 9 7 18 28 9 3 19 182 19 101 312 509 Economic Life 5 3 5 5 5 5 3 5 5 5 15 5 15 15 10 > EL 7 14 7 9 7 6 15 3 2 4 0 9 16 0 0 < EL 0 0 0 0 0 12 13 6 1 15 182 10 85 312 509 99 no longer available, 23 defective 1 defective No HW Support 4 defective

Category

Equipment Servers

Remarks

EMS Master Station Equipment

Workstations Routers Switches Software Servers Workstations Gateway

Substation Automation Equipment

Routers Switches Bay Control Units Software

Data Acquisition Equipment

RTUs Transducers IEDs

Synchrocheck AGC Controller OLTC UPS Auxillary Equipment 48VDC Chargers Batteries Generator sets Transd. Calibrator Protocol Analyzer Test Equipment Fiber Optic Test Set Multi testers DC standards Oscilloscope Battery Tester Power Analyzer (PQM) Office Furniture Installation Tools

140 12 20 7 0 7 0 2 4 1 10 2 2 1 1 0 0

15 15 10 15 15 3 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0

140 12 20 7 0 7 0 1 2 1 8 2 2 1 1 0 0

Others

B.2.1.2 Visayas SCADA Visayas EMS Profile The EMS used at the Visayas RCC is identical to the NCC EMS and is intended to be the back-up for NCC in case of NCC unavailability. Together with NCC, this EMS is undergoing upgrade to improve system performance and reliability. A back-up control center is operating at the Mandaue S/s using Realflex SCADA software. Visayas ACC SCADA systems Profile The four Visayas ACCs use Realflex SCADA system software which have been installed in the nineties have undergone series of upgrades for software versions and hardware. Upgrade for the replacement of obsolete hardware is still on-going and will be completed by the end of 2010. After having been in operations for a long period, the ACC SCADA Systems are scheduled to be replaced in 2013. Visayas MBSC Systems Profile Visayas have MBSC systems supplied by ABB, Siemens and Areva. Two systems are based on the D20 RTUs and DAPservers and use Realflex SCADA as the HMI software. The MBSC at Sta. Barbara SS is currently undergoing upgrading. Most MBSCs in the VIsayas have been programmed to undergo upgrading involving mostly hardware and minor software upgrades every five (5) years. Visayas Data Acquisition Equipment Profile Almost all RTUs in the Visayas are GE D20 RTUs, mostly installed during the early nineties. The main board and some peripheral boards were upgraded in 2006 for higher performance and support to more protocols. The RTUs are programmed for upgrading to support communications through TCP/IP networks in the future. Visayas Auxillary Equipment Profile Operations of SCADA equipment are dependent on auxillary equipment like UPS, DC power supply, batteries and emergency generators. These equipment typically have longer life spans. Some equipment are programmed for replacement in this TDP.

Category

Equipment Application Servers Workstations

Installed Qty 18 9 15 11 7 12 12 0 8 109 8 45 243 234 31 8 11 11 28 1 2 4 0 17 3 0 0 1 6

Economic >EL <EL Life 5 3 5 5 5 5 3 5 5 15 5 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 3 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5 18 6 11 7 3 6 8 0 4 16 1 39 230 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 2 0 7 2 0 0 1 6 0 3 4 4 4 6 4 0 4 93 7 6 13 234 31 8 11 11 18 1 1 2 0 10 1 0 0 0 0

Remarks Upgraded 200

EMSMaster Station Routers Equipment Switches

SCADA/EMS Software Servers Workstations Substation Routers Automation Equipment Switches BayControlUnits HMISoftware RTU Transducers Data Acquisition IEDs Equipment Synchrocheck AGCController UPS Auxiliary Equipment 48VDCChargers BatteryBanks Generatorsets Transd.Calibrator ProtocolAnalyzer Test Equipment FiberOpticTest Set Multitesters DCstandards Oscilloscope BatteryTester Others OfficeFurniture InstallationTools

B.2.1.3 Mindanao SCADA Mindanao EMS Profile The Mindanao SCADA/EMS is presently under upgrading after a fire in 2009 destroyed their previous EMS. A temporary Siemens Spectrum WinCC SCADA system with limited capability was hastily set-up and presently used to support dispatch engineers in operating the Mindanao grid. This system cannot fully support the needs for operations since it is only capable of basic SCADA functions and do not have advanced applications like Automatic Generation Control (AGC) and network applications. Mindanao ACC SCADA systems Profile Mindanaos five ACCs have stand-alone Siemens Spectrum WinCC SCADA systems installed in the past three years. These systems are non-redundant units with the SCADA applications and HMI running under a single hardware. Like the temporary system used at the MRCC, these SCADA systems only have basic SCADA functions and do not support advanced functionalities. Mindanao MBSC Systems Profile There is still no MBSC being used for operations in Mindanao. Although the Pitogo system has already been tested and commissioned, it is not actually used because there are still no transmission lines going into the substation. The other MBSCs are still under P&E construction. However, two systems are already of deteriorated conditions because they have been delivered many years but and have not been installed. MBSCs in Mindanao are supplied by Siemens, ABB and Areva. Mindanao Data Acquisition Equipment Profile Telegyr Station Manager RTUs are used mostly in Mindanao. These RTUs have been upgraded in 2008 for additional communication ports to new master stations and support DNP V3.0 protocol. A few GE D20 have been installed in some power plants. These RTUs only support serial connections to the master stations. Originally transducers were installed in the nineties for providing power system information to the RTUs. Since 2004, transducers are being replaced with Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs).

Category

Equipment Servers

Installed Qty 13 10 1 10 9 4 6 0 9 22 2 38 165 200 25 0 9 38 29 2 1 3 0 3 0 0 1 20 2

Economic Life 5 3 5 5 5 5 3 5 5 15 5 15 15 10 15 15 15 15 3 20 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 5 5

>EL <EL 3 7 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 165 0 0 0 0 38 29 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 2 10 3 0 7 7 4 6 0 6 15 2 0 0 200 25 0 9 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 5 0

Remarks 7burnt 10burnt 1burnt 4burnt 3burnt 3burnt 2burnt 4burnt 17burnt

EMSMaster Station Equipment

Workstations Routers Switches Software Servers Workstations Routers Switches BayControlUnits HMISoftware RTUs

Substation Automation Equipment

Data Acquisition Equipment

Transducers IEDs Synchrocheck AGCController UPS

Auxiliary Equipment

48VDCChargers Batterybanks Generatorsets Transd.Calibrator ProtocolAnalyzer FiberOpticTest Set Multitesters DCstandards Oscilloscope BatteryTester OfficeFurniture InstallationTools

Test Equipment

Others

B.2.2 Problems and Issues In the operations of NGCPs SCADA systems, the following problems and issues are frequently encountered that limits the performance of the systems: Limited operating life of hardware: Although IT equipment typically have service lives of five (5) years, in the environment where these equipment are used in SCADA systems, actual operating life is usually shortened to about three (3) years due to continuous and heavy demand on the processing power of these equipment, and the harsh operating environment specially for computers used in substation automation. This usually results in high maintenance costs for replacement hardware. Fast Obsolescence of Computer Hardware and Limited Support for Legacy Systems due to Rapid Technology Development After a few years, replacement parts or even equipment are no longer available because these hardware are already not manufactured. To make matters worse, new hardware models are usually not compatible with other old equipment. When new models and system versions are introduced in the market, the manufacturer usually withdraws support for these systems a few years there-after. Insufficient capacity to support rapid power system expansion: The rapid construction of power plants and substations and the fast expansion of the power grid through the introduction of additional transmission lines and equipment have put a tremendous strain on the performance requirements of existing SCADA systems and data acquisition equipment. Proprietary Requirements for Multi-vendor systems NGCP has employed SCADA systems and equipment supplied by different vendors. The proliferation of different systems complicates the requirements for NGCP in terms of spare parts and technical proficiency in maintaining, expanding and upgrading the systems. In addition to these operational issues, planning for SCADA requirements are hampered by unresolved policies on compliance to certain PGC requirements: SCADA Monitoring Requirements at Customer Connection Points: SCADA Monitoring for Embedded Generators

B.3 R E Q U I R E M E N T A N A L Y S I S B.3.1 TRANSMISSION GRID EXTENSION Additional SCADA/EMS requirements usually result from transmission grid extensions and power plant additions. Transmission expansion activities are identified in the Volume 1 of this Transmission Development Plan as developed by NGCPs P&E group. Major SCADA requirements for new stations are usually incorporated in the design of these new stations and are provided under the P&E projects. This however only addresses the SCADA requirements for remote sites. Corresponding equipment additions and capability expansions also required at the master stations are usually not included in the scope of these projects. On an individual station basis, these requirements may be addressed by the addition of expansion modules and reconfiguration of the existing system. The corresponding requirements at the master stations will only be incremental for a few individual stations. Overtime, accumulated expansion requirements may reach the point where the capacity may no longer be supported by the existing master station system. This results in accelerated need for system replacement programs. Small scale substation expansions are implemented by NGPs O&M group, like additional circuit breakers, etc. These expansions require only additional RTU boards for new I/O points and increased database points at the master stations. Incoming New Plants and Substations

Year
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Luzon New Expansion


1 1 2 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 15 4 4 4 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 48

Visayas New Expansion


4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 27 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 30

Mindanao New Expansion


1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 12 6 1 6 3 3 2 2 1 2 3 29

Luzon SCADA Expansion Requirements for New/Expanded Substations (per unit) Project Category SCADA Reqmts RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards DACServer Substation AddlLoad Expansions IED/Trans ducer&Acc RCCServer AddlLoad Adv.Apps Capacity RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards AddlSS Installatns DACServer AddlLoad RCCServer AddlLoad AdvApps Capacity CFE Channels DACServer NewPlants AddlLoad and Substations RCCServer AddlLoad AdvApps Capacity

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 4 12 2 5 0 0 1 6 4 6 1 5 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 6 1 5 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 6 6 1 6 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 5 6 1 7 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 5 6 1 7 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 6 1 8 0 0 1 3 6 0 0 0 3 3 7 7 5 6 1 8 0 0 1 4 6 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 6 1 8 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 5 6 1 8 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

IED/Trans ducer&Acc 10 1 0 0 1 1 0 0

Visayas SCADA Expansion Requirements for New/Expanded Substations Project Category SCADA Reqmts RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards DACServer Substation AddlLoad Expansions IED/Trans ducer&Acc RCCServer AddlLoad Adv.Apps Capacity RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards AddlSS Installations DACServer AddlLoad RCCServer AddlLoad Adv.Apps Capacity CFE Channels DACServer NewPlants AddlLoad and Substations RCCServer AddlLoad Adv.Apps Capacity IED/Trans ducer&Acc 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 3 3 1 0 0 4 8 0 0 0 4 4 4 0 3 3 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 3 3 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 0

Mindanao SCADA Expansion Requirements for New/Expanded Substations Project Category SCADA Reqmts RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards DACServer Substation Addl.Load Expansions IED/Trans ducer&Acc RCCServer Addl.Load Adv.Apps Capacity RTUMain Processors RTUI/O Boards IED/Trans Additional ducer&Acc Substation Installations DACServer Addl.Load RCCServer Addl.Load Adv.Apps Capacity CFE Channels DACServer NewPlants Addl.Load and Substations RCCServer Addl.Load Adv.Apps Capacity 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 0 60 0 0 2 0 1 12 2 0 1 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 14 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 20 0 0 2 0 1 12 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 15 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 2 15 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 16 0 0 2 0 1 15 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 0 5 1 0 1 15 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 15 0 15 1 0 1 15 2 0 1 0 5 1 0 32 0 10 2 0 1 20 3 0 1 0 5 0 1 0

B.3.2 CORPORATE BUSINESS NEEDS: Corporate Performance Targets The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) sets performance level requirements for NGCP to ensure that service rendered to the public are maintained at satisfactory levels at all times. The most critical of these targets are those referring to power quality (FLC, VLC, SA) and reliability of service. With performance targets becoming more stringent each year, monitoring and control facilities become very critical to ensure that NGCP operations is fully supported to meet its target. SCADA systems enable the dispatch engineer to continuously monitor system frequency and voltages so that these are maintained within acceptable levels. Remote control capabilities are provided for controlling the generators automatically and operating critical equipment to minimize disruption to the system. The CAPEX requirements for SCADA are selected with consideration on how these can support NGCP in attaining its corporate targets. Regulatory reporting requirements NGCP is committed to comply with the strict performance requirements set by ERC as specified in pertinent provisions of the Philippine Grid Code. SCADA systems automatically collect power system information and archive operational data as basis of regular and mandatory reports to the ERC and other government mandated agencies. SCADA/EMS Internal Users Dispatch Operations. The primary users of SCADA systems are the dispatch engineers that need uninterrupted real-time data for operating the grid. The SCADA systems should provide sufficient features to ensure that operations at the NCC, RCCs and ACCs are unaffected by any equipment or system failure or power disturbance. This requires the provision of redundant systems with fail-safe capability, including UPS and back-up power facilities will address equipment failure and power interruption scenarios to provide continuous EMS operations. Back-up provisions and emergency EMS facilities at other alternate sites are included as part of the strategy to sustain dispatch operations in the event of loss of facilities at the main control centers.

Network Protection. Analysis of system disturbances as undertaken by protection engineers are aided by the extensive data provided by the EMS before and after power system events. The programmed expansion includes data collection and storage requirements for disturbance data for analysis and evaluation. Centralized presentation of disturbance information is also planned through integration of selected protective relays to the EMS by providing protocol support for EMS-protection data exchange connectivity. Network Planning. Planning for grid operations is also considered in the proposed projects. SCADA/EMS can provide huge amount of historical operations data indispensable for monitoring grid performance, system planning studies and generation of reports. Other Users of SCADA systems Market Operations. With the development of the electricity market in the Visayas, the data exchange requirement between NGCP EMS and Market Operations MMS becomes complex, considering the Luzon and Visayas snapshot will now be regularly sent to the MMS through multiple routes. As the Market Management System (MMS) is entirely dependent upon data provided by the EMS, reliability and accuracy of EMS data becomes a foremost concern. NGCPs SCADA should also be able to support plans by Market Operations to introduce the reserve market in the future. Strict data availability requirements have driven a number of activities for SCADA/EMS to be programmed in the expansion plans such as providing back-up facilities and redundant data sources from critical stations. Government and Regulatory Agencies. Strict requirements are set by government and regulatory agencies that require implementation of capabilities through SCADA ranging from implementing sophisticated automation functionality to plain data archiving for reporting compliance to certain directives. Generally, these requirements follow international trends such that it would be necessary to be aware of upcoming technology and practices.

B.3.3 TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION Technology Direction The use of power system equipment employing new technology has introduced interface requirements to legacy SCADA systems and equipment, resulting in complicated schemes and would not fully utilize the advanced capabilities of newly developed technologies. To require new equipment to stick to legacy solutions would be restrictive, uneconomical and limit NGCP taking advantage of superior products. Technological development has driven significant requirements for SCADA/EMS as recently equipment installed in new installations are designed for newly developed technology and standards. The following technological development has initiated planning for requirements following the trend on: The move towards IP-based telecom network requiring migration to IP-based equipment for efficient data exchange. This necessitates migration of SCADA data communication set-up to IP-based network. New communication and data standards require upgrading of existing systems to support standards like IEC60870-104, IEC61850 and IEC61970.

Monitoring Requirements of In-coming Renewable Energy Sources The forthcoming renewable energy sources like wind power plants may require special monitoring requirements for SCADA. Cyber- security for Control Centers The development of IP-based network facilitates interconnection and data exchange to external networks within and outside NGCP. This trend exposes the SCADA/EMS to increasing security threats and highlights the need for cyber-security. The SCADA/EMS TDP must consider requirements to ensure that appropriate information security programs are provided for NGCPs SCADA/EMS facilities. Adoption of Open Systems against Proprietary Designs New products have adopted open system design and are moving away from proprietary designs. Systems have moved towards being platform independent in hardware, operating system and software resulting in interchangeability, ease of application and maintenance.

B.3.4 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT Replacement of SCADA systems and equipment are programmed when the following conditions occur: 1. Equipment exceeding service life When equipment has been in service for a long time, significant issues in performance and reliability arise especially when service approaches the equipments economic life. a. Cost. Continued operation of the equipment become more expensive as parts replacement and servicing become frequent. b. Performance and Reliability. These equipment suffer serious performance degradation because of their advanced service life. Additionally, probabilities of sudden failure for this equipment are high and will affect total system reliability. Restoration is difficult due to unavailability of spare parts. For systems, troubleshooting and maintenance will be complicated as manufacturers will terminate their support for the product. In this situation, it becomes more economical to replace the equipment. 2. Obsolete equipment There are equipment that are still within their service life but have been rendered obsolete due to their limited capability, nature of their design, inability to interconnect with other equipment and unavailability of expansion or upgrade options due to terminated manufacturer support. 3. Limited functionality and Capacity Replacement of SCADA/EMS equipment is necessary when design capacity limits are exceeded due to additional performance and functionality requirements. In this case, upgrade or refurbishment will also no longer be an option. 4. Compatibility to evolving standards or prevalent protocols Replacement becomes necessary when performance and functionality of systems or equipment are severely limited due to inability to support developments in industry standards and protocols. This case is particularly applicable to equipment that are not capable of communicating through IP networks and thus cannot be interconnected to IP-based equipment.

B.4 P L A N N I N G C R I T E R I A
B.4.1 TECHNOLOGY PHILOSOPHY SCADA/EMS approach for planning the TDP CAPEX requirements considers current technological developments in modern systems and products. Best practices of other SCADA/EMS organizations provides guide for the selection of appropriate technological solutions of identified requirements with regards to compatibility issues and compliance to regulatory requirements. The selection of the appropriate technological alternative takes consideration to costs as weighed against benefits. The total cost of ownership is evaluated to determine suitability of a particular solution to the requirement as compared to other options. Aside from this, impact to existing operations is considered, not only in disruptions to operations but also to its effect on the current set-up and practices of NGCP. Corporate Commitment to Green Technology A guiding philosophy is to favor alternatives employing environment-friendly technologies to support NGCPs commitment to Green Technology. B.4.2 TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT ROUTE SCADA Systems Architecture Replacement and upgraded SCADA systems shall be based on open system architecture, designed for hardware platform independence using standard technology for servers and workstations. These systems shall use operating systems that allows platform independence and shall take into account developments and directions in operating systems. Communication Interface Plans shall be developed that will promote gradual adoption of IP-based connectivity through replacement of legacy equipment to IP-capable units. This plan is to be synchronized with the deployment of IP-based telecom service to all stations in NGCP. Standard Communications Protocol Wide-spread adoption of new standards in communications protocols influence selection of systems and equipment with these capabilities. Support to protocols like IEC 61850 is considered critical for compatibility to new equipment. The upgrade of existing DNP V3.0 protocol to support TCP/IP shall also be considered for backward compatibility support to installed equipment.

SCADA/EMS RDBMS Database Standard SCADA/EMS shall consider adopting Oracle as the historical database consistent with it being the corporate database de-facto standard. B.4.3 POLICIES SCADA/EMS adopts as part of its planning criteria provisions and requirements as outlined in related corporate and public documents. The proposed plans are directed by policies stated in the following: NGCP Back-up Control Center Policy The establishment of back-up control facilities is required as part of NGCPs policy to ensure continuous operations even during prolonged unavailability of the main control centers. This policy guides the requirements for setting up back-up control facilities. Philippine Grid Code The PGC is a major driver in the development of SCADA/EMS TDP CAPEX plans as most SCADA/EMS requirements for compliance with PGC requirements. SCADA/EMS ensures that programs are consistent with pertinent provisions of the PGC. Government Regulatory Policies Additionally, policy direction from various government agencies and entities provide input to SCADA/EMS TDP programs. Most important consideration are Market Operations policy direction and various ERC policy directions which further clarifies provisions and sets forth detailed requirements of the EPIRA law and the PGC.

B.5 P R O J E C T D E V E L O P M E N T
B.5.1 GUIDELINES CAPEX Classification SCADA/EMS TDP CAPEX requirements are classified accordingly as: 1. Expansion. These refer to system additions and additional equipment needed to service increased SCADA requirements due to new installations and/or required functionalities 2. Upgrade. These refer to works or enhancements intended to extend service life, improve performance or increase capability of installed systems or equipment. 3. Replacement. These refer to new systems and equipment intended to replace existing systems that no longer are economical to operate or no longer deliver the function or purpose they were originally intended to provide. Criteria had been developed to optimize choice in selection of projects and guide towards consistent approach in implementation of identified requirements. System and Equipment Sizing New systems are designed and equipped with enough for anticipated system changes within the TDP period. The system is further provided with 10% spare capacity and is capable to be expanded up to 30% of the design capacity without the need for major refurbishment or upgrade. System sizing and capabilities were selected to provide 30% CPU loading at normal operating conditions and meet functional requirements during the expected economic life. This CPU loading level provides adequate contingency capability to service increased requirements during high system activity conditions. Implementation Implementation of requirements are scheduled such that disruption to the existing system is avoided or minimized, taking into consideration the existing manpower that will be involved in the activities. Most expansion requirements are planned for turnkey implementation (work orders that covers complete works) where these projects cannot be carried out using existing resources or manpower, or beyond the technical capabilities of SCADA personnel.

Upgrades of network components that have exceeded economic life shall be implementedusinginhouseengineeringcapabilities.
B.5.2 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS SCADA/EMS CAPEX requirements are primarily cost items and do not provide direct revenues for NGCP. However, such facilities are essential infrastructure required for the

successful and sustained operation of the grid. Hence, it could be said that SCADA/EMS contributes directly to the revenues generated by the grid operations. Cost-Benefit analysis The economic analysis of SCADA CAPEX requirements can be reduced to making a decision on the proposal for complying with a requirement given several technological alternatives. Total Cost of Ownership Different alternatives ultimately require differing levels of operating and maintenance expenses of installed system. Therefore, decisions on CAPEX requirements should not only focus on acquisition costs but should consider as well all required expenditures relative to the asset over its service life. This total cost of ownership approach considers the impact of such assets on the operating requirements as well as in maintenance expense requirements, including cost of maintaining competent personnel to service the equipment. Technological alternative The selection of a specific solution takes into account the balance between technological maturity and the equipments product life cycle. Systems employing cutting edge technology usually carry risks associated, while equipment approaching the end of its life cycle The choice of a technological alternative could have impact on the total cost of ownership. While newly developed technology usually costs higher, considerations for the selection of appropriate technological should consider which alternative is better suited for future technological development. CAPEX investments can be better safeguarded against accelerated obsolescence if various technologies are evaluated against project technology trends and even against unanticipated developments.

B.5.3 SAFETY AND SECURITY CONCERNS Safety and security considerations influence the development of SCADA projects identified in this TDP. These are evaluated in depth as to the impact on physical, operations and information security in planning the CAPEX requirements and appropriate measures incorporated the projects identified. Operations Continuity Operations continuity guarantees the availability of facilities to ensure continuous operations of SCADA system and equipment in the event of contingencies and during project implementation. Properly managed implementation ensures that operations are not adversely affected during equipment upgrade or replacement. High availability design, redundant facilities and provision of a back-up SCADA system safeguard against loss of control center facilities or functions. Physical considerations Technical specifications in the CAPEX requirements are included that address physical protection of facilities, systems and equipment. Standard design specifies enclosed metal cabinets with equipment securely installed, to protect and limit physical access to interface wiring and equipment. Features are also incorporated in control room facilities and other SCADA installation requirements to protect SCADA assets from fire and other physical hazards. In addition to this, design criteria are established that ensures safe conditions for personnel operating and maintaining this equipment. Information Security SCADA CAPEX projects have been selected to ensure that SCADA/EMS network are at all times separate and not connected directly to the Corporate LAN and other external networks. Where connectivity is required for data exchange, the connection point may be provided with equipment and special provisions to ensure that only authorized traffic is permitted in the connection.

B.6 PROJECT SCHEDULE


B.6.1 Luzon SCADA CAPEX CAPEXPROGRAMS TOTALLUZONSCADACAPEXREQUIREMENTS LUZONEXPANSIONCAPEX SCADA/EMSExpansionProjects ACCSCADAExpansionProjects SubstationAutomationSystemExpansionProjects DataAcquisitionExpansionProjects AuxiliarySystemsExpansionProjects LUZONUPGRADECAPEX SCADA/EMSUpgradeProjects ACCSCADASystemsUpgradeProjects SubstationsAutomationSystemsUpgradeProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsUpgradeProjects AuxiliarySystemsUpgradeProjects LUZONREPLACEMENT SCADA/EMSReplacementProjects ACCSCADASystemsReplacementProjects SubstationsAutomationSystemsReplacementProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsReplacementProjects AuxiliarySystemsReplacementProjects LUZONSPARESREQUIREMENTS LUZONGPEREQUIREMENTS Year 20102019 20102019 20102019 Total(PhPM) 1,934.68 535.62 224.53 12.55 31.15 217.39 50.00 908.73 222.00 82.34 386.59 147.27 70.53 422.51 49.83 7.44 153.23 166.17 45.84 17.44 50.38


20102019 20102019

B.6.1.1 Luzon Expansion CAPEX Requirements ExpansionCAPEXRequirement SCADA/EMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofLuzonSCADADataHistorian HardwareandsoftwarerequirementforImprovementof AranetaEEMS AcquisitionofInformationStorage&RetrievalSystem ACCSCADAEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofLuzonACCLCDMonitors ExpansionofLuzonACCRemoteAccess ExpansionofLuzonACCSecuritySystem ExpansionofMexicoBackupControlCenterAuxiliary Equipment SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofRTUbasedMBSCSystemSoftware DATAACQUISITIONEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofLuzonSCADAIEDmetersforbusvoltage ExpansionofLuzonDACmodulesandboards ExpansionofSCADALuzonWideAreaNetwork ExpansionofSCADAmonitoringforEmbeddedGenerator ExpansionofSCADAmonitoringforLoadEndStation AUXILLARYSYSTEMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS ConstructionofBackupEMSandCLACCBldg Rehabilitation/expansionofNCCSCADAServerRoom RehabilitationofNCC/LRCCControlRoom Year 2013 2010 2010 20112013, 2015 2011 20112012 2011 20112019 2011 20102019 20122013 20162019 20162019 20102011 20102011 2011 Cost(PhPM)

Luzon Expansion CAPEX Requirements (with cost Php M)

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment

Expansion ofLuzon SCADA Data Historian

59.36

59.36

HW&SW require mentfor Improve 1.27 mentof Araraneta EEMS

1.27

Acq.of Info. Storage& Retrieval System

5.3

5.30

Construc tionof Backup 53.56 82.94 EMSand CLACC Bldg Rehab /expan sionof NCC SCADA Server Room

136.50

6.50

5.60

12.10

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment

Rehabof NCC/LRCC Control Room

10.00

10.00

Expansion ofLuzon ACCLCD Monitors

0.50

0.21

0.87

0.64

2.21

Expansion ofLuzon ACC Remote Access)

6.91

6.91

Expansion ofLuzon ACC Security System

1.74

1.69

3.43

Expansion ofRTU based MBSC System Software

3.36

2.84

3.56

3.01

3.76

3.17

3.96

3.34

4.13 31.15

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment Expansion ofLuzon SCADAIED metersfor bus voltage

10.08

10.08

Expansion ofLuzon DAC 4.20 modules and boards

4.97

5.12

5.27

5.42

5.57

5.72

5.86

6.01

6.11 54.25

Expansion ofSCADA Luzon WideArea Network

11.21 6.17

17.38

Expansion ofSCADA mon.for Embdded Generator

17.25 10.62 10.89 11.07 49.83

Expansion ofSCADA monitorng forLoad End Station

20.70 21.24 21.78 22.14 85.86

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment Expansion ofMexico Backup Control Center Auxiliary Equipmnt

50.00

50.00

B.6.1.2 Luzon Upgrade CAPEX Requirements UPGRADECAPEXREQUIREMENT SCADA/EMSUPGRADEPROJECTS NCCBNCCSCADA/EMSUpgrade ACCSCADAUPGRADEPROJECTS Year 20102011 20112013, 2015 20132014 2010 20112019 20112013, 2016 2010,2012 2016 20122013 2011 2011,2013 2010 2011,2013 Cost(PhPM)

LuzonStandAloneACCSCADASystemUpgrade
SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMUPGRADEPROJECTS BCUEquipmentUpgradeofSanManuelandKadampat MBSCSystem UpgradeofDasmarinasandTayabasHMIMBSCSystem Replacement/UpgradeofLuzonMBSCSystem DATAACQUISITIONUPGRADEPROJECTS

UpgradeofAGCControllerforHydroElectricPower PlantsLuzonGrid LuzonRTUTCP/IPBasedInterfaceupgrade UpgradeofLuzonRemoteTerminalUnits


UpgradeofDataConcentrator AUXILLARYSYSTEMSUPGRADEPROJECTS

LuzonACCUPSUpgrade(redundantpowersupply) UpgradeofNCCUPSBatteryMonitoringSystem
UpgradeofACCUPSBatteryMonitoringSystem

LuzonUpgradeCAPEXRequirements(withcostPhpM)
Upgrade Require ment

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Total

NCCBNCC SCADA 42.76 179.24 /EMS Upgrade

222.00

Luzon Stand AloneACC SCADA System Upgrade BCUEqpt Upgrade ofSan Manuel& Kadampat MBSC System

33.37 48.97

82.34

38.80 39.89

78.69

Upgradeof Dasmarinas &Tayabas 5.80 HMIMBSC System

5.80

Repl./ Upgradeof Luzon MBSC System

30.00 30.90 31.80 32.70 33.60 34.50 35.40 36.30 36.90 302.10

Upgrade Require ment Upgrof AGC Controller forHydro Electric Plantsin LuzonGrid

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Total

3.30

0.00 3.50

3.80

4.06

14.65

LuzonRTU TCP/IP Based 3.00 Interface upgrade

5.77 3.71 3.82

3.92

5.87

26.08

Upgrade ofLuzon Remote Terminal Units

9.76 10.05 10.61 10.64 10.93 11.22 11.52 11.81 12.00 98.54

Upgrade ofData Concentra tor

8.00

8.00

LuzonACC UPS Upgrade (redundan tpower supply)

18.94

40.16

59.10

Upgrade Require ment

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Total

Upgrade ofNCC UPS 5.50 Battery Monitorin gSystem

5.50

Upgrade ofACC UPS Battery Monitorin gSystem

1.90

4.03

5.93

B.6.1.3 Luzon Replacement CAPEX Requirements ReplacementCAPEXRequirement SCADA/EMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS ReplacementofNCCProjectionSystem CriticalSparesforLRCC&BNCC SustenanceofLuzonEMS ACCSCADAREPLACEMENTPROJECTS SustenanceofLuzonACCsystem SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMREPLACEMENTPROJECTS ReplacementofMakban,DasmarinasandTayabasMBSC System ReplacementofKadampatandSanManuelMBSC SustenanceforLuzonMBSCSystems ReplacementofBatangasMBSCSystemtoRTUbased monitoring DATAACQUISITIONREPLACEMENTPROJECTS ReplacementofMakban,Dasmarinas&Tayabasanalog transducers ReplacementProgramforSCADAIEDMeters(accuracy) SustenanceforLuzonDAC AUXILLARYSYSTEMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS ReplacementofLuzonACCUPSBatteryBanks ReplacementofLuzonAEMSandAranetaMBSCUPSBattery Bank ReplacementofNewUPS&BatterybankatAranetaEEMS andBACC SustenanceforLuzonAuxilliarySystem Year 2011 2010 20102019 20102019 20142016 2010 20102019 2011 20112012 20132019 20102019 20182019 2010 2010 20102019 Cost(PhPM)

LuzonReplacementCAPEXRequirements(withcostPhpM)

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Replacemnt ofNCC Projection System

25.00

25.00

Critical Sparesfor 6.78 LRCC&BNCC

6.78

Sustenance 1.50 ofLuzonEMS

1.92

0.13

1.97

3.17

0.18

3.48

2.51

2.06

1.12 18.05

Sustenance ofLuzonACC system Replacemnt ofMakban, Dasmarinas andTayabas MBSC System

1.75

1.80

1.90

2.00

7.44

15.00 15.00 15.00

45.00

Replacemnt ofMakban, Dasmarinas 5.60 andTayabas analog transducers* ** Replacemnt ofKadampat andSan 26.90 Manuel MBSC

5.60

11.20

26.90

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Sustenance forLuzon MBSC Systems Replacement ofBatangas MBSC Systemto RTUbased monitoring System(for cancellation) Replacement Programfor SCADAIED Meters (accuracy)

4.51

5.57

6.97

6.52

7.38

6.89

7.79

7.99

8.19

8.33 70.13

3.36

3.36

5.30

5.45

5.60

5.75

5.90

6.05

6.15 40.20

Sustenance forLuzon DAC

4.60

9.93 10.56 12.09 11.28 12.33 14.78 15.35 14.94 16.74 122.61

Replacement ofLuzonACC UPSBattery Banks

14.37 3.17 17.55

Replacement ofLuzon AEMSand 1.50 Araneta MBSCUPS BatteryBank SupplyLabor &Materilas for replacement 0.83 ofNewUPS &Battbnkat Araneta AEEMS& BACC

1.50

0.83

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Sustenance forLuzon Auxilliary System

4.30

4.23

2.22

3.18

5.13

3.36

3.54

25.96

B.6.1.4 Luzon Spares CAPEX Requirements


Spare Require ments NIOTII1 Phase, 120V/220V Interface Card

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

0.191

0.191

Cable, Control, 6CX3.5MM

2.180

2.180

ALIP01card 0.292 80/300V

0.292

ALIP02 PowerSupply 0.146 Card 300/600V

0.146

Bridge1/2 CSMONO 730ACN

0.565

0.565

CCCH23 standard 0.265 60hzControl Card

0.265

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

CGCH00 6Pulse 0.156 Charger BridgeDriver

0.156

CISO11 SinglePhase 0.359 Interface Card

0.359

RCOSnubber 0.040 Card

0.040

SEMIPACK Module,TH 0.108 500A,1200V

0.108

Thyristor ST330S12P

0.504

0.504

DisplayCard, 0.138 CDCH00

0.138

Evaporator (EVP1172)

0.163

0.163

Spare Require ments Valve,Oil Drain,1/4", SAEX1/4", NPT (VAL5667)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

0.003

0.003

Valve, Solenoid (VAL6571)

0.026

0.026

Strainer3" (SRA0825)

0.007

0.007

Sensor,SMM Temperature 0.028 Sensor(SEN 1321)

0.028

Starter(SRT 0809)

0.010

0.010

Starter(SRT 0811)

0.013

0.013

Block,Power Circuit Terminal 0.005 Strip175A/ 600VAC

0.005

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Disconnect Switch(SWT 0.042 3077)

0.042

COPS13 EXOND

0.412

0.412

IGBT Transistor 1.325 1200V/200V

1.325

DriverIGBT CDIM02 SUPERIEUR IG*1

0.258

0.258

Valve, Expansion 7/8"X1/8" (VAL6573)

0.015

0.015

Control Phase Reversal Protector

0.003

0.003

Valve,Relief, 1/2",NPT 0.009 (Val6568)

0.009

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Valve,Angle 0.001 (VAL6569)

0.001

Valve,Angle 0.003 (6570)

0.003

Drier,Filter, C307S7/8 0.002 (DHY0844)

0.002

SerialWAN Interface Card

0.052

0.052

Ethernet WAN Interface Card

0.010

0.010

Cable, Data, Stranded Cable

0.111

0.111

Cable, Control, 24CX2.0 Sq.MM

1.024

1.024

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Cable, Control, 4CX2.0MM

0.324

0.324

Cable,Royal Cord 0.056 Stranded

0.056

Board, Interface Module CM0842

0.238

0.238

Cable, Indication, 0.470 60C20AWG

0.470

Meter(Bus Voltage)

3.360

3.360

Meter (Intelligent Electronic1 Amp)

0.197

0.197

Meter Intelligent 0.393 Electronic,5 Amp)

0.393

Spare Require ments Meter (Intelligent Electronic, Futura)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

1.142

1.142

SATMBSC CM0842

0.631

0.631

SATMBSC CP2000

0.294

0.294

SATMBSC CP2002

0.237

0.237

SATMBSC DI1113

0.171

0.171

SATMBSC DO2201

0.205

0.205

SATMBSC LANTime GPS

0.550

0.550

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

SATMBSC Module AI1304

0.278

0.278

SATMBSC Module Power Supply

0.425

0.425

B.6.1.5 Luzon GPE CAPEX Requirements

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

LAN Monitoring System

4.00

3.09

7.09

HammerDrill 0.02

0.04

Vacuum Cleaner

0.07

0.04

0.11

Toolbag(w/ assorted electronic& electrical tools)

0.00

0.29

0.31

0.34

0.94

Crimping Tools

0.03

0.03

0.04

0.10

Shortrange Communica tionRadio

0.16

0.09

0.10

0.34

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

LoadBank

1.00

1.12

2.12

Two(2)HP windowtype ACUforACC 0.18 Battery Room

0.18

Mini Vacuum

0.03

0.05

0.06

0.14

Protocol Analyzer

0.48

2.12

2.36

4.96

Power Analyzer

0.50

1.12

1.62

Solderingand Desoldering 0.08 Station

0.09

0.17

Oscillos cope

0.40

0.40

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Laboratory AirFilter

0.06

0.07

0.13

AVR (forNCC UPS)

5.60

5.60

Projector

0.05

0.06

0.06

0.17

FiberOptic Analyzer (w/Test Equipment)

0.50

0.55

0.59

1.64

LANAnalyzer

0.60

0.65

0.71

1.96

Electric Tinsnips

0.02

0.02

Power Supply 0150VDC

0.10

0.11

0.21

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

HeatPress

0.10

0.11

0.12

0.12

0.44

Storagerack

0.24

0.04

0.05

0.33

SplicingKit (Fiber)

0.41

0.45

0.48

1.34

AirBlower

0.01

0.01

Bench Grinder

0.02

0.02

0.04

RTU/MBSC Maintenance &Configura tionTerminal

0.30

0.32

0.34

0.35

0.37

1.68

EMS Workstation

0.70

0.72

0.76

0.80

0.85

3.83

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Personnel Protective Equipment

0.68

0.68

0.70

0.72

0.74

0.76

0.78

0.80

0.82

0.84

7.53

Program mableLED Electronic Display

2.00

2.12

2.24

2.36

2.46 11.18

DigitalClamp 0.06 Ammeter

0.07

0.07

0.20

ElectricDrill

0.01

0.03

0.04

0.08

CableTag Marker (Hms/Dacs)

0.03

0.14

0.16

0.17

0.50

DigitalIC Tester

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.20

UltraSonic Board Cleaner

0.10

0.12

0.22

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

UpgradeOf Realflex SoftwareFor Araneta

0.99

0.99

AudioVisual Aides/ Projection System

0.23

0.23

Filling Cabinet

0.10

0.10

Portable Megger

0.34

0.34

Cable Locator

0.47

0.47

MultiTester

0.05

0.05

B6.2 Visayas SCADA CAPEX

CAPEXPROGRAMS TOTALVISAYASSCADACAPEXREQUIREMENTS VISAYASEXPANSIONCAPEX SCADA/EMSExpansionProjects ACCSCADAExpansionProjects SubstationAutomationSystemExpansionProjects DataAcquisitionExpansionProjects AuxiliarySystemsExpansionProjects VISAYASUPGRADECAPEX SCADA/EMSUpgradeProjects ACCSCADASystemsUpgradeProjects SubstationsAutomationSystemsUpgradeProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsUpgradeProjects AuxiliarySystemsUpgradeProjects VISAYASREPLACEMENTCAPEX SCADA/EMSReplacementProjects ACCSCADASystemsReplacementProjects SubstationsAutomationSystemsReplacementProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsReplacementProjects AuxiliarySystemsReplacementProjects VISAYASSPARESCAPEX VISAYASGPECAPEX Year 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 Total(PhPM) 828.88 180.25 27.60 0.00 6.00 82.60 64.05 133.5 0.00 17.50 64.00 52.00 0.00 321.85 46.05 36.10 88.97 91.81 58.92 131.79 61.49

B.6.2.1 Visayas Expansion CAPEX Requirements EXPANSIONCAPEXREQUIREMENT SCADA/EMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofVisayasBackupRCCRequirementsforData Historian InstallationofSoftware&HardwareatERCCMandaueSS SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMEXPANSIONPROJECTS InstallationofnewVisayasSCADAHMI DATAACQUISITIONEXPANSIONPROJECTS InstallationofnewGBPCSCADARTU InstallationofnewEDCPlantSCADARTU ExpansionofRedundantTelemetryatCriticalSubstation InstallationofnewVisayasAGCcontrollers ExpansionofVisayasWideAreaRealTimeMeasurement AUXILLARYSYSTEMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS ExpansionofVisayasACCUPSsystem BNCCACPowersupplyExpansion 2KVAUPSwith48VDCOutput SCADAServerRoomEquipmentFacilities&Auxiliaries expansion ExpansionofSCADAServer&TelecomNMS BNCCAirconExpansion Year 20102011 2010 20132014 2011 2011 20102012 20122013 2016 20102011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 Cost(PhPM) 18.66 16.96 1.70 6.00 6.00 82.60 5.60 42.00 22.00 5.00 8.00 83.63 38.00 24.75 1.30 5.00 3.94 10.64

VisayasExpansionCAPEXRequirement(withcostPhPM)
Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment Expansion ofVisayas Backup RCC 8.00 Requiremts forData Historian SCADA Server Room Equipment 5.00 Facilities& Auxiliaries expansion

8.96

16.96

5.00

Installation ofnew Visayas SCADAHMI

3.00

3.00

6.00

Installation ofnew GBPC SCADARTU

5.60

5.60

Installation ofnewEDC Plant SCADARTU

18.00 24.00

42.00

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment Expansion of Redundant 6.00 Telemetry atCritical Substation

8.00

8.00

22.00

Installation ofnew Visayas AGC controllers

3.00

2.00

5.00

Expansion ofVisayas WideArea RealTime Measuremt

8.00

8.00

Expansion ofVisayas 20.00 18.00 ACCUPS system

38.00

BNCCAC Power 24.75 supply Expansion

24.75

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ment

Expansion ofSCADA Server& Telecom NMS

3.94

3.94

BNCC Aircon Expansion

4.64

6.00 10.64

2KVAUPS with48VDC 1.30 Output

1.30

Installation ofSoftware & Hardware 1.70 atERCC Mandaue S/S

1.70

B.6.2.2 Visayas Upgrade CAPEX Requirements UPGRADECAPEXREQUIREMENT ACCUPGRADEPROJECTS UpgradeofVisayasACCSCADASystem SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMUPGRADEPROJECTS MBSCSystemUpgrade(Banilad,MactanandMandaueSS) MBSCSystemUpgrade(BacolodSS) MBSCSystemUpgrade(Naga,Suba&AmlanSS) UpgradeequipmentofSta.BarbaraMBSCHMI&servers DATAACQUISITIONUPGRADEPROJECTS VisayasRTUupgrade VisayasRTUTCP/IPBasedInterfaceupgrade UpgradeofVisayasGPSTimeSynchronizationSystem Year 2010,2018 2011 2011 2015 2010 20102011 20112012 2013 Cost(PhPM) 17.50 17.50 64.00 15.00 9.00 15.00 25.00 52.00 17.00 30.00 5.00

VisayasUpgradeCAPEXRequirements(withcostPhpM)
Upgrade Require ment

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Total

Upgrade ofVisayas 7.50 ACC SCADA System MBSC System Upgrade (Banilad, Mactan and Mandaue SS) MBSC System Upgrade (Bacolod SS) MBSC System Upgrade (Naga, Suba& AmlanSS)

15.00

22.50

15.00

15.00

9.00

9.00

15.00

15.00

Visayas RTU upgrade

5.0 12.00

17.00

Upgrade Require ment

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Total

Visayas RTU TCP/IP Based Interface upgrade

15.00 15.00

30.00

Upgradeof VisayasGPS Time Syncronizati onSystem

5.00

5.00

Upgrade equipment ofSta. 25.00 Barbara MBSCHMI &servers

25.00

B.6.2.3 Visayas Replacement CAPEX Requirements REPLACEMENTCAPEXREQUIREMENT SCADA/EMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS Year 20102019 2012 20112019 2014 20102019 2010 2018 2019 2019 20102019 20132014 20102019 20102011, 20162017 2010,2019 Cost(PhPM) 46.05 31.05 15.00 36.10 18.10 18.00 88.97 22.66 3.31 24.00 15.00 24.00 91.81 33.81 58.00 58.92 23.92 24.00 11.00

SustenanceofVisayasEMS ReplacementofBNCCProjectionSystem
ACCREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

SustenanceofVisayasACCSystem
ReplacementofVisayasACCSCADASystem SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

SustenanceofVisayasMBSCSystem MandaueMBSCServerReplacement ReplacementofCebu,Mactan&MandaueMBSC ReplacementofBacolodMBSC ReplacementNaga,Suba&AmlanMBSC


DATAACQUISITIONREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

SustenanceofVisayasDAC
ReplacementofVisayasRTU AUXILLARYSYSTEMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

SustenanceofVisayasAuxiliarySystem ReplacementofVisayasACCUPSBatteries Replacementof48VDCBatteries

VisayasReplacementCAPEXRequirements(withcostPhPM)
Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments

Replace mentof BNCC Projection System Replace mentofVis. ACCSCADA System

15.00

15.00

18.00

18.00

Replace mentof VisayasRTU

26.00 32.00

58.00

Replace mentof VisayasACC 3.00 5.00 UPS Batteries Replace mentof 48VDC Batteries Replace mentof Bacolod MBSC

8.00

8.00

24.00

4.00

7.00

11.00

15.00 15.00

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments

Replace mentof Cebu, Mactan& Mandaue MBSC Replace mentNaga, Suba& Amlan MBSC

24.00

24.00

24.00 24.00

Sustenance ofVisayas 4.00 2.26 2.92 2.00 2.00 1.24 2.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 23.92 Auxiliary System

Sustenance ofVisayas 1.05 3.00 EMS

4.00

4.00

4.00

5.00

5.00

5.00 31.05

Sustenance ofVisayas ACCSystem

1.80

1.80

2.0

1.00

2.0

2.0

2.5

2.5

2.5

18.10

Sustenance ofVisayas 3.40 3.92 2.14 MBSC System

2.2

1.00

1.00

2.0

2.0

2.5

2.5

22.66

Sustenance ofVisayas 6.23 5.94 3.94 2.70 2.00 2.00 DAC

2.5

2.5

3.0

3.0

33.81

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments

Mandaue MBSC Server Replace ment

3.31

3.31

B.6.2.4 Visayas Spares CAPEX Requirements Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

1kVABattery 0.075 Charger

0.075

6KVABattery 0.15 Charger

0.15

DapServer

2.36

2.36

Digital Display,IRIG 0.69 BInput

0.69

Digital Display, SerialInput

0.62

0.62

FallBack Switch

0.15

0.15

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

GED20 0.99 AnalogBoard

0.99

GED20 Serial Ethernet Interface Converter

3.19

3.19

GED20 0.23 StatusBoard

0.23

GED20 WesdacME Board

0.82

0.82

Intelligent Electronic Device(IED)

1.25

1.25

Intelligent Electronic Device (MI400)

0.08

0.08

Intelligent Electronic Device (MI7140)

0.10

0.10

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

LON Communicati 0.17 onCard

0.17

MBSCServer 0.11 Storage

0.11

Motherboard 0.22

0.22

MTI3500 RaidPower Supply

0.32

0.32

Paperless Recorder

0.23

0.23

Processor Boardfor EMS Workstation

0.68

0.68

StarCoupler Extension Card

0.17

0.17

Spare Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Transducer, Voltage

0.06

0.06

B.6.2.5 Visayas GPE CAPEX Requirements GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

RTUMain tenance& 1.00 Configura tionTerminal

1.01

1.00

3.01

EMSPrinters

0.34

0.50

0.84

SEDOffice Furniture

2.46

2.50

4.96

SCADA Network Monitoring System

5.60

6.00

11.60

Battery Tester& Monitor

2.00

4.48

5.0

11.48

DCVoltage/ Current Standard

2.24

2.50

4.74

Protocol Analyzer

1.12

1.50

2.62

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Soldering& Desoldering Station

0.27

.30

0.57

Transducer/ IED 6.00 Calibrator

6.00

12.00

Tools& Installation Kits

1.68

2.0

3.68

PowerTools

0.336

0.336

0.35

0.35

1.37

FiberOptic Analyzer

1.20

1.50

2.70

Hydraulic Crimper

0.10

0.10

Interface Upgrade (Asecom Analyzer)

0.11

0.11

GPE Require ments Sensor, Intelligent Environ mental Monitoring

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

0.24

0.25

0.49

PortableSelf Contained 0.60 Digital Oscilloscope

0.60

Frequency Meter

0.21

0.21

Aircon ditioningof 0.04 LHEPBattery Room

0.04

UPSControl Board

0.30

0.30

Intelligent PDU

0.07

0.07

B6.3 Mindanao SCADA CAPEX CAPEXPROGRAMS TOTALMINDANAOSCADACAPEXREQUIREMENTS MINDANAOEXPANSIONCAPEX SCADA/EMSExpansionProjects ACCSCADAExpansionProjects SubstationAutomationSystemExpansionProjects DataAcquisitionExpansionProjects AuxiliarySystemsExpansionProjects MINDANAOUPGRADECAPEX SCADA/EMSUpgradeProjects ACCSCADASystemsUpgradeProjects SubstationsAutomationSystemsUpgradeProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsUpgradeProjects AuxiliarySystemsUpgradeProjects MINDANAOREPLACEMENTCAPEX SCADA/EMSReplacementProjects ACCSCADASystemsReplacementProjects DataAcquisitionSystemsReplacementProjects AuxiliarySystemsReplacementProjects MINDANAOSPARESCAPEX MINDANAOGPECAPEX 20102019 20102019 90.67 20102019 20102019 Year 20102019 Total(PhPM) 2,114.10 398.89 23.10 16.72 21.30 337.77 0.00 1,006.44 214.00 85.24 660.40 46.80 0.00 618.10 200.72 45.19 61.44 171.40 139.35

SubstationsAutomationSystemsReplacementProjects

B.6.3.1 Mindanao Expansion CAPEX Requirements ExpansionCAPEXRequirement SCADA/EMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS InstallationofSCADA/EMSLaboratoryFacilities Acquisition/Inst.ofUserInterfaceandLicenseforSIEMENS SpectrumPowerCC RelocationofEmergencySCADAtoNewMRCCBuilding, IliganCity ACCSCADAEXPANSIONPROJECTS InstallationofACCGPStimesynchronizationsystem SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMEXPANSIONPROJECTS InstallationofMMIforSubstationautomation DATAACQUISITIONEXPANSIONPROJECTS Installation&rewiringofRTUinterfaceaffectedbynew ProtectiveRelays&UpgradingofIEDsinPlants&S/S Installation,wiring&commissioningofIEDnetworkhubsfor allplantsandsubstations Acquisition,InstallationandCommissioningof CommunicationsInterfacebetweenremotestations, RTU,ACCorSCADA/EMSMasterStation InstallationofRedundantTelemetryforcriticalSubstations InstallationofSCADAMonitoring&ControlofMindanao SubstationExpansionunderTDP InstallationofIEDsforCustomermetering InstallationandRewiringofRTUInterfacesAffectedbyBFR UpgradeinMindanaoGrid AUXILLARYSYSTEMSEXPANSIONPROJECTS Year 2011 2010 2010 2011,2013, 2016 20112013, 2016,2018 20112014, 2016,2018 20112013 20112014, 2016,2018 20102012, 20152016, 2018 20162019 2010 Cost(PhPM) 23.1 17.2 0.9 5.0 16.72 16.72 21.3 21.3 337.77 29.68 92.08 14.96 63.6 54.76 80.0 2.69 0.00

Mindanao Expansion CAPEX Requirements (with cost, PhpM)

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Installation of SCADA/EM S Laboratory Facilities Inst.& rewiringof RTUinterf. affectedby newProt. Relays& UpgrofIED metersin Plants& Inst.,wiring S/Sinthe &comm. Mindanao ofIED Grid network hubsforall plantsand substations Acq.,Inst. &Comm. ofComm. Interfbet remote stns,RTU, ACCor SCADA/EM SMaster Station Installation ofMMIfor Substation automa tion

7.2

10.0

17.2

6.72

4.48

4.48

15.68

25.56 25.08 10.44 11.0

10.0

10.0

92.08

4.0

5.48

5.48

10.96

7.1

7.1

7.1

21.3

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Installation of Redundant Telemetry forcritical Substation

11.8

11.8

10.0

10.0

43.6

Installation ofACCGPS time synchro ization system Inst.of SCADA Mon.& Controlof Mindanao Substation Expansion underTDP

6.72

6.72

8.0

17.4

8.36

5.0

7.0

7.0

7.0

51.76

Installation ofIEDsfor Customer metering

20.0

20.0 20.0

20.0

80.0

Acquisition /Inst.of User Interface& 0.9 Licensefor SIEMENS Spectrum PowerCC

0.9

Expansion Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Relocation of Emergency SCADAto NewMRCC Building, IliganCity

5.0

5.0

Inst.& Rewiringof RTU Interfaces 2.69 Affectedby BFR Upgradein Mindanao Grid

2.69

B.6.3.2 Mindanao Upgrade CAPEX Requirements UPGRADECAPEXREQUIREMENT SCADA/EMSUPGRADEPROJECTS UpgradingofSCADAatMRCCIligan UpgradingofSCADA/EMS(Carmen,MRCC) ACCSCADAUPGRADEPROJECTS UpgradeofMindanaoACCMMIwithpowersupply SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMUPGRADEPROJECTS Year 2016 2017 20122013,2017 2018 20112019 20112015,2017, 2019 Cost(PhPM) 214.00 80.00 160.00 85.24 85.24 660.40 660.40 46.80 46.8

UpgradingofmonitoringandcontrolsofMBSC
DATAACQUISITIONUPGRADEPROJECTS MindanaoRTUTCP/IPBasedInterfaceupgrade

Mindanao Upgrade CAPEX Requirements (with cost, PhpM) Upgrade Require ments Upgradingof Mindanao AreaControl CenterMMI withPower supply Upgradingof Mindanao RTUTCP/IP based interface Upgradingof SCADA/EMS (Carmen, MRCC)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

14.8 10.44

30.0

30.0

105.24

5.6

5.6

5.6

5.0

5.0

26.8

150.0

150.0

Upgradingof SCADAat MRCC Iligan

70.0

70.0

Upgradingof monitoring andcontrols forMBSC

120.4 74.4

86.8

67.2

18.6

40.0

50.0

50.0

50.0 557.4

B.6.3.3 Mindanao Replacement CAPEX Requirements


REPLACEMENTCAPEXREQUIREMENT SCADA/EMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS Year 20102011 20122016, 20182019 20102015, 20172019 2011,2013, 20162019 20102015 20112019 20112012, 2017,2019 20102019 2017 2010,2016 2010 2010 20102014, 20172019 2012,2015, 2017,2019 Cost(PhPM) 200.72 142.0 58.72 45.19 45.19 61.44 61.44 171.40 26.8 48.88 21.2 74.52 139.35 25.0 33.8 5.81 1.07 59.18 14.48

Inst,Testing&comm.ofnewSCADA/EMS(Carmen,CDO)
SustenanceofMindanaoRCCSCADA/EMS ACCREPLACEMENTPROJECTS SustenanceofMindanaoACCs SUBSTATIONAUTOMATIONSYSTEMREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

SustenanceofMindanaoMBSC
DATAACQUISITIONREPLACEMENTPROJECTS ReplacementofVoltage,FrequencyandPPMTransducers ReplacementofIED/Multifunctionmeters ReplacementofdefectiveWaterLevelsensors SustenanceofMindanaoDACs AUXILLARYSYSTEMSREPLACEMENTPROJECTS

Inst.ofUPS&StructrdCablingforMindanaoSCADA/EMS
Inst.ofUPS&structrdcablingforSCADA/EMS(IliganCity) Inst.ofSec.Access,CCTV&FireProt.forSCADAServer&Load FurnitureConsoleforSCADAEqpt&LoadDispatchArena, Iligan ReplacementofBatterybanksandChargerswithMicro processor SustenanceofMindanaoSCADAAuxiliarySystem

Mindanao Replacement CAPEX Requirements (with cost, PhpM) Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Inst,Testing &comm.of new SCADA/EMS (Carmen, CDO) Inst.ofUPS &Structrd Cablingfor Mindanao SCADA/EMS Inst.ofUPS &structrd cablingfor SCADA/EMS (IliganCity) Inst.ofSec. Access,CCTV &FireProt. forSCADA Server& Load Dispatch Furniture Arena,Iligan Consolefor City SCADAEqpt &Load Dispatch Arena,Iligan City Replacemnt ofBattery banksand Chargers withMicro processor basedunits Replacemnt forNetwork ofVoltage, Integration Frequency andPPM Transducers forSCADA Monitoring 30 112 142.0

20.0 20.0 40.0

8.8 8.8

5.81 5.81

1.07 1.07

9.5

6.88

6.56

6.24

6.0

8.0

8.0

8.0

59.18

5.0

4.6

4.6

4.6

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

42.8

Replacement Require 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total ments Replace mentofIED /Multi function metersfor SCADA Monitoring Replace mentof defective WaterLevel sensorsfor SCADA monitoring Sustenance ofMindanao RCC SCADA/EMS

10.0

5.92

5.0

5.0

5.0

6.0

6.0

5.0

5.0

52.92

6.72

4.48

5.0

5.0

21.2

6.6

5.12

5.0

4.0

10.0

10.0

13.0

15.0 68.72

Sustenance ofMindanao MBSC

10.72

10.72

10.0

10.0

12.0

12.0

14.0 79.44

Sustenance ofMindanao 5.63 ACCs

5.6

4.96

4.72

3.28

3.0

6.0

9.0

9.0

11.0 62.19

Sustenance ofMindanao DACs

6.0

7.84

6.72

8.96

5.0

5.0

7.0

9.0

9.0

10.0 74.52

Sustenance ofMindanao SCADA Auxiliary System

2.24

2.24

5.0

5.0

14.48

B.6.3.4 Mindanao Spares CAPEX Requirements Spares Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

EMSServer

2.6

2.0

2.0

1.5

3.0

3.0

4.0

4.5

22.6

FEP

1.0

0.92

0.9

0.8

2.0

2.0

3.0

3.5 14.12

RAID Storage

1.0

0.8

0.8

0.75

2.0

2.0

2.5

3.0 12.85

EMSHMI Work stations

0.5

0.3

0.3

0.25

1.5

1.5

2.0

2.0

8.35

EMS Network Devices

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.1

0.3

0.3

0.5

0.5

2.1

Projection Systems

1.0

0.7

0.7

0.5

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

6.3

Power Supply Auxiliaries

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.5

1.8

Spares Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

ACCServer

2.0

2.0

1.8

1.8

1.4

1.4

2.8

3.5

3.5

3.5

23.7

ACCHMI 1.0 Workstation

1.0

0.9

0.8

0.5

0.5

1.0

2.0

2.0

2.5

12.2

ACCLCD Monitor

0.5

0.5

0.36 0.32 0.28

0.2

0.4

0.8

0.8

1.5

5.66

ACC Networking 0.63 Devices

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.6

0.5

3.73

ACCDigital Display& GPSSystem

1.0

1.0

0.9

0.8

0.6

0.6

1.2

1.6

1.6

2.0

11.3

ACCPower Supply

0.5

0.9

0.8

0.8

0.3

0.1

0.2

0.5

0.5

1.0

5.6

MBSC Server

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

5.0

29.0

Spares Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

MBSCHMI Work station

3.0

3.0

2.5

2.5

3.0

3.0

3.5

20.5

Bay Controller Unit

3.2

3.2

3.0

3.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

24.4

MBSC Network Devices

0.52

0.52

0.5

0.5

1.0

1.0

1.5

5.54

RTUBoards

2.0

2.0

2.0

2.5

1.8

1.8

2.0

2.5

2.5

3.0

21.1

Trans ducers/ IEDs

1.4

1.34

2.0

2.2

1.3

1.3

1.5

2.24 2.24 2.74 18.86

Autosynch Devices

0.6

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.5

0.5

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.8

7.2

AGCEquip ment

0.4

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.4

0.4

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

4.7

Spares Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Conver ters

0.6

0.8

0.6

1.16

0.6

0.6

0.8

1.16 1.16 1.16 8.64

UPSSystem

1.0

1.8

0.82

1.8

0.4

0.4

1.4

1.8

1.8

1.8 10.02

MRCCUPS Parts

1.0

1.0

2.0

2.0

6.0

MRCC Battery Banks

0.94

0.94

2.0

2.0

5.88

MRCC GensetParts

0.3

0.3

1.0

1.0

2.6

B.6.3.5 Mindanao GPE CAPEX Requirements GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Adaptor, 0.02 USBPCMCIA

0.02

0.05

0.075 0.147

Ammeter, Clamp, Digital

0.042

0.047

0.15

0.2

0.439

Case, Transporting, 0.027 0.056 Hard

0.075

0.158

Cleaner, Vaccum

0.03 0.034

0.35

0.05 0.149

Drill,electric 0.05

0.056

0.06

0.075 0.241

Injector, Signal, Voltage/ Frequency

0.028

0.5

0.75 1.278

Calibrator, Equipment, Frequency

0.672

1.0

1.672

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Calibrator, Universal

4.0

1.12

4.0

4.0

13.12

Crimping tools

0.02 0.022

0.075

0.05

0.05 0.217

Grinder, Bench

0.03 0.034

0.05

0.114

Jigsaw

0.05 0.056

0.075

0.05

0.231

Multimeter Digital

0.092

0.069

0.015

0.015 0.191

Puncher, Hydraulic

0.02

0.22

0.25

0.25

0.74

Radio,Two way

0.05 0.056

0.075

0.156

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Software,MS 0.035 0.039 SQL

0.074

Software, Crystal Report

0.03

0.034

0.064

Software, Windows Server

0.06

0.067

0.127

Soldering/ Desoldering 0.05 Station

0.15

0.15

0.35

TagMarker, 0.015 Cable

0.078

0.15

0.2

0.093

TestSet, Main tenance

0.6

0.672

1.75

3.022

TestSet, Battery

0.95 0.011

1.5

1.5

3.961

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

TestSet, VideoCard

0.012 0.013

0.012

0.03

0.067

Tester,Three 1.0 PhaseAngle

1.12

1.5

1.8

5.42

Tester, Network

0.05

0.011

0.01

0.1

0.171

Tester, Battery

2.0

1.0

3.0

ToolKit

0.05 0.056

0.05

0.075

0.075 0.306

ToolBag

0.15 0.202

0.18

0.2

0.2

0.932

Light, Emergency

0.02 0.013

0.012

0.025

0.07

GPE Require ments Crimper,RJ 11&RJ45 (15,000 each)

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

0.015 0.067

0.12

0.202

Tester,Bit ErrorRate

0.9

0.9

0.9

2.7

Oscillos 0.562 cope,Digital

0.9

1.6

3.058

Converter, DC/DC

0.08 0.089

0.16

0.2

0.2

0.73

Protocol Analyzer

0.8

0.896

1.2

2.896

Meter, Temperature 0.15 &Humidity, IPBased

0.17

0.15

0.468

Tester,Multi, Digital

0.112

0.1

0.15

0.15 0.512

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

Multiplier, Multi 0.04 0.081 purposetool

0.072

0.075

0.075

0.343

Converter, RS232RS485

0.34

0.34

0.5

0.5

1.48

Suppressor Transient Voltage Surge

0.24

0.3

0.3

0.45

1.29

CCTVLens

0.15

0.45

0.45

1.05

MBSC Simulator

2.0

2.0

2.0

6.0

Surge Protector, RS232/ RS485

0.5

0.5

0.5

1.5

Automatic Voltage Regulator, 5KVA

0.6

0.8

0.8

2.2

GPE Require ments

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Total

FiberOptic Fusion Equipment

1.5

1.5

2.0

5.0

B6.4 SCADA CAPEX SUMMARY B.6.4.1 SCADA EXPANSION CAPEX REQUIREMENTS

ExpansionRequirements SCADA/EMS MasterStationExpansion ServerRoom&OtherFacilitiesExpansion ACCSCADASystems ACCSCADAExpansion SubstationsAutomationSystems MBSCInstallationandexpansion Expansion/RedundantMBSCmonitoring DataAcquisitionSystems SCADARTUInstallations AddlDACControl&Monitoring WideAreaRealTimeMeasuremnt AuxillarySystems PowerSupplyExpansion OtherFacilities

Luzon 224.53 65.93 158.60 12.55 12.55 31.15 31.15 0.00 217.39 189.94 27.46 0.00 50.00 50.00 0.00

Visayas Mindanao 27.60 18.66 8.94 0.00 0.00 6.00 6.00 0.00 82.60 47.60 27.00 8.00
64.05

Total 126.70 72.70 54.00 24.50 24.50 160.00 111.00 49.00 799.97 604.50 155.47 40.00 118.69 49.19 69.50

23.10 5.90 17.20 16.72 16.72 21.30 21.30 0.00 337.77 54.76 283.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

93.25 10.64

B.6.4.2 SCADA UPGRADE CAPEX REQUIREMENTS

WorkOrdersforUpgrade SCADA/EMS MasterStationUpgrade ACCSCADASystems ACCSCADAUpgrade SubstationsAutomationSystems MBSCsystemUpgrade DataAcquisitionSystems RTUUpgrade TCP/IPConnectionofRTU AGCControllerUpgrade OtherDACFacilitiesUpgrade AuxillarySystems UPSUpgrade

Luzon 222.00 179.24 82.34 82.34 386.59 385.59 147.27 106.54 26.08 14.65 0.00 70.53 70.53

Visayas 0.00 0.00 17.50 17.50 64.00 64.00 52.00 17.00 30.00 0.00 5.00 0.00 0.00

Mindanao 240.00 240.00 85.24 85.24 660.40 660.40 46.80 0.00 46.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Total 322 279.24 159.84 159.84 549.19 548.19 318.63 173.34 101.32 14.65 29.32 85.53 85.53

B.6.4.3 SCADA REPLACEMENT CAPEX REQUIREMENTS Replacement Requirements SCADA/EMS EMS Replacement Replacement of Projection System Sustenance of EMS System ACC SCADA Systems ACC SCADA Replacement Sustenance of ACC System Substations Automation Systems Replacement of MBSC System Sustenance of MBSC System Data Acquisition Systems Replacement of RTU Replacement of DAC system Sustenance of DAC System Auxillary Systems UPS Replacement Aircon Replacement Replacement of Battery Banks Other Facilities Sustenance of UPS System Luzon 49.83 6.78 25.00 18.05 7.44 0.00 7.44 153.23 83.10 70.13 166.17 3.36 40.20 122.61 45.84 0.00 0.00 19.88 0.00 25.96 Visayas 46.05 0.00 15.00 31.05 36.10 18.00 18.10 88.97 66.31 22.66 91.81 58.00 0.00 33.81 58.92 0.00 0.00 35.00 0.00 23.92 Mindanao 200.72 142.00 0.00 58.72 45.19 0.00 45.19 61.44 0.00 61.44 172.20 0.00 96.68 74.52 139.34 58.80 0.00 59.18 6.88 14.48 Total 304.24 178.78 73.44 52.02 173.74 148.2 25.54 299.2 203.1 96.1 345.28 104.16 84.7 156.42 191.84 48.08 0.00 53.88 40.00 49.88

B.6.4.4 SCADA SPARES REQUIREMENTS

SparesRequirements SustenanceofSCADA/EMS SustenanceofACCSCADASystems SustenanceofMBSCSystems SustenanceofDACSystems SustenanceofAuxiliarySystems TotalSparesRequirements B.6.4.5 SCADA GPE REQUIREMENTS GPERequirements Microcomputer&Accessories ComputerAuxilliaries OfficeFurniture&Equipment LaboratoryEquipment ToolsShop&GarageEquipment TransportationEquipment PowerOperatedEquipment CommunicationEquipment MiscellaneousEquipment

Luzon 0.062 0.00 3.029 9.257 5.089 17.44

Visayas 23.92 33.30 18.10 22.66 33.81 131.79

Mindanao 58.72 45.19 61.44 74.52 14.48 254.35

Total

Luzon 50.38 15.94 0.00 5.00 12.44 3.58 0.00 1.36 0.60 11.46

Visayas 61.49 0.00 6.90 4.70 42.00 20.40 0.00 1.20 0.00 0.00

Mindanao 65.92 0.66 0.00 0.00 50.70 3.01 0.00 1.23 0.24 9.99

Total 16.54 7.78 9.70 86.04 25.68 0.08 3.57 0.75 11.56

B6.5 SUMMARY OF TOTAL CAPEX CAPEXRequirements TotalCAPEXRequirements ExpansionCAPEX UpgradeCAPEX ReplacementCAPEX SparesCAPEX GPECAPEX Luzon Visayas 828.88 180.25 133.55 321.85 131.79 61.49 Mindanao 398.89 1,006.44 618.10 254.35 65.92 Total

C1 PRELIMINARIES
C1.1 OBJECTIVES

The objectives of the Protection TDP for 2010-2019 are the following: Plan the network protection replacement and upgrade program within 10 years for the outdated and obsolete protection and fault monitoring equipment to ensure that the reliability and security of the network are highly maintained. All engineering projects under TDP Volume 1 will also be considered. Program the procurement of spares and accessories for the next 10 years to ensure the immediate repair of line protection and monitoring equipment during preventive and corrective maintenance. Program the procurement of GPEs to ensure the reliability of the fault clearance system. Complete the protection requirements and configuration in accordance to the protection philosophy. C1.2 CREDIBLE BASIS TDP Volume 1 Program consideration is also from new installation activities brought about by load growth or power demand forecast. Information from these activities were taken from Volume 1 of this TDP. Philippine Grid Code (as amended 2007) Additional requirements are dictated by pertinent provisions of the current version of the Grid Code, which NGCP is mandated to comply. Implementation of the programs relative to these requirements form part of NGCPs Grid Code compliance plan. Protection Philosophy Advances in technology will continue to produce new protection relays with more capabilities than existing equipment. Application of these new devices may produce system protection with more security and dependability. All new protection systems designed after the approval of this philosophy shall conform to these design standards. In case of non-conformance, it is the responsibility of the NGCP to upgrade such facilities.

ERCEconomicLifeofMajorHighVoltageElectricalEquipment TheEnergyRegulatoryCommission(ERC)hasdeclaredtheeconomiclifeoffault clearancesystemstobe15yearsbasedona2006StudybySinclairKnightMerz (SKM)commissionedbyTransCo.Thisshouldbeconsideredastypicalandrefers totheentirefaultclearancesystem

C2.1 GRID PROFILE The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines consists of three major grids, the Luzon, Visayas and the Mindanao grids. These consist of a network of 500 kV, 230, kV and 115 kV lines for Luzon, 230kV, 138 kV and 69 kV for Visayas and 230 kV, 138 kV and 69kV for Mindanao. The lines are protected by Main 1 and Main 2 redundancy system. This consists of a combination of a full scheme distance relay and a differential relay, distance relay and distance relay or differential relay and differential relay whatever is applicable in the system. Most of the protection systems are beyond the economic life of 15 years set by the ERC. Most substation breakers are equipped with breaker fail relays as local back-up protection whenever the primary protections fail to interrupt the fault current within the prescribed fault clearance time as mandated by the Philippine Grid Code (PGC). At present, most of these back-up protection systems are either outdated or obsolete and some substations have none. The Main 1 and Main 2 protection system is being coordinated using redundant teleprotection composed of combinations of Fiber-optic cables, Microwave (MW) and Power Line Carriers (PLC). System disturbances are being monitored through transient recorders. This equipment are installed for post analysis to verify protection and circuit breaker operations, fault clearance time, distance to fault and power system stability. Sequence of events recorders are being used to monitor protective relays and other secondary devices within the substation in order to verify or confirm correctness of its operation. The stability of the power system is a major concern of the Network Protection. In order to realize the system requirement, simulation software and tools are necessary to study the power network behavior. Load flow analysis, dynamic simulation and protection coordination setting is done using this software. Study is also being made to identify choke points and develop Special Protection System (SPS) to trip lines or generators to ease up power congestion. Automatic load dropping scheme using under frequency relay is also installed and operational. This system is employed in the Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao Grids. Shown below is the typical configuration of Line Protection and Monitoring Equipment in the Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao Grids.


BF R T R SE R

A B
MW PL C MW PL C

A B

BF R T R SE R

A B
M W PLC MW PL C PL C
( MAI N 1)

STATION A
LEGEN : D A - CURRENT DIFFERENTIAL B BF R T R SE R PLC MW
RELAY - DISTANCE ( MAI RELAY N - BREAKER FAILURE RELAY - TRANSIENT RECORDER - SEQUENCE OF EVENT RECORDER POWER LINE CARRIER - FIBER OPTIC CABLE - MICRO WAVE

STATION B

PL C

2)

BF R T R SE R

STATION C

C2.1.1 Luzon

ListedbelowarethetabulatedProtection,MonitoringandGeneralPlantEquipment installedintheLuzon,VisayasandMindanaoGrids.

C2.1.1a Protection Equipment

Network Element
DistanceRelay

Economic Life
15years

Class
Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical

Lessthan Economic Life


0 0 203 0 0 82 0 0 0 0

MoreThan Economic Life


10 136 100 0 0 0 0 130 0 0

Outlook
Mostoftheinstalledrelays arebeyondtheeconomiclife of15yearssetbyERC.60%of theprotectionthatarebelow theseteconomiclifehaveno sparepartssupportorare declaredobsolete.Withthe approvednewProtection Philosophy,theMain1 primaryprotectionshouldbe adifferentialrelay,toreplace allMain1distancerelays. Replaceddistancerelayswill providesourceofsparesfor

Line Differential Relay Directional OverCurrent Relay Current

15years

15years

15years

Comparison Relay

15years

Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical

0 0 32 0 0 0 0 38 0

0 18 0 0 27 0 0 0 0

Phase Comparison Relay

theremainingoperating distancerelays. Asfortheelectromechanical relays,immediate replacementisnecessary.

15years

Directional PowerRelay

15Years (ERC)

Static Numerical

Theserelaysareutilizedby theSpecialProtection Systems.Mostoftheexisting unitsarebelowthe15yrs economiclife.However, additionalrequirementwill dependonthesystemneeds forSPS. Theserelaysareutilizedby theALDSchemes.Fifty percent(50%)oftheinstalled unitsarebeyondthe economiclifeandobsolete subjectforreplacement.New modelofUFRwithenhanced functionalitytomaximize reliabilityandsecurityare favorable. OnlyFiftyPercent(50%)ofthe Substationsthroughoutthe countrywereequippedwith theBFRandmostofthese unitsarebeyonditseconomic lifeandareobsolete.

Electro Mechanical Under Frequency Relay 15Years (ERC) Static

Numerical

66

Breaker FailureRelay

15Years (ERC)

Electro Mechanical Static Numerical

110 171

51 11 89


C2.1.1b Network Disturbance Monitoring Equipment

Network Element

Economic Life

Class

LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life

Outlook
Mostoftheinstalledtransient recordersarebeyondthe economiclifesetbyERCfor protectionequipment. Althoughthemanufacturer stillsupportsthespare requirements,thecostistoo prohibitive;thus,procuring newunitsisabetter alternative.Thereplaced operationalpartsandmodules willbeasourceofsparesfor theobsoleteunitsuntilall thesearereplaced. Allinstalledsequenceof eventsrecordersarebeyond theeconomiclifesetbyERC forprotectionequipment. Althoughthemanufacturer stillsupportsthespare requirements,thecostistoo prohibitivethusprocuring newunitsisabetter alternative. Thereplacedoperationalparts andmoduleswillbeasource ofsparesfortheoldunitsuntil alltheseareupgraded. PQAsarenecessaryto monitor/recordthepower qualityinthetransmission systemasrequiredinthe PhilippineGridCode.

Digital

58

Transient Recorders

15years Multi Function

46

Sequenceof events Recorders

15years

Digital

49

A(Fixed) PowerQuality Analyzer 15years B (Portable)

10


C2.1.1c Test Instruments

Equipment Economic Life Class


Three Phase 10Years Single Phase

LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life


1 5

Outlook

PowerSystem Simulator

RealTime Digital Simulator

15Years

Digital

Additionalandreplacement programoftheseinstrument arenecessarytomaintainthe reliabilityandintegrityofthe networkprotectionsystem. Thesealsoincludealsothe equipmentcalibration Thepresentcapabilityofthe RTDSislimitedtoamaximum of2distancerelaysfacing eachother.Toenhancethe testingofprotectionsystems (Main1andMain2) upgradingisnecessary.

C2.1.2Visayas

C2.1.2aProtectionEquipment

Network Element

Economic Life

Class
Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical

LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life


120

Outlook
37relaysbeyondeconomic lifeareinstalledasMain1 protection.LineswithFiber Opticlinkswillbereplacedby Differentialrelays. 13unitsnotcommissioned Sinceteleprotectioninterface moduleswerenotincludedin theproject. Mostoftheserelaysareused asMain2protectionofthe linessincesomedifferential relaysarenotcommissioned. ButwhenDifferentialrelays willbeinplaceasMain1 protectionandDistanceRelay forMain2,theserelayswill


17

DistanceRelay

15years

Line Differential Relay Directional OverCurrent Relay

15years

40

15years

Static


Under Frequency Relay

15years 15years 15Years (ERC)

Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical

34

2 10 8


65 176

Breaker FailureRelay

bedecommissioned. Theserelaysareutilizedin AutomaticLoadDropping Schemesandallofthemare alreadybeyonditseconomic life. Outof28substationsinthe VisayasonlySigpitSwitching Stationisnotequippedwith BFR.

C2.1.2b NetworkDisturbanceMonitoringEquipment Network Element Economic Life Class LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life Outlook
Outof28substations consideredformonitoringin theVisayasregiononly21 haveinstalledTR.These includethe11stationswith functionalrecorders,butonly five(5)ofthesesubstations haveTRthatcomplywiththe requirednumberofchannels tomonitortheparameters.Of the60TRinstalledin28 stations,38aredefective includingthe22thatalready beyondeconomiclife. Ofthe28substationsonly17 haveinstalledSER.Outofthe 30SERinstalledin17 substations,25SERare alreadydefective.Although themanufacturerstill supportsthespare requirements,thecostistoo prohibitivethusprocuring newunitsisabetter alternative.Theoperational partsandmodulesofthe replacedSERwillbethe sourceofsparesuntilallare upgraded.

Digital

28

21

Transient Recorders

15years Multi Function 32 1

Sequenceof Events Recorders

15years

Digital

30

C2.1.2c TestInstruments Equipment


PowerSystem Simulator RealTime Digital Simulator PowerMulti Meter Portable PowerQuality Analyzer

Class
Three Phase Single Phase Digital Multi function A B

Economic Life
10Years

LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life


1

Outlook


Mostoftheseinstrumentsare workingbutduefor calibrationschedule.


3 2 1

15Years 5years 10years

C2.1.3Mindanao
C2.1.3aProtectionEquipment Network Element Economic Life Class
Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static

LessThan MoreThan Economic Economic Life Life


164 1 72

Outlook
Almosthalfofinstalledrelays arealreadymorethantheset economiclifesetbyERC.Forty fourpercent(44%)ofthe protectionthatarebelowthe seteconomiclifehasnospare partsavailable.Thenew protectionphilosophysays thatmain1primary protectionshouldbea differentialrelays,therefore, replacementofalldistance relayswithdifferentialrelays isamust.

DistanceRelay

15years (ERC)

Line Differential Relay Directional OverCurrent Relay Current Comparison Relay Phase Comparison Relay

15years (ERC)

15years (ERC)

15years (ERC) 15years (ERC)

Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical Electro Mechanical


36

Theserelaysareutilizedfor specialprotectionschemes. Additionalrequirementwill dependonsystemstudies.

Directional PowerRelay

15years (ERC)

Theserelayswereutilizedby theALDscheme.System studiessuggestnewsetof schemeforMindanao,and alsotoenhancereliabilityof ALD,newUFRwillbeinstalled perloadfeedertocomplete theMindanaoadditional requirements. FiftyThreePercent(53%)of substationsthroughout Mindanaoalreadyequipped withBFRandsome commissioningworksstill goingon.

Under Frequency Relay

15years

Static Numerical Electro Mechanical Static Numerical

22


224

Breaker FailureRelay

15Years (ERC)

C2.1.3b NetworkDisturbanceMonitoringEquipment Network Element Economic Life Class LessThan Economic Life MoreThan EconomicLife Outlook
Mostoftheinstalled transientrecordersare beyondtheERCset economiclifefor protectionequipment. Althoughthe manufacturerstill supportsthespare requirements,thecost istooprohibitivethus procuringnewunitsis abetteralternative. Thereplaced operationalpartsand moduleswillbea sourceofsparesuntil allareupgraded.

Digital

14

Transient Recorders

15years

Multi Function

12

Sequenceof events Recorders

15years

Digital

16

Allinstalledsequence ofeventrecordersare beyondtheERCset economiclifefor monitoringequipment. Nomoremanufacturer support.Obsolete, defectiveandno longeroperational.

C2.1.3c TestInstruments Equipment Economic Life Class

LessThan Economic Life


1

MoreThan EconomicLife
2

Outlook
Additionaland replacementprogram oftheseinstrument arenecessaryto maintainthereliability andintegrityofthe networkprotection system.Thesealso includetheequipment calibration requirements. Noexistingmulti meterinMindanao Grid *1defective PortablePQAare necessarytomaintain integrityofthesystem

Three Phase PowerSystem Simulator 10Years Single Phase

PowerMulti Meter Portable PowerQuality Analyzer

5years

Multi function A B


1*

10years

C2.2ProblemsandIssues

C3.REQUIREMENTANALYSIS
C3.1TRANSMISSIONGRIDEXTENSION

There have already been several undesired tripping of transmission lines and high voltage equipment in the grid due to various misoperation, nonoperation and malfunctionofprotectiverelaysaspartoftheFaultClearanceSystem(FCS).Manyof these are attributed to obsolete relays and some were due to inappropriate relays installedinthesysteminthepast.Quiteanumberofprotectionsystemsinstalledare not following the recommendations stated in the approved Network Protection Philosophy. In connection with the above, precise analysis of system disturbances due to the undesiredoperationofprotectionsystemshadbeenhamperedduetononavailability of immediate fault data and relay indications/configurations that would have facilitated the analysis of the problems. The nonrecording of fault data due to obsolete and defective network disturbance monitoring equipment was a major factortothis.Also,thereisnofacilityforrelayremoteaccess,hence,retrievaloffault data from numerical relays could not be done immediately. As of this date only manual and local retrieval of fault data and relay setting configurations can be achieved.

C3.2CORPORATEBUSINESSNEEDS CorporateNeeds 1. LineProtection

Transmissionrequirementsasaresultoftransmissiongridextensionare addressedthroughtheprotectioncomponentsofT/LProjectsdefinedin Volume1

ProtectionRequirements LineDifferentialRelaywithBack up DistanceFunction FullSchemeDistanceRelay Main1BusDifferentialRelay Main2BusDifferentialRelay TransformerProtection BreakerFailureRelay

a. Main1LineProtection b. Main2LineProtection 2. SubstationProtection

3. SystemProtection

a. SpecialProtectionSystem b. AutomaticLoadDropping 4. LocalandRemoteRetrievalof SystemDisturbancesFault recordsforanalysis.

DirectionalPowerRelay UnderFrequencyRelay MultifunctionFaultRecorders SequenceofEventsRecorders MobileandworkstationData Retriever/Computer EstablishedEquipmentRemote Communication TestingEquipment&otherGPEs, AirConditioningUnits,Spares RealTimeDigitalSimulator VariousPowerSystemSimulation Software Softwaremaintenanceand support RealTimeDigitalSimulator PowerQualityAnalyzer MultiFunctionFaultRecorders AdditionalRacksandamplifiers fortheexistingrealtimedigital simulator. DedicatedWideAreaNetwork infrastructureforProtection equipment Dataconcentratorandserver SCADAtoprovidenecessary interfaceequipment.

5. ReliabilityoftheFault ClearanceSystem 6. SettingofLineProtection Relays,LoadFlow,Dynamics, ElectroMagneticSimulation andFaultAnalysis

7. PowerQualityAnalysisof Voltageandfrequency variation,harmonicdistortion, andtransientovervoltage. 8. SimulationsTestingofRelay operationsforrelayselection andaccreditation 9. ProtectionManagement System

10. Monitoringofstatusandalarms ofprotections,disturbance recordersandSPS 11. TELECOM/IS/IT a. Teleprotection requirements

DirectFiberOpticforMain1Line DifferentialRelay PSEviaPLC a. Command1&2forMain2 DistanceRelayandDirectional EarthFault b. Command3&4forBFRDirect TransferTrip AdditionalProtectionSignaling EquipmentforSPS Dedicatedcommunicationlinkfor

b. Networkcommunication requirements C3.3TECHNOLOGYEVOLUTION CorporateNeeds 1. RemoteRetrievalofFaultData andAnnunciationfromLine Protection

LAN/WANSchemeforProtection RelaysandMonitoringEquipment

ProtectionRequirements NewRelayswithIPbased communicationforRemoteAccess ofLineProtectionthroughWide AreaNetwork.Thiswillalso requirevariousSwitches,Routers, Firewalls,Networkconvertersand Modem IntegrationofdifferentProtocols GlobalPositioningSatelliteTime SynchronizationDevice InstallationofPowerQuality Analyzer.

2. TimeSynchronizationof ProtectionandMonitoring equipment 3. CompliancewiththeReliability andPowerQualityStandards C3.4EQUIPMENTREPLACEMENT CorporateNeeds 1. ThevalueofOperatingand MaintenanceCostsexceedsthe ReplacementCost. 2. NoSparePartssupport

ProtectionRequirements Retirementofobsolete monitoringandProtectionwhere costofSparePartsandUpgrades aretooexpensive PhasedreplacementsofLine ProtectionandMonitoring Equipmenttoprovidesourceof sparefortheremaininginstalled base ReplacementofProtectionand MonitoringEquipmentwithout applicableprotocol InstallationofPowerQuality Analyzer,Recloser&Breaker FailureRelay.

3. Nocapabilitytoaddress Standards/PrevalentProtocols 4. CompliancewithReliabilityand PowerQualityStandards

C4.PLANNINGCRITERIA

C4.1TECHNOLOGYPHILOSOPHY Decision to adapt to technology directions should be weighed against economics. ReliabilityandSecuritycomehandinhandwithFunctionality. AdoptOpenSystemStandardsinProtectionManagementandInterfacing toincreaseflexibilitytotechnologyshiftsaswellasenableaccesstobest ofbreed. PreferGreenTechnologyaspartofcorporatecommitment.

C4.2TECHNOLOGYDEVELOPMENTROUTE Protection Network Infrastructure shall continue to upgrade/expand in order to interface with the new technology of communication, accessibility,reliabilityandsecurityoftheequipmentandincompliance totheRegulatoryRequirements. To optimize functionality and features of Protection Equipment to MaximizeReliabilityandSecurityoftheSystem. InlinewiththeFiberopticTechnologytobeinplaceintheTransmission Line Backbone, the existing Distance Relay Main 1 Protection with the DifferentialRelayinaprogressivemannertocomplywiththeProtection Philosophy. Network Protection Management System shall be developed and established to ensure that the availability and functionality of the ProtectionEquipment(RelaysandRecorders)aremonitoredallthetime.

C4.3POLICIES PhilippineGridCode ProtectionPhilosophy SparePartsManagementPolicy TDPVolume1

C5.PROJECTDEVELOPMENT

C5.1GUIDELINES Infrastructure components shall be programmed to meet Protection requirements and replacement to meet all standards as required by the PGCandotherCorporatePolicies. Upgrade/Replacement of Operational Protection components shall be phasedsuchthatReliabilityofSystemProtectionwillbemaintained. ReplacementofNetworkcomponentsthathaveexceededeconomiclife shallbeimplementedusinginhouseengineeringresources(i.e.,shallbe procuredasGPE) CAPEXProjectsshallbeclassifiedas: 1. Expansion 2. Upgrade 3. Replacement NewAsset Addvaluetoexistingasset Replace(Devalued)Asset

C5.2ECONOMICANALYSIS

Recent largescale blackouts in North America, Europe, and other countries raisedgreatconcernsoverthereliabilityofanelectricenergyinfrastructureand theeconomicimpactofblackouts.Theseblackoutswerecausedbyacascading sequenceofeventsinvolvinglineoutages,overloadingoflines,malfunctionsof protectionsystems,powerswingproblemsthatleadstoasystemcollapse.Itis important to take appropriate control actions to alleviate overload and emergency conditions in a power system in order to avoid catastrophic power outages. Fault clearance system or network protection has a direct impact on NGCP revenues. Because the basic function of fault clearance system is to trip transmissionlinesinordertoprotectlifeandproperty.Wheneveraprotection relaytrip,therearealwaysacorrespondingunservedenergythatpassontothe affected transmission line. Unserved energy is a sure money loss of the corporation. Therefore, fault clearance systems are essential infrastructure requiredforareliableoperationofapowergrid. CostBenefitanalysis According to textbooks, protective relaying provides no profit and is only required for infrequent and random abnormal operation of a power system, it can be described as insurance that prevents damage to the power grid equipment while minimizing outage time. Like all insurances the economics of the risks versus benefits are considered. However, there are different types of economic justification other than insurance that drive the application of a protection scheme. Outages that impact system performance need to be minimizedorcustomersatisfactioniscompromised. Goodengineeringpractices Considerations aside, it makes good sense to program protection systems that are inherently resilient. This means that the program is optimized for cost and bestmeetstherequirementsfordependabilityandsecurity.Further,thelossof one or more components will have minimal impact on meeting those requirements.Itisatasktobalancethetechnicalrequirementsthataddresses reliabilityconcerns,consideringcosts,andmaintainingconsistencyinstandards withthegoalofachievingacapexprogramthatisachievable. C5.3SAFETYANDSECURITYCONCERN SafetyandsecurityconsiderationinplanningforProtectionCapexrequirements are included. These considerations are identified according to physical safety andsecurityconcerns,operationssecurityandinformationsecurity.

Physicalconsiderations Technical specifications in the Capex requirements are included that address physical protection of facilities, systems and equipment. Standard design specifies enclosed metal cabinets with equipment securely installed, to protect and limit physical access to interface wiring and equipment. Features are also incorporated in control room facilities and other Protection installation requirementstoprotectProtectionassetsfromfireandotherphysicalhazards. Inadditiontothis,designcriteriaareestablishedthatensuressafeconditionsfor personneloperatingandmaintainingthisequipment. OperationsContinuity Operations continuity considerations guarantee the availability of facilities to ensure continuous operations of fault clearance system and equipment. Temperaturecontrolledrelayroomsformaximumequipmentlife. InformationSecurity Upcoming projects for fault clearance system will select a well secured data exchangeformattoensurethattheprotectionnetworkconnecteddirectlytothe Corporate LAN and other external networks are fully protected to ensure that theonlyauthorizedtrafficispermittedintheconnection.

C6.PROJECTSCHEDULE

C6.1LUZONPROTECTIONCAPEX(20102019)
Relay NDME

LuzonCapexReplacementProgram(20102019) 2012 28 4 2013 28 4 2014 28 4 2015 28 4 2016 28 4 2017 28 4 2018 28 4 2019 28 4

2010 28 4

2011 28 4

TABLE1.1LuzonProtectionWorkOrders Project Purpose/Description ReplacementofObsolete SupplyandDeliveryof LWOPRT01 andOutdatedDistance NumericalDistanceRelays Relays ReplacementofOutdated SupplyandDeliveryofLine LinedifferentialRelaysand LWOPRT02 DifferentialRelays inlinefornewProtection Philosophy. ProjectName LWOPRT03 LWOPRT04 SupplyandDeliveryof MultiFunctionRecorders SupplyandDeliveryof BreakerFailureRelays ReplacementofOutdated TR1630TransientRecorder Replacement,installation andcompliancetotheGrid CodeofthePhilippines Upgradingandprovisionof SERtodifferentSubstations Sitemanagementand assistanceinthe implementationofthe proposedupgrading Replacementofoldcontrol cablesintheupgradingof protectionrelaysand recorders. Toaugmenttheexisting inventoryformonitoring powerquality. Project Code Implementation Year 20102019 EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 214.20

20102019

239.40

20102019 20102019 20102019

96.00 53.70 42.50

SupplyandDeliveryof LWOPRT06 SequenceofEvents Recorders SupplyofLaborforSite ManagementofUpgrading LWOPRT07 ofObsoleteLine ProtectionsandTransient Recorders SupplyofCablesforusein theUpgradingof LWOPRT08 Protectiverelaysand Recorders SupplyandDeliveryof LWOPRT09 FixedPowerQuality Analyzer.

20102019

10.00

20102019

10.00

20102019

10.00

ForTimeSynchronizationof SupplyandDeliveryofGPS Protections,MFRandSER LWOPRT10 andAccessories forreliableanalysisof systemdisturbance

20102015

10.00

TOTAL

685.8

TABLE1.2LuzonProtectionSpares Project Code LSPPRT01 LSPPRT02 LSPPRT03 LSPPRT04 LSPPRT05 Project Purpose/Description ForTestingand Testswitchesandtestplugs CommissioningWorks Line protection and spare Formaintenancepurposes units Recordersandspareunits Formaintenancepurposes Forassembly,maintenance Miscellaneousspareunits andcorrectivepurposes Forenhancementof GPSandAccessories protectionandrecorders features ForAutomaticLoad Droppingandother FrequencyRelay emergencycorrectionof abnormalsystemcondition. TOTAL ProjectName Implementation Year 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 4.00 93.75 41.00 10.00 10.00

LSPPRT06

20102019

10.00 158.75

TABLE1.3LuzonProtectionGPE Project Code ProjectName Project Purpose/Description Tobeusedintestingand commissioningof equipmenttobeupgraded. ForSpecialProtection System Forreliabilityandaccuracy offaultclearancesystem Replacementofequipment usedintestingline protectionrelays MonitoringthePower QualityoftheGrid Forreliabilityandstability ofthesystem/network Technicalsupport Technicalsupport ForTraceabilityand reliability Implementation Year 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 20102019 EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 3.56 10.00 1.84 30.00 10.00 10.00 30.00

LGPPRT01 InsulationTester LGPPRT02 DirectionalPowerRelays LGPPRT03 AirConditioningUnit LGPPRT04 ThreePhaseTest& MeasuringEquipment

LGPPRT05 PortablePQA LGPPRT06 UnderfrequencyRelays LGPPRT07 LGPPRT8 LGPPRT9 Maintenance Software(PSCAD/PQ) Maintenance SoftwareRTDS CalibrationofVariousTest Instruments

5.00 85.00

LGPPRT10 RTDSUpgrade

EnhancementofRDTS featuresfortestingand simulationofprotection

2011&2013

relatedsituationsand events.
LGPPRT11 Officetools(TimeStamper, PaperShredder)

Forofficeuse Forofficeuse Forofficeuse Forofficeuse


Forremotecommunication andretrievalofdisturbance records.

2010 20102015 2011 20122018 20112018


20102019

.07 1.15 1.1 5.25 0.38 80.00 273.35

LGPPRT12 NPDOfficeEquipment LGPPRT13 ASPENOneliner LGPPRT14 ASPENOnelinerSoftware Maintenance

LGPPRT15 PSSEMaintenanceSoftware Forofficeuse LGPPRT16 ProtectionManagement System TOTAL

C6.2 VISAYAS PROTECTION CAPEX (2010-2019)


Relay NDME

VisayasCapexReplacementProgram(20102019) 2012 16 11 2013 16 11 2014 16 11 2015 11 13 2016 11 13 2017 11 12 2018 11 10 2019 8 5

2010 16 7

2011 16 11

TABLE2.1VisayasProtectionWorkOrders

Project Code ProjectName ProjectPurpose/Description Acquisitionofvariouscables tobeusedduringthe upgradingandreplacement ofNumericalDistanceRelays, DifferentialRelays,Sequence ofEventsRecordersand MultiFunctionRecordersin theVisayasArea AcquisitionofLine DifferentialRelaysforthe UpgradingofExisting ObsoleteEquipment Implementation Year EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP)

SupplyandDeliveryof variousPowerand VWOPRT01 ControlCables

20102019

30.00

SupplyandDeliveryof VWOPRT02 LineDifferentialRelays

Replacementofthe

existingobsoleteline differentialrelaysinstalled intheVisayasarea

20102019

136.80

Acquisitionandinstallationof NumericalDistanceRelays fortheUpgradingofExisting ObsoleteEquipment

SupplyandDeliveryof NumericalDistance VWOPRT03 Relays

Replacementofthe

existingobsoletedistance relaysinstalledinthe Visayasarea

20102018

102.00

SupplyandDeliveryof VWOPRT04 MultiFunction Recorders AcquisitionandInstallation ofMultiFunctionRecorders fortheUpgradingofExisting ObsoleteEquipment AcquisitionofSequenceof EventsRecorders Replacementoftheexisting obsoleteSequenceofEvents Recordersinstalledinthe Visayasarea AcquisitionofBreakerfailure relaysforreplacementof obsoleteequipmentand installationtostationwhere thereisnone. Hiringofcontractual 20102019 122.50 20092018 110.00

SupplyandDeliveryof VWOPRT05 SequenceofEvent Recorders

VWOPRT06

SupplyandDeliveryof BreakerFailureRelays

20112018

43.20

VWOPRT07 LaborfortheSite

20112018

29.00

Managementofthe upgradingofLPR,LDR, MFR,SPS,etc

technicalpeopleforthe implementationofthe differentprograms. 20112018 5.20

Replacement/Upgrading VWOPRT08 /ExpansionofExisting ForALDrequirements UnderFrequencyRelays SupplyandDeliveryof VWOPRT09 FixedPowerQuality Analyzer. VWOPRT10 SupplyandDeliveryof GPSandAccessories TOTAL Toaugmenttheexisting inventoryformonitoring powerquality. ForTimeSynchronizationof Protections,MFRandSERfor reliableanalysisofsystem disturbance

20112014

8.00

20102018

29.00 615.70

TABLE2.2VisayasProtectionSpares

Project Code

ProjectName

VSPPRT01 Testswitchandtestplugs VSPPRT02 Lineprotectionandspares VSPPRT03 Recordersandspares VSPPRT04 Miscellaneousspares VSPPRT05 DirectionalPowerRelay

VSPPRT06 FrequencyRelay TOTAL

Project Purpose/Description ForTestingand CommissioningWorks Formaintenancepurposes Formaintenancepurposes Forassembly,maintenance andcorrectivepurposes Forimplementationof SpecialProtectionSchemes toimprovesystem reliability. ForAutomaticLoad Droppingandother emergencycorrectionsof abnormalsystem condition.

Implementation Year 20112017 20112017 20112019 20112018 20112017

EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 0.45 11.85 12.96 0.22 5.40

20112017

2.00 32.88

TABLE2.3VisayasProtectionGPE Project Code ProjectName Project Purpose/Description Supplyofequipmentfor ProtectionLaboratory VGPPRT01 ProtectionLaboratory& Equipment Tobeusedinthetesting, simulation,and troubleshootingof protectiveschemesor equipment. ForMonitoringPower Qualityonthecustomer areas TechnicalSupport ForReliabilityoftheFCS Forremotecommunication andretrievalof disturbancerecords. Tobeusedintesting& troubleshootingof protectiveschemesand equipment. 20102011 0.70 Implementation Year EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP)

VGPPRT02 VGPPRT03

PortablePowerQuality Analyzer UpgradeandMaintenance ofVariousSoftware

20102012 20102019 20122016 20102019

10.00 24.00 0.40 34.27

VGPPRT04 AirConditioningUnits VGPPRT05 ProtectionManagement System ProtectionTools& Instruments TOTAL

VGPPRT06

20112017

1.12 70.49

C6.3MINDANAOPROTECTIONCAPEX(20102019)
Relay NDME

MindanaoCapexReplacementProgram(20102019) 2012 20 8 2013 21 8 2014 21 8 2015 22 8 2016 2017 2018 2019

2010 8 8

2011 22 8

TABLE3.1MindanaoProtectionWorkOrders
ProjectCode ProjectName ProjectPurpose/Description Implementation Year EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP)

Supplyand MWOPRT01 DeliveryofLine DifferentialRelays

AcquisitionofLineDifferentialRelays fortheUpgradingofExisting ObsoleteEquipment

Replacementoftheexisting

20112016

186.20

obsoletelinedifferentialrelays installedintheMindanaoGrid. 20102016 39.10

Acquisitionandinstallationof SupplyandDelivery NumericalDistanceRelaysforthe MWOPRT02 ofNumerical UpgradingofExistingObsolete DistanceRelays Equipment SupplyandDelivery AcquisitionandInstallationofMulti MWOPRT03 ofMultiFunction FunctionRecordersfortheUpgrading Recorders ofExistingObsoleteEquipment SupplyandDelivery Replacementoftheexistingobsolete MWOPRT04 ofSequenceof SequenceofEventsRecorders EventRecorders installedintheMindanaoGrid. AcquisitionofBreakerfailurerelays SupplyandDelivery forreplacementofobsolete MWOPRT05 ofBreakerFailure equipmentandinstallationtostation Relays wherethereisnone. LaborfortheSite Managementof MWOPRT06 theupgradingof LPR,LDR,MFR,SPS, etc Replacement/Upgr ading/Expansionof MWOPRT07 ExistingUnder FrequencyRelays SupplyandDelivery MWOPRT08 ofFixedPower QualityAnalyzer. Hiringofcontractualtechnicalpeople fortheimplementationofthe differentprograms.

20102016

72.00

20102015

52.00

20102011

21.90

20102018

65.00

ForALDrequirements

20102014

10.00

Toaugmenttheexistinginventoryfor monitoringpowerquality.

20112012

4.00

SupplyandDelivery ForTimeSynchronizationof MWOPRT09 ofGPSand Protections,MFRandSERforreliable Accessories analysisofsystemdisturbance AcquisitionofvariouscablesTobe SupplyandDelivery usedduringtheupgradingand ofvariousPower replacementofNumericalDistance MWOPRT10 andControlCables Relays,DifferentialRelays,Sequence EventRecorderandMultiFunction RecordersintheMindanaoArea.

20102018

20.25

20102018

54.00

TOTAL

524.45

TABLE3.2MindanaoProtectionSpares Project Code MSPPRT01 MSPPRT02 MSPPRT03 MSPPRT04 MSPPRT05 MSPPRT06 MSPPRT07 Project Purpose/Description Sparesrequirementfor TransientRecorder TransientRecorder Sparesrequirementfor UnderFrequencyRelay UnderFrequencyRelay Sparesrequirementfor TestSwitchforTransient TestSwitchforTransient Recorder Recorder Sparesrequirementfor DirectionalPowerRelay DirectionalPowerRelay Sparesrequirementfor FastActingAuxiliaryRelay FastActingAuxiliaryRelay Sparesrequirementfor DistanceRelay DistanceRelay Sparesrequirementfor PowerSupplyModule DistanceRelay (PSM)forDR Sparesrequirementfor TransformerInputModule DistanceRelay (TIM)forDR Sparesrequirementfor BreakerFailRelays BFR BinaryI/OModule(BIM) Sparesrequirementfor forDR DistanceRelay Sparesrequirementfor DifferentialRelays DifferentialRelay Sparesrequirementfor BFRRelayModule BFR CPUBoardforTR SparesrequirementforTR AnalogBoardforTR SparesrequirementforTR EventBoardforTR SparesrequirementforTR VT/CTBoardforTR SparesrequirementforTR AcquisitionBoardforTR SparesrequirementforTR HardDiskforTR SparesrequirementforTR TOTAL ProjectName Implementation Year 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 5.10 3.75 0.15 3.00 0.40 3.60 1.4 1.2 6 1.2 2.4 2.4 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 0.25 37.1

MSPPRT08 MSPPRT09 MSPPRT10 MSPPRT11 MSPPRT12 MSPPRT13 MSPPRT14 MSPPRT15 MSPPRT16 MSPPRT17 MSPPRT18

20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018 20102018

TABLE3.3MindanaoProtectionGPE Project Code MGPPRT01 ProjectName PortablePowerQuality Analyzer Project Purpose/Description Tomonitorpowerquality inMindanao PowerSystemSimulator forprotectionrelays FortestingHighVoltage Equipment FortestingHighVoltage Equipment DataRetriever,Mobilefor relaysetting Computer,Desktopfor replacement WebServerPC DataServerPC Router,WirelessAccess Hub,NetworkSwitch24 Port Multimeter,Digital NPDrelayandPC maintenanceactivities AirconditioningUnitfor RelayRooms FireExtinguisher UPSforServerandPCs Scanner,NetworkHigh Speed Printingofsinglediagrams FaxMachinereplacement Useforfield communication Replacementfordefective batterynotebook computers PowerSoftware Maintenance OfficeDocumentshared Printer ISOInstrument Requirement Forremotecommunication andretrievalof disturbancerecords. Implementation Year 20101116 20101116 2011 2011 20112017 2011131517 2013 2012 20102014 201012 20102013 2010/2015 201215 20112015 201114 201013 20112015 2013 2012/14 20101214 20102016 2011/2015 20102016 20102018 EstimatedCost (inMillionsPhP) 4.00 22.50 0.03 1.00 0.80 3.00 0.15 0.15 0.05 0.03 0.30 0.03 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.08 1.20 0.06 0.08 0.15 14.40 0.40 3.00 30.00 82.91

MGPERT02 PowerSystemSimulator MGPERT03 InsulationTester MGPERT04 PowerMultimeter3 Phase

MGPPRT05 DataRetriever,Mobile MGPPRT06 Computer,Workstation MGPPRT07 WebServerPC MGPPRT08 DataServerPC MGPPRT09 Router,WirelessAccess Hub,NetworkSwitch24 MGPPRT10 Port MGPPRT11 Multimeter,Digital MGPPRT12 VacuumCleaner/Blower MGPPRT13 MGPPRT14 MGPPRT15 MGPPRT16 MGPPRT17 MGPPRT18 AirconditioningUnitfor RelayRooms FireExtinguisher UninterruptiblePower Supply Scanner,NetworkHigh Speed LargeFormatPrinter FaxMachine

MGPPRT19 HandheldTwoWayRadio MGPPRT20 MGPPRT21 MGPPRT22 MGPPRT23 BatteryPackforNotebook Computers MaintenanceofVarious Software NetworkLaserPrinter CalibrationofVariousTest Instruments

ProtectionManagement MGPPRT24 System

TOTAL

C6.4PROTECTIONCAPEXSUMMARY

TheCAPEXprogramidentifiedinthis2010VolumeIIITDP,coveringtheperiod2010 2019areasfollows:
TABLE4.1SUMMARYOFWORKORDERS(20102019)

Subject DistanceRelays LineDifferentialRelays MultiFunctionRecorders BreakerFailureRelays SequenceofEventsRecorders UnderFrequencyRelays Labor Cables GPS&Accessories FixedPQA RegionalTotal

Luzon 214.20 239.40 96.00 53.70 42.50

Visayas 102.00 136.8 110.00 43.20 122.50 5.20 29.00 30.00 29.00 8.00

Mindanao 39.10 186.20 72.00 21.90 52.00 10.00 65.00 54.00 20.25 4.00

EquipmentTotal(PM) 355.30 562.40 278.00 118.80 217.00 15.20 104.00 94.00 59.25 22.00

10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 685.80

615.70 524.45 GRANDTOTAL

1,825.95 1,825.95

TABLE4.2SUMMARYOFGPE(20102019)

Subject InsulationTester DirectionalPowerRelays AirConditioningUnit MaintenanceofVariousSoftware CalibrationofVariousInstruments DigitalMultiMeter UnderfrequencyRelays ProtectionLaboratory&Equipment PortablePowerQualityAnalyzer UPS PowerSystemSimulator ICTRelatedEquipments WireTagger HandHeldRadio Ladder Luzon 3.56 10 1.84 30 5 Visayas 0.45 Mindanao 0.03 EquipmentTotal (PM) 4.04 10 2.74 68.4 8 0.6 10 0.7 24 0.5 52.5 7.29 0.2 0.2 0.05

0.4 24 0.3

0.5 14.4 3 0.3

10

0.7 10

10


4 0.5 22.5 7.29

30

0.2 0.12 0.05

0.08

FaxMachine FireExtinguisher ProtectionManagementSystem RTDSUpgrade OfficeTools(TimeStamper,Paper shredder) NPDOfficeEquipment RegionalTotal


80 90 0.07 1.15 271.62


34.27

0.06 0.25

0.06 0.25 144.27 90 0.07 1.15 425.02 425.02

30

70.49 82.91 GRANDTOTAL

TABLE4.3SUMMARYOFSPARES(20102019)

Subject Testswitchandtestplugs Lineprotectionsandspares Recordersandspares Miscellaneousspares GPSandAccessories FrequencyRelay RTF TransientRecorder UnderFrequencyRelay DirectionalPowerRelay FastActingAuxiliaryRelay DistanceRelay
Breaker Fail Relays

Luzon 4.00 93.75 41.00

Visayas 0.45 11.85 12.96 0.22

Mindanao 0.15 8.60 6.50 5.10 3.75 3.00 0.40 3.60

EquipmentTotal (PM) 4.60 114.20 60.46 0.22 10.00 12.00 5.10 3.75 8.40 0.40 3.60 6.0 228.73 228.73

10.00 10.00

2.0


158.75


5.40


32.88

RegionalTotal

6.00 37.10 GRANDTOTAL

C6.5SUMMARYOFTOTALCAPEX(20101019) (LUZON,VISAYASANDMINDANAO)

Table5.0

Region TotalCapex

Luzon 1,116.17

Visayas 719.07

Mindanao 644.46

TOTAL 2,479.70

INFRASTRUCTURECAPEXPROGRAM

D1.PRELIMINARIES D.1.1. OBJECTIVES

By striving to become one of the best System Operations group in Asia in managing the delivery of power in accordance with the requirements of its customers and the Grid Code, NGCP undertakes to expand or build new civil infrastructure necessary to accommodate corporate and regulatory needs. It willalsoupgradeorrehabilitateexistinginfrastructureassetsthataddvalueand meet the changing demands. Finally, it plans to replace devalued or obsolete/destroyedassetsinordertocontinueitsmandate. The 2010 Transmission Development Plan recognizes the need for the continuousmaintenanceandupgradeofSystemOperations(SO)Infrastructure that shall support the operation of system wide dispatch and improvement of the various power transmission processes in which availability, reliability and securityofthesystemisofmajorconcernwiththefollowingobjectives: Toplanitsinfrastructureprogramwithinthenext10yearstosupportthe continuityofoperationsandotherSOrelatedbusinessprocesses; TofocusontheprogramrequirementsoftheentireSystemOperations expansion, rehabilitation, improvement, maintenance and retirement of facilities and infrastructure where the operational materials and equipment are stored and maintained and tested if necessary and as required; To ensure that the work force and the area where this operational equipment are stored will comply with the Health, Safety, Environment andotherregulatorystandards.

D.1.2.CREDIBLEBASIS
System Operations remains under stress despite recent improvements, many of themsignificant.Thestressiscausedbygrowingdemandforelectricitycoupled withunderinvestmentandtheunprecedentednumberofpowerplantsbuiltinthe lastdecade,allneedingaccesstothetransmissionsystem.Anothermajorfactor is competition in the relatively new wholesale market where System Operations playsavitalrole. As a result, significant portion of the system have reach, and may soon exceed, engineeringdesignlimitsandwillneedreplacingorupgrading. The SO highlights the value and importance of expanding and upgrading the infrastructure to maintain reliable delivery and facilitate the competitive wholesalemarketplace.Itincludes: ConditionoftheSystemandconcernsaboutfutureoperation; Keysystemproblemareasandtheresultanteconomicimpact; Valueofinfrastructureandmagnitudeofinvestmentneeded; Policy issues for consideration to ensure investment is made to maintain reliability and realize the benefits quality electricity and satisfy the needs ofourstakeholders. D.2. ASSESMENTOFINFRASTRUCTURESYSTEM D.2.1. GridProfile
70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 1 4 1 4 1 5 31 66 55
RegionalControlCenter AreaControlCenter RepeaterStagon

There are three (3) Regional Control Centers, 13 Area Control Centers and 152 Repeater Stations strategically located in various places in the Philippines. These

Luzon

Visayas

Mindanao

facilities serve as command center, offices, equipment shelter and relay station of SystemOperations. LRCC QuezonCity NorthLuzonACC LaTrinidad,Benguet CentralLuzonACC Mexico,Pampanga SouthLuzonACC Bian,Laguna BicolACC NagaCity VRCC CebuCity OrmocACC OrmocCity BacolodACC BocolodCity BoholACC TagbilaranCity PanayACC IloiloCity MRCC IliganCity CDOACC TagoloanMis.Or. ButuanACC ButuanCity DavaoACC DavaoCity ZamboACC ZamboangaCity GensanACC Gen.SantosCity REGIONALSYSTEMOPERATIONSOVERVIEW TheRegionalSystemOperationsisresponsibleforthesafe,reliable,stable,economic, efficientandeffectivecontroloftheGeneratingUnits,TransmissionandDistribution System in maintaining continuous supply of Electrical Energy within normal and tolerable limits of System Voltage and Frequency of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao respectively. There are 152 repeater stations spread across strategic spots in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao acting as Microwave repeater stations which is the backbone medium of communication. Considering that the signal remains patchy for some locations, expansions and rehabilitations are necessary at certain locations to improve further signalsandimprovereliability. It is an essential communication link of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) in the interconnection of the Power Grid. It provides the necessary telecommunication channels critical to operation, maintenance and protection of the power transmission lines and substation as in the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and fault/sequence of events monitoring to minimize/eliminateelectricitypoweroutages/interruptions.

D.2.1.1.

LUZON

TheRegionalControlCenter(NCC)

LRCC NorthLuzonACC CentralLuzonACC SouthLuzonACC BicolACC

QuezonCity LaTrinidad,Benguet Mexico,Pampanga Bian,Laguna NagaCity

LUZONREGIONALCONTROLCENTER Location Commissioned : : NGCPDiliman,Quezon,City March2001

NORTHERNLUZONAREACONTROLCENTER Location Commissioned : : LaTrinidad,Benguet April1994

Location CENTRALLUZONAREACONTROLCENTER : Mexico,Pampanga ColocatedwithO&MBuilding

SOUTHERNTAGALOGAREACONTROLCENTER Location Commissioned : : Bian,Laguna June1994

BICOLAREACONTROLCENTER Location Commissioned : : NagaCity,CamarinesSur May1994

LSO Facility Infrastructure Profile (AsofJune2010) Region:LuzonSystemOperations Year Item Infrastructure Operational Location Constructed/ No. Description Relevance Installed

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Poorcoolingsystem oftheBattery/UPS System.Expansionof theserverroom necessaryto accommodate installationofnew equipmentforthe upgrade.Existing cablingsystemsisnot orderlyandhaveno fireprotection system, humidity/temperature controlsystem, structuredcablingand securedwalldivider. CentralizedAir conditioning Systemisduefor rehab/replacement. Noexistingworkshop toconductinhouse maintenanceand repairworksof variousLSO equipment.No existingNPD laboratoryfor simulation/evaluation ofprotectiverelay equipment. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR

National Control Center Building

Diliman

2001

ServesasLuzon DispatchCenter,SCADA Serverrm.,Telecom NMS,UPS,EGISserver rm.,OfficeoftheCTO andLSORegionalHead &Staff.

SOHeadOffice/LSO Building

Diliman

1989

SOheadofficeand housingofTelecom, SCADAandProtection Testequipment.

Ampucao RepeaterStation

Bgy. Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet

1980

Cabacungan RepeaterStation

Cabacungan CTS, Cabacungan, Allen, Northern Samar

2000

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,wind forcesandmechanical stressesandtoprovide spaceforadditional equipmentand ancillaries. MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstand heavywindforcesand loadstress/strain andtoprovidespace foradditional equipmentand ancillaries.

CabuyaoRepeater Station

Bgy. Cabuyao, Tuba, Benguet

1998

Toprovidespacefor additionalequipment andancillaries.

RA6969.

Item No.

Infrastructure Description

Location

Year Constructed/ Installed

Operational Relevance
Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

CalapanRepeater Station

Bgy. Semaron, CalapanCity, Oriental Mindoro

2003

CamaligRepeater Station

Bgy. Kitwinan, Camalig, Albay

1986

MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstand heavywindforcesand loadstress/strain.

CuyapoRepeater Station

Bgy.Landik, Cuyapo, NuevaEcija

1998

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,wind forcesandmechanical stressesandtoprovide spaceforadditional equipmentand ancillaries. Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking. Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strainandto providespacefor additionalequipment andancillaries.

Dasol(Hill144) RepeaterStation

Bgy.Alilaw, Dasol, Pangasinan

1998

10

DeLaPaz RepeaterStation

Bgy.Haligue Silangan, BatangasCity

2000

11

Guinayangan RepeaterStation

Bgy.Ermita, Guinayangan, Quezon

1998

MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstand heavywindforcesand loadstress/strain.

12

Hill399Repeater Station

Bgy. Banawag, Morong, Bataan

1998

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

Item No.

Infrastructure Description

Location

Year Constructed/ Installed

Operational Relevance
Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

13

IlaganRepeater Station

IlaganS/S, Ilagan, Isabela

2003

14

Kalayaan RepeaterStation

Kalayaan Substation, Bgy.Lewin, Lumban,

2004

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,wind forcesandmechanical stresses.

15

LoocRepeater Station

Bgy.Limon Norte,Looc, Romblon

2003

Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain. MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstand heavywindforcesand loadstress/strain andtoprovidespace foradditional equipmentand ancillaries. Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

16

LucbanRepeater Station

Bgy.Palola, Lucban, Quezon

1991

17

MagatRepeater Station

Bgy.Gen. Aguinaldo, Magat, Isabela

2003

18

MatabaRepeater Station

Bgy. Malanday, SanMateo, Rizal

1998

Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

19

MatnogRepeater Station

Bgy.Pangue, Matnog, Sorsogon

1998

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

Item No.

Infrastructure Description

Location

Year Constructed/ Installed

Operational Relevance
Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strainandto providespacefor additionalequipment andancillaries.

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

20

Maunong RepeaterStation

Bgy. Maunong. Calamba, Laguna

1998

21

MexicoRepeater Station

Mexico Substation, Mexico, Pampanga

1980

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

22

NewBacMan RepeaterStation

Bgy. Bocalbocalan, Sorsogon

2003

Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

23

OldBacMan RepeaterStation

Bgy.Palayan, Manito, Albay

1998

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

24

PalauigRepeater Station

Bgy.Lipay, Palauig, Zambales

2003

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

25

Pantabangan RepeaterStation

Bgy. Sampaloc, Pantabangan, NuevaEcija

2004

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

26

PasacaoRepeater Station

Bgy.Macad, Pasacao, Camarines Sur

1991

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,wind forcesandmechanical stresses.

Item No.

Infrastructure Description

Location

Year Constructed/ Installed

Operational Relevance
Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Noenclosurewhich exposetheTelecom equipmenttosecurity threat.NoHazwaste shelterfacilityand secondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

27

Pinamalayan RepeaterStation

Bgy.Calingag, Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro

2003

28

PulagRepeater Station

Kabayan, Benguet

1986

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

29

RomaNorte RepeaterStation

RomaNorte, Enrile, Cagayan

2003

Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

30

SanIsidro RepeaterStation

Bgy.San Isidro, Labrador, Pangasinan

1998

MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstand heavywindforcesand loadstress/strain.

31

SanAquilino RepeaterStation

Bgy.San Aquilino, Roxas, Oriental Mindoro

2003

Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorder toaccommodate additionalAntennaload andwithstandwind forcesandload stress/strain.

32

SanRoque RepeaterStation

Bgy.San Roque, Pulangui, Albay

2003

Toprovideshelterof Telecomequipment fromdecayandprotect thelifeofthe equipmentand personnelworking.

33

TamayoRepeater Station

Bgy.Tamayo. Calaca, Batangas

1986

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,wind forcesandmechanical stresses.

D.2.1.2.

VISAYASGRID

VRCC OrmocACC BacolodACC BoholACC PanayACC

CebuCity OrmocCity BocolodCity TagbilaranCity IloiloCity

Location Commissioned

VISAYASREGIONALCONTROLCENTER : Nasipit,Talamban,CebuCity : March2001

Location Commissioned : :

BOHOLAreaControlCenter Dampas,TagbilaranCity,Bohol ColocatedwithBoholDieselPlant(SALCON)

ORMOCAREACONTROLCENTER Location Commissioned : : Milagro,OrmocCity July2007


Location Commissioned

BACOLODAREACONTROLCENTER : BacolodCityNegrosOccidental : ColocatedwithMBSCBuilding

Location Commissioned

PANAYAREACONTROLCENTER : Sta.Barbara,IloiloCity : ColocatedatO&MBuilding

VSO Facility Infrastructure Profile Region:VisayasSystemOperations Item No. Infrastructure Description Location Year Constructed/ Installed Operational Relevance
Thisbuildinghousethe VisayasNational ControlCenter dispatchingandVisayas SORegionalOffice.

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Thespaceisnolonger enoughforthe additionalequipment ofTelecom&SCADA andofficefor personnel. NoFireProtection Systeminplacedto protecttheexpensive equipmentand materials@NTSD laboratory. Thisisonlyfornon hazardousmaterials. Thespaceisvery smallandisforVSO generatedwastes whichcannotbe disposedwithoutCOA clearance. Thespaceisnolonger enoughforVSO materials&supplies. NoFireProtection Systeminplacedto protecttheexpensive equipmentand materials@NTSD laboratory. Thebuildingisowned byO&Mandthe controlcenterisco locatedwiththe controlroom.The buildingdoesnot havefireprotection system. Thebuildingisowned byO&Mandthe controlcenterisco locatedwiththe controlroom.The buildingsdonothave fireprotection system. Thebuildingisowned bySalconPower Corporation(formerly NPCBDPP)andthe controlcenterisco locatedwiththe controlroom.The buildingdoesnot havefireprotection system.

VisayasNational Control

VisayasPower Complex, Nasipit, Talamban, Cebu VisayasPower Complex, Nasipit, Talamban, Cebu

2001

NTSDMech.Room

2007

Thisbuildingisusedas TelecomMechanical laboratory.

ShadedWaste Storage

VisayasPower Complex, Nasipit, Talamban, Cebu VisayasPower Complex, Nasipit, Talamban, Cebu

2007

Thisbuildingstoresthe reusable/recyclable wastesgenerated. Thesewastescannotbe disposedwithoutCOA clearance. Thisbuildinghousesthe VSOmaterialsand suppliesforappropriate inventorylevel. ThishousetheOrmoc ACC,responsibleforthe systemdispatchingof LeyteSamarArea.

Warehouse

2006

OrmocACC

Leyte

2007

BacolodACC

NegOc

colocated

Thisbuildinghousethe BacolodACC, responsibleforthe systemdispatchingof LeyteSamarArea.

PanayACC

StaBarbara

colocated

Thisbuildinghousethe PanayACC,responsible forthesystem dispatchingofPanay Area.

BoholACC

Bohol

colocated

Thisbuildinghousethe BoholACC,responsible forthesystem dispatchingofBohol Area.

Item

Infrastructure

Location

Year

Operational

PROBLEMS/

No.

Description

Constructed/ Installed

Relevance
ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

CONCERNS
NoFireProtection Systeminplacedto protecttheexpensive equipmentand materials@NTSD laboratory. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

MauagaoRS

Borbon,Cebu

2000

10

CamotesRS

AltaVista, Poro,Camotes, Cebu

2004

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

11

MajicRS

Cebu

1995

ThisaMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

12

BuenavistaRS

Bohol

2002

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

13

LoonRS

Bohol

1995

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

14

SiquijorRS

Siquijor

1995

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

15

BusayRS

Cebu

1995

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

Item

Infrastructure

Location

Year

Operational

PROBLEMS/

No.

Description

Constructed/ Installed

Relevance

CONCERNS
Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe repaired/rehabilitated every3years.NoHaz wasteshelterfacility andsecondary containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

16

PanitanRS

Panay

2003

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

17

CaniapasanRS

Panay

2003

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

18

CanlandogRS

NegOc

1995

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

19

IvisanRS

Panay

2003

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

20

JawiliRS

Panay

2003

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

21

PalomponRS

Leyte

1995

ThisMicrowave RepeaterStationwhich housetheTelecom equipmentandcharger. Ithasabackupstandby generatorset.

Item

Infrastructure Description

Location

Year Constructed/

Operational Relevance

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS

No.

Installed
Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds tobe ThisMicrowave repaired/rehabilitated RepeaterStationwhich every3years.NoHaz housetheTelecom wasteshelterfacility equipmentandcharger. andsecondary Ithasabackupstandby containmentonsite generatorset. tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds ThisMicrowave tobe RepeaterStationwhich repaired/rehabilitated housetheTelecom every3years.NoHaz equipmentandcharger. wasteshelterfacility Ithasabackupstandby andsecondary generatorset. containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969. Thebuildingis dilapidatedandneeds ThisMicrowave tobe RepeaterStationwhich repaired/rehabilitated housetheTelecom every3years.NoHaz equipmentandcharger. wasteshelterfacility Ithasabackupstandby andsecondary generatorset. containmentonsite tocomplywithDENR RA6969.

22

Amlan

NegOr

2003

23

Compostela

Cebu

2003

24

Masbate

Masbaste

1995

D.2.1.3.MINDANAOGRID

MRCC CDOACC ButuanACC DavaoACC ZamboACC GensanACC

IliganCity TagoloanMis.Or. ButuanCity DavaoCity ZamboangaCity Gen.SantosCity

MindanaoRegionalControlCenter Location MariaCristina, IliganCity BuildingCompleted 2009

ButuanAreaControlCenter Bonbon,ButuanCity February20,2008

Location Commissioned

Location

DavaoAreaControlCenter NewLoon,TugbokDistrict, DavaoCity August11,2008

Commissioned

Location

GeneralSantosAreaControlCenter Klinan5,Brgy.Mabuhay, GeneralSantosCity August12,2008

Commissioned

ZamboangaAreaControlCenter Location SunSt.,Tumaga, ZamboangaCity Commissioned October2008

Location

CagayanAreaControlCenter Natumulan,Tagoloan, MisamisOriental Colocatedinside TagoloanS/SControlroom

MSO Facility Infrastructure Profile Region:MindanaoSystemOperations Item No. Infrastructure Description


ScaledDown MindanaoRegional ControlCenter

Location

Year Constructed/ Installed


2009

Operational Relevance
Dispatchingcenterand houseSCADAand Telecomequipment andofficeofMSO personnel MiniDispatchingCenter withinaspecificAOR duringsystemblackout

PROBLEMS/ CONCERNS
Needsperimeter fencingandparking Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility, serverroomand backupSCADA redundancy Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility, serverroomand backupSCADA redundancy Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility, serverroomand backupSCADA redundancy Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility, serverroomand backupSCADA redundancy Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility, serverroomand backupSCADA redundancy Needsadditional Hazardwastefacility andrehab/repainting ofshelterandtower do do do do do do do do do do

IliganCity

CagayanDeOroACC

Tagoloan,Mis Oriental

ButuanACC

Bonbon, ButuanCity

2007

MiniDispatchingCenter withinaspecificAOR duringsystemblackout

DavaoACC

NewLoon, DavaoCity

2006

do

GeneralSantosACC

Klinan,Gen. SantosCity

2007

do

ZamboangaACC

Lunzuran

2006

do

LugaitHillRS

Mis.Oriental

1998

Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

DonqueHillRS LangilanonRS HaruhayRS RojalesRS SilopRS JosefaRS MagdiwataRS PasianRS Libaylibay DavaoVanShelter

Mis.Oriental Cagayandeoro Mis.Oriental AgusanNorte SurigaoNorte ButuanCity AgusanSur ComValley ComValley DavaoCity

1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998

Item

Infrastructure

Location

Year

Operational

PROBLEMS/

No.
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Description
MatinalHillRS TupiRS MalalagRS GenSanVan BatulawanRS PanigsikanRS KitangladRS SignalHillRS BugaRS IlihanHill MaligayaRS Taguite MercedesRS LunzuranS/S MSOAnnexBuilding Agus2Van BucaganHillRS SangaliVanShelter DavaoCity SouthCot. DavaoOriental GenSanCity NorthCot. Bukidnon Bukidnon MarawiCity ZamboSur Mis.Occ. ZamboSibugay ZamboCity ZamboCity ZamboCity IliganCity LanaoSur OzamisCity Zamboanga City

Constructed/ Installed
2008 1999 1999 1998 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1990 1998 1998 1998

Relevance
Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Officeareas Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment Tohouseandprotect telecomequipment

CONCERNS
do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do

D.2.2.

PROBLEMSANDISSUES

Improving and sustaining electricity infrastructure should be one of the top priorities.We make it clear that without dramatic improvements and upgradesoverthenextdecadeournation'stransmissionsystemwillfallshort of the reliability standards our economy requires, and will result in higher electricity costs to consumers. We have come up into a variety of tools that will improve advanced system monitoring, visualization, control, operations, and market structure that will ultimately modernize the electricity transmissioninfrastructuretoeasecongestion,allowforincreasesindemand, and provide a greater degree of security and reliability. The problems and issues identified are based on the following aspects, namely: operational, Safety,SecurityandEnvironmentalwhichwilldirectlysupportthemandateof SystemOperations.

ASPECTS OPERATIONAL

PROBLEMS Poorcoolingsystematthe Battery/UPSRoom; DefectiveACUsystem; TelecomEquipmentexposedto rain&sunlight; NoEmergencyBackupControl Center; Nolaboratoryfor simulation/evaluationof protectiverelayequipment; NospaceforTelecom&SCADA additionalequipment; NofacilityforadditionalArea ControlCentertobeusedfor dispatching; Noworkshopformaintenance Congested&dilapidatedServer Roomposeelectrocutionhazard topersonnel; Nofireprotectionsystem; Dilapidatedanddefectiveoffices andfacilities; Congestedworkingarea; NoHazWasteSheltertostore Hazardouswastesgeneratedin variousfacilities.(Asrequiredby RA6969)

SAFETY&SECURITY

ENVIRONMENTAL

D.3.REQUIREMENTANALYSIS
D.3.1.IMPROVEMENTANDEXPANSIONOFCIVILINFRASTRUCTURE Infrastructurerequirementsisduetotheincreasingdemandofthegridandto support the needs of the existing, additional, improvement and new infrastructureaswellasitsequipment/materialsneededinthreeregions. D.3.2.CORPORATEBUSINESSNEEDS
APPLICATIONS WORKAREA CAPACITY X X X X X INFRASTRUCTUREREQUIREMENTS(20102019) STRATEGIC LOCATION X X REMARKS Forcomplianceto Statutoryrequirements Tocomplimentthe workforcerequirement

RESPONSETOREGULATORY 1. REQUIREMENTS 2. MANPOWERREQUIREMENT 3. HEALTH,SAFETY& ENVIRONMENTALCONDITION 4. TECHNOLOGYEVOLUTION 5. MANAGEMENTDIRECTION

Tohavesafe&secure workingareas Tocopewiththe demand Addressstakeholder Needs

EXISTINGFACILITIES/INFRASUFFICIENTFORTHEPURPOSEUP2019

D.3.3.REGULATORYCOMPLIANCE
LAW/REGULATION ISSUES Tocomplytheregulationsasmandated; Toaddressfiresafetyandsecuritystandardsfor personnel,infrastructureandequipment;

1. PHILIPPINEGRIDCODE,ERC ANDIRROFRA9136 2. RA9514,REVISEDFIRE CODEOFTHEPHILIPPINES OF2008 3. OCCUPATIONALSAFETYANDHEALTH STANDARDSAS AMENDED 4. DOEADMINISTRATIVEORDERNO.110 DIRECTINGTHEINSTITUTIONALIZATION OFTHEGOVERNMENTMANAGEMENTON ENERGYEFFICIENCYPROGRAM 5. RA6969,HAZARDOUSWASTEACT

Toaddressoccupationalhealthandsafetystandards forpersonnel,infrastructureandequipment; Provideenergycostefficientfacilities; Provideproperstorageanddisposalofidentified hazardwaste.

D.3.4.MATERIALS&PERIPHERALS
1. REQUIREMENTS AIRCONDITIONINGSYSTEM REASONS Replacement of a/c units whose cost of spare parts and/or upgrades are too expensive and to do away with ozone depletingsubstancepresentinoldacu Protection of our personnel, equipment and facilities from destruction against fireandotherexternalforces Contingencymeasuresincaseofpowerfailure Provision of tables, chairs including wirings/outlets facilitiesandexpansions & for cubicles new

2.

FIRE FIGHTING CONTROLS

SYSTEM

&

3. 4.

GENSET/UPS/SOLARPANELS OFFICESYSTEMS

5. 6.

SPAREPARTS SECURITY&SAFETY

Replacementofwornout/defective parts Toprovideprotectionofequipment,personneland infrastructure;provisionforinstallationofsurveillance equipmentformonitoringrecording;provisionforaccess controltocontrolledfacilities

D.4. PLANNINGCRITERIA
D.4.1.REQUIREMENTPHILOSOPHY Decisiontorespondtotherequirementsofthesystemagainstimpactoncore businessvisviseconomics; Reliability,securityandsafetylinktogridcompliance; Increaseflexibilitytotechnologytrends; Supporttoclimatechangemandate;and Provisionofthenecessaryinfrastructuretosustaintheintegratedmanagement systemimplementation. D.4.2.INFRASTRUCTUREDEVELOPMENTPOLICY Civil infrastructure shall continue to accommodate and prioritize those identifiedforthesystemimprovement,enhancementandtechnologyupdates; Materials & peripherals shall be acquired to coincide with the infra requirements; Various control & measures shall be implemented in order to sustain the security,safetyofthepersonnel,facilitiesandequipment; The use of energyefficient and environmentally compliant airconditioning units,equipment&firesuppressionagentsinallfacilities;and Toaccommodateandprioritizepowergridrequirementsforareliablesupplyof deliverables. D.4.3.POLICIES GRIDCODE; FIRECODEANDOTHERLEGAL&STATUTORYREQUIREMENTS; SPAREPARTSMANAGEMENTPOLICY; INTEGRATEDMANAGEMENTSYSTEMPOLICY; PROTECTIONPHILOSOPHY; SECURITYPOLICY;AND ENVIRONMENTALCOMPLIANCEPOLICY.

D.5.PROJECTDEVELOPMENT
D.5.1.GUIDELINES Infrastructure shall be programmed to meet expected growth in the geographical requirements up to the end of expected economic life. All infra projectsshallalwaysbeinpursuantandinconsistentwiththeplansofSystem Operationsandotherconcernedgroups;

Infrastructure requirement shall meet the regulatory compliance consistent withthemarketdemandsoftheorganization; All materials and peripherals identified shall be provided to address the technologyphilosophyoftheinfrastructurerequirements; Allinfrastructureprojects(expansion,rehabandupgrade)shallbebycontract orturnkeyexceptwhentherearenocompetitivecontactorsofinfralocatedat isolatedareas;and CAPEXPROJECTSshallbeclassifiedaswrittenbelowandaccordingtonetwork andnonnetworkcategories: 1) Expansion 3) Replacement Newasset Addvaluetoexistingasset Replace(devalued)asset 2) Upgrade/Rehab

D.5.2.ECONOMICANALYSIS Economicanalysisininfrastructureaimstoestablishtheleastcostoption possible and but should incorporate compliance to government regulationsandaddressimpactonthegridrequirements;and Alternatives from which to determine optimum allocation of resources aredefinedaccordingtothefollowingaspects: 1) Methodofprojectimplementationturnkeyorinhouse 2) Meansofestablishingandsustainingtheinfraleaseorown 3) Distribution of benefits versus limitation of facilities e.g. what technology and equipment/materials that offers flexibility to accommodate the most applicable and satisfying infrastructure that willenhanceoursystemoperations

D.5.3.SECURITYANDSAFETYCONCERNS All activities of the infra projects shall strictly comply with the corporate securitypolicy; Commitmentofinvolvedpartiestothesecurityofactivities,andsafetyof personnel;and Implementationofthesecurityandsafetymeasuresanditsneededaudit on different phases of the project to establish accuracy and efficiency of thevariouscontrolmeasuresindicated. D.5.4.CAPEXSCHEDULE
D.5.4.1.SYSTEMOPERATIONSNETWORKINFRASTRUCTURESUMMARY(INMILLION)
CAPEX 1.EXPANSION DESCRIPTION NewNetworkAssetsproposedbasedon theplanningcriteriaandneedsofthe existinginfrastructureprofile ImprovedorrehabNetworkprojectsto keepupwiththerequirementsand preventonsetdeteriorationofassets. Replacedordevaluedordestroyed Networkassetsbasedontheplanning criteria TOTALCOST,P689.7065 LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO

210.30

105.86

204.93

2.UPGRADE/REHAB

72.8

19.95

10.6665

3.REPLACEMENT

58

6.9


D.5.4.2.SYSTEMOPERATIONSNONNETWORKINFRASTRUCTURESUMMARY(INMILLION)
CAPEX 1.EXPANSION DESCRIPTION NewnonNetworkAssetsproposedbased ontheplanningcriteriaandneedsofthe existinginfrastructureprofile 15.06 2.UPGRADE/REHAB Improvedorrehabnonnetworkprojects tokeepupwiththerequirementsand preventonsetdeteriorationofassets. 0.55 3.REPLACEMENT Replacedordevaluedordestroyednon Networkassetsbasedontheplanning criteria 0 0 4.99 0 TOTALCOST,P97.040 LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO

76.44

D.5.4.3.SUMMARYOFCAPEXSCHEDULE,PESO
SYSTEMOPERATIONSNETWORKINFRASTRUCTURE(INMILLION)
REGION LUZON 61.96 VISAYAS 8.2 MINDANAO 78.303 GRAND TOTAL 148.463 119.897 3.08 1.79 489.947 0.67 0.56 8.44 0.3245 2.142 0.39 215.5965 689.4065 50.9965 71.44 15.5 12.02 3.55 11.3 3.45 1.9 2.4 2.95 132.71 130.24 24.3 27.2 22.1 46.3 4.9 8.7 7.2 8.2 341.10 2 Regulatory 2010 2011 2012
nd rd th

3 Regulatory 2013 2014 2015 2016

4 Regulatory 2017 2018 2019

TOTAL

D.5.4.4.SUMMARYOFCAPEXSCHEDULE,PESO
SYSTEMOPERATIONSNONNETWORKINFRASTRUCTURE(INMILLION)
REGION LUZON 27.631 VISAYAS 2.49 MINDANAO 0 GRAND TOTAL 29.971 0 0 0 66.222 0 0 0 0 0.50 0 0 0 96.693 1 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.99 24.428 20.38 16.914 0 2 .5 0 0 0 91.853 2 Regulatory 2010 2011 2012
nd rd th

3 Regulatory 2013 2014 2015 2016

4 Regulatory 2017 2018 2019

TOTAL


D.4.5.TABULATEDCAPEXPROGRAMFORSYSTEMOPERATIONS NETWORKINFRASTRUCTURE ITEM CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE LOCATION YEAR AMOUNT (inPhp) OPERATIONALRELEVANCE

LuzonSystemOperations LNI1 EnclosureofTelecom Equipment(138sites) Spread throughout Luzonfacilities 2010 2012 4.9M Toprovidenetwork equipmentsecurity. Toprovideorderlycabling system,fireprotection system, humidity/temperature controlsystem,structured cablingandsecuredwall dividerthusproviding securedandreliabledata relatedtothenetwork operations. Toprovidebackup operationduring emergencycasesfor continuedreliablepower supplyintheLuzonGrid. Toaccommodate installationofnew equipmentforthe upgrade. Tostrengthenexisting antennatowerinorderto accommodateadditional Antennaloadand withstandwindforcesand loadstress/strain. Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towers/woodpolesin ordertowithstandheavy windforcesandload stress/strain.

LNI2

ServerRoom Rehab/Expansion (IS/IT) BackupSite

Mexico

2011 2013

2.4M

LNI3

ConstructionofBackupEMS andCLACCbuilding (PermanentEmergency BackupControlCenter)

Mexico

2010 2011

136.5M

LNI4

Rehab/expansionofNCC SCADAServerRoom

Diliman

2010 2011

12.1M

LNI5

Retrofittingworksfor MicrowaveTowerfor MaunongR/S

Luzon

2012

1.5M

LNI6

ReplacementofMicrowave AntennaeTowers (Installationonly) Lucban Guinayangan Camalig Bacnotan Cabacungan

Luzon

2011 2015

34M

LNI7

Replacementof MWAntennae Tower(Supply& Install) CuyapoR/S KalayaanEHV AmpucaoR/S PasacaoR/S CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

Luzon

2011 2014

24M

Toreplaceweak MicrowaveAntenna towersinorderto withstandadditional antennaload,windforces andmechanicalstresses.

ITEM

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONALRELEVANCE

LuzonSystemOperations Spread throughout Philippines Toprovideequipment shelterandantennatower fortheproposed expansionofMicrowave radiobackbonenation wide.

LNI8

NewRepeaterStations 2R/SZambalesArea

2015

31M

LNI9

LNI10

LNI11

LNI12

LNI13 LNI14

ExpansionofEquipment Building Cuyapo DelaPaz Maunong Ampucao Lucban Cabuyao Rehabilitationof RepeaterStations Buildings Rehabilitationof RepeaterStations perimeterfence Repaintingandbolt retighteningof microwave communication towers Waterproofingof microwaveRepeater Stationshelters Concretingofaccess roadforSanIsidroR/S RehabofNCC/LRCCControl Room Constructionofpower supplylineforvariousRelay stationsinLuzon Constructionofstainless fueltankforrepeater station

Luzon

2011 2013

7M

Toprovidespacefor additionalequipmentand ancillaries.

Luzon

2011 2019 2011 2019

15M

Toprovidebettershelter,working conditionandprotectionof telecomandauxiliaryequipment fromnaturalelements. Tosecurerepeaterstations equipment..

Luzon

25M

Luzon

2011 2019

11.3M

Toprolonglifespanof communicationtowersdueto corrosion.

Luzon Luzon

2011 2019 2011

10M 6M

Toprovideshelterandprotectthe repeaterstationsequipment. ToprovidesafeaccessroadtoSan IsidroR/Sformaintenance activitiesandfueldeliveries. ForrenovationofLRCCforthe newupgradedSCADAsystem includingarrangementofnew furniture/consolesandthe creationofDTSroom. Toprovideareliablepower supplyfortherelaystation Toprovidereservefueltothe generatorsetsforrepeater stations.

LNI15

Diliman

2011

10M

LNI16

Luzon

2011 2019 2011 2019

6.5M

LNI17

Luzon

3.9M


ITEM CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE LOCATION YEAR AMOUNT (inPhp) OPERATIONAL RELEVANCE
Toprovideareliablepower systemandimproved dispatchingatBoholAreaand VSOSatelliteofficefor SCADA/Telecom Toprovideareliablepower systemandimproved dispatchingatNegrosArea Toprovideareliablepower systemandimproved dispatchingatPanayArea Toprovideexpansionofthe existingControlRoomforthe additionalSCADAandTelecom EquipmentandSimulation Roomtoenhancedispatchers skillswithregardstosystem security&reliability.

VisayasSystemOperations
VNI1 ConstructionofBoholACC(2 storey,(incl.ACU,OfficeSystem, FireProtectionSystem,Structured Cabling) ConstructionofBacolodACC(2 storey,(incl.ACU,OfficeSystem, FireProtectionSystem,Structured Cabling,genset) ConstructionofPanayACC (incl.ACU,OfficeSystem,Fire ProtectionSystem,Structured Cabling,genset) RCCControlRoom Expansion/Simulation&Training Room(incl.ACU,OfficeSystem, FireProtectionSystem,Structured Cabling) EmergencyBackupControl Centerbldg.(incl.ACU,Fire ProtectionSystem,ServerRoom, StructuredCabling,officesystem, emergencyGensetandraised flooring) ExpansionofVNCCBuildingleft Wing(Incl.OfficeSystem, structuredCabling,Firefighting system,ACUSystem) Rehabilitation/improvementof VNCCBldg.fireprotectionsys (includes:installationofdamper toACUducting,roompartitionto sealopeningsofceiling&raised flooring) Rehab/repair/expansionof TelecomCanlandogMWRepeater Stations(incl.Slopeprotection, Hazwasteshelter&secondary containmentinstallation,tower painting&reinforcement DampasDistrict, TagbilaranCity 20102011 6.2M

VNI2

MansiliganDistrict, IloiloCity

20122013

8.62M

VNI3

Sta.Barbara,Iloilo City

20132014

8.4M

VNI4

VisayasNational ControlCenter, Naspit,Talamban, CebuCity

20102011

3M

VNI5

MandaueS/S, MandaueCity

20112012

15M

Toprovidebackupoperation duringemergencycasesfor continuedreliablepowersupply

VNI6

Nasipit,Talamban, CebuCity

20112012

14M

Toprovideaadditionalspace, structuredcablingforNetwork protectionlaboratory,workable officeforVSOpersonneland equipment

VNI7

Nasipit,Talamban, CebuCity

2015

2M

Toprovideadditionalprotection systembyisolatingthesourceof fire

VNI8

Brgy.Canlandog, Murcia,Negros Occidental

2011 2016

2.85M

Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseTelecom auxiliaryequipmentand materials,provideriprapfor slopeprotectionandtocomply withtheenvironmentallaws Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseTelecom auxiliaryEquipmentand materials,toprovideriprapfor slopeprotectionandtocomply withtheenvironmentallaws Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseTelecom auxiliaryequipmentand materialsandtocomplywith theenvironmentallaws

VNI9

Rehab/repairofTelecomIvisan MWRepeaterStations(incl.Slope HazWasteshelter,secondary containment,towerrepainting

Mt.Supo,Ilaya, Ivisan,Capiz

2013 2018

1M

VNI10

Rehab/repairofTelecomJawili MWRepeaterStations((incl. installationofHazWasteshelter, secondarycontainment,tower repainting)

Brgy.Jawili, Tangalan,Aklan

2012 2017

2M

ITEM

CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONAL RELEVANCE

VisayasSystemOperations
VNI11 Rehab/repairofTelecomPanitan MWRepeaterStationsBldg infrastructure(incl.Tower repainting,HazWasteShelter& secondarycontainment) Rehab/repairofTelecom PalomponMWRepeaterStation Bldg.(incl.Towerrepainting, perimeterfenceHazWaste Shelter&secondarycontainment) Rehab/repairofTelecomMasbate MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. Towerrepainting,HazWaste Shelter,perimeterfence& secondarycontainment) Rehab/repairofTelecomMajic MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. Towerrepainting,HazWaste Shelter&secondarycontainment andperimeterfence) Rehab/repairofTelecom BuenavistaMWRepeaterStation Bldg.(includingPerimeterfence, towerreinforcement&repainting, Hazwaste&secondary containmentconstruction) Rehab/RepairofTelecomBusay MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. constructionofTelecomHaz WasteShelter&Secondary Containmentandtower Repainting Rehab/RepairofTelecomCamotes MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. repainting,constructionof TelecomHazWasteShelter& SecondaryContainment) RepairofTelecomMaugaoMW RepeaterStationBldg.(incl. Repainting,Constructionof TelecomHazWasteShelter& SecondaryContainment) Rehab/RepairofTelecomLoon MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. Repainting,constructionof TelecomHazWasteShelter& SecondaryContainment) Rehab/RepairofTelecomSiquijor MWRepeaterStationBldg.(incl. constructionofTelecomHaz WasteShelter&Secondary Containment,towerrepainting andperimeterfence) Rehab/RepairofTelecom CaniapasanMWRepeaterStation Bldg(incl.constructionofHaz WasteShelter,PerimeterFence, Slopeprotectionandrepaintingof TelecomTower Rehab/RepairofTelecom CompostelaTowerandequipment Van(includingrepaintingof TelecomTower,and Van)secondarycontainment) PanitanDPP,Panit an,Capiz 2014 2019 0.9M Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseTelecom auxiliaryequipmentand materialsandtocomplywith theenvironmentallaws Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials.

VNI12

Brgy.Sta.Rosa, Matagob,Leyte

2014 2019

1.4M

VNI13

Brgy.Labigan,PioV. Corpuz,Masbate

2011 2016

1.35M

VNI14

Camp7,Cebu

2013 2018

0.9M

VNI15

Brgy.Lusong, Buenavista,Bohol

2014 2019

0.9M

VNI16

BabagI,Busay, CebuCity

2013 2018

1M

VNI17

AltaVista,Poro, Camotes,Cebu

2012 2017

0.85M

VNI18

Brgy.Tagnucan, Borbon,Cebu

2012 2017

0.60M

VNI19

Brgy.,Cabadog, Loon,Bohol

2012 2017

0.95M

VNI20

Brgy.Canlasong, Larena,Siquijor

2011 2016

1.35M

VNI21

Brgy.Mapili,San Enrique,Iloilo

2011 2016

1.9M

VNI22

Compostela,Cebu

2011 2016

1M

ITEM

CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONAL RELEVANCE

VisayasSystemOperations
VNI23 Rehab/RepairofTelecomTabango Towerandequipmentroom (includingrepaintingofTelecom Bldg.&Tower) ExpansionofTalambanTelecom BatteryRoomandTower Repainting Tabango,Leyte 2011 2016 1M Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterials. Toprovidebettershelterand restoreoriginalconditionofthe buildingthatwillhouseof Telecombatteries. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidebettershelterof Telecomauxiliaryequipment andmaterialsandrestore originalconditionofthetelecom tower. Toprovidereliabletelecom NetworkforVisayasand Mindanao

VNI24

Nasipit,Talamban, Cebu

2011 2013 2018 2013 2018

1.6M

VNI25

ExpansionofSta.BarbaraTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting

Sta.Barbara,Iloilo City

1.4M

VNI26

ExpansionofWVATelecom BatteryRoomandtower repainting

Bo.Obrero,Iloilo City

1.4M

VNI27

RepairofUbayTelecomRoomand towerrepainting

Ubay,Bohol

2014 2019

0.90

VNI28

RepairofAmlanTelecomRoom andtowerrepainting

Amlan,Negros Oriental

2014 2019

0.80

VNI29

RepairofSubaTelecomRoomand towerrepainting

Suba,Samboan, Cebu

2015 2019

0.90

VNI30

RepairofOrmocTelecomRoom andtowerrepainting

Milagro,OrmocCity

2015 2019

0.60

VNI31

RepairofBacolodTelecomRoom andtowerrepainting

Mansilingan District,Bacolod City

2015 2019

0.70

VNI32

RepairofTongonanTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting

Tongonan, Kanangga,Leyte

2011 2016

0.90

VNI33

RepairofTalisayTelecomRoom andtowerrepainting

Talisay,Daan Bantayan,Cebu

2011 2016

1M

VNI34

RepairofMaasinTelecomRoom andtowerrepainting InstallationofnewRepeater StationandTelecomTowerat Jagna,Bohol

Brgy.Tamis, MaasinCity, Southern,Leyte

2012 2017

1M

VNI35

Jagna,Bohol

2012

17.92m

ITEM

CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONAL RELEVANCE

VisayasSystemOperations
VNI36 InstallationofnewMicrowave RepeaterStation@Guimaras Island ConstructionofCorellaACC (incl.ACU,OfficeSystem,Fire ProtectionSystem,Structured Cabling,genset) Guimaras,Panay Island 2011 17.92m Toprovidereliabletelecom networkforBacolod&Iloilo. Toprovideareliablepower systemandimproved dispatchingatBoholArea

VNI37

Corella,Bohol

2015

8.4M


ITEM CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE LOCATION YEAR AMOUNT (inPhp) OPERATIONALRELEVANCE MindanaoSystemOperations
ConstructionofMindanaoRegional ControlCenterBldg(MRCCBldg) AcompleteRegionalControl CenterBldgtohouseadispatch arena,SCADAandTelecom equipmentandofficesforMSO withproperairconforequipment &personnelsafetyandsecurity system Toprovidebettershelter, workingconditionandprotection oftelecomandauxiliary equipmentfromnaturalelements Toprovidebettershelter, workingconditionandprotection oftelecomandauxiliary equipmentfromnatural elements. Toreplacecurrenttowerat GeneralSantosconsideringithas beendisposedofbyPSALM Toprovidealinkto Barobo/TabinaandtoBisligS/S andimprovetelecomoperational efficiency. Toprovideserverroom,Haz wasteStorage,andACCSCADA RedundancySystem ToprovidealinktoMt.Libay libayRStoimprovetelecom operationalefficiency. ToprovidealinkfromMaramag S/StoOverviewS/StoDavaoS/S tocreateanewrouteandthus improvetelecomoperational efficiency. Toprovideserverroom,Haz wasteStorage,andACCSCADA RedundancySystem Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking.

MNI1

Carmen,Cagayande OroCity

201011

176.08M

MNI2

ConstructionofTelecomShelterin DavaoS/S

DavaoCity

2010

1.68M

MNI3

ConstructionofTelecomShelterin SangaliS/S ConstructionofTowerFoundation andErectionofTowerinGeneral Santosandacquisitionoflot ConstructionofTelecomShelter perimeterfencingandErectionof towerandlotacquisitionfor Barobo/Tagbina Upgradeof2ACCsto Accommodateserverroom,Haz RoomandACCSCADARedundancy System ConstructionofTelecomShelter andErectionoftowerLot acquisitionforJaquimitan ConstructionofTelecomShelter perimeterfencingandErectionof towerLotacquisitionforOverview S/S Upgradeof2ACCsto Accommodateserverroom,Haz RoomandACCSCADARedundancy System Rehabofshelterandrepaintingof antennatowerinMt.JosefaRS Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinMt.Buga,Mt. Maligaya,Mt.TaguiteR/S

Sangali,Zamboanga City

2010

1.68M

MNI4

GeneralSantosCity Barobo,Surigaodel Sur DavaoCity &ZamboangaCity

2010

2.95M

MNI5

2010

7.85M

MNI6

201112

2.24M

MNI7

CompostelaValley

2011

3.42M

MNI8

Bukidnon

2011

3.42M

MNI9

ButuanCity& Gen.SantosCity

201213

2.24M

MNI10

ButuanCity

2012

0.17M

MNI11

ZamboangaAreas

2012

0.67M

ITEM

CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONALRELEVANCE

MindanaoSystemOperations
MNI12 Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinBucaganHilland LopezJaenaRS Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinSignalHillRS Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinLugait,Donque HillandMt.HaruhayRS Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinMt.Kitangladand Mt.PanigsikanRS ConstructionofTelecomShelter perimeterfencingandErectionof towerLotacquisitionforBunawan Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowersinMt.Silopand Mt.Rojales Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowerinMt.TupiRS Rehabofsheltersandrepaintingof antennatowersinLunzuran, Mercedez,Malalag,Pikit, Magdiwata,Libaylibay RehabofSOCCandrepaintingfor antennatower MisamisOccidental 2013 0.45M Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. ToprovidealinkfromSan FranciscoRSandtoJaquimitanto improvetelecomoperational efficiency. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking. Torestoreshelterandantenna towerfromonsetofdecayand protectthelifeoftheequipment andpersonnelworking.

MNI13

MarawiCity

2013

0.22M

MNI14

MisamisOriental

2014

0.67M

MNI15

Bukidnon

2015

0.56M

MNI16

Bunawan,Agusan delSur

2016

7.85M

MNI17

2016

0.59M

MNI18

SouthCotabato

2017

0.3245M

MNI19

2018

2.142M

MNI20

IliganCity

2019

0.39M

D.4.6.TABULATEDCAPEXPROGRAMFORSYSTEMOPERATIONS NONNETWORKINFRASTRUCTURE
ITEM CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE LOCATION YEAR AMOUNT (inPhp) OPERATIONALRELEVANCE
Toprovideworkplaceforthe rehab/repair/maintenanceof radio,telecomaux.,portable gensets,ACUsandfabricationof antennaeandothermechanical structures. Toprovidequartersforthe dispatchersongraveyardshift. Tocomplywiththe EnvironmentalRegulatoryIssues onsafestorageandhandlingof wastematerialsofSO. Toprovidelaboratorybldgforthe simulation/evaluationof protectiverelayswithundesired operationstoensureintegrity. FortheSafetyofNLACC personnel. ToreplacetheolddamagedGlass SwingDoorsattheMain& ServiceEntries. ToInstalltheNewNGCPSignage FortheSafetyandSecurityof NLACCBuilding. Toprovideanallinoneserver roomforeasymanagementand security. Forreplacementofoldservice vehicle(1990model)toensure safetyofandroadworthiness.

LuzonSystemOperations

LNNI1

MultiPurposeWorkshop

Diliman

2010 2011

3.5M

LNNI2

HazardousWasteStorageExpansion ofHermosaWarehouse

Hermosa

2010 2011

1M

LNNI3

NPDLSORelayLaboratory InstallationofConcreteCoverfor OpenCanalinfrontNLACC Compound ReplacementofGlassSwingDoors& InstallationofProtectiveSlidingDoors @theMain&ServiceEntriesof NLACCBuilding Fabrication/InstallationofNGCP Signage/(s)forNLACCBuilding ConstructionofPerimeterFence@ NLACC CentralizedDataCenter forLSO AcquisitionofSOServiceVehicle(84 Units)

Diliman

2011 2012

5M

LNNI4

NLACC

2010

0.35M

LNNI5

NLACC

2010

0.200M

LNNI6

NLACC

2010

0.060M

LNNI7

NLACC

2016 2011 2012 2010 2013

0.500M

LNNI8

Diliman Luzon,Visayas& Mindanao

5M

LNNI9

76.24M

ITEM

CIVILINFRASTRUCTURE

LOCATION

YEAR

AMOUNT (inPhp)

OPERATIONALRELEVANCE
Toprovidespacefordispatchers whilewaitingforthescheduled dutyandalsoaspartof contingencymeasureswhere doubleshiftingisrequired. Toprovideshadedparkingfor NGCPvehiclesinorderto preservethevehiclesfromdirect exposuretoheatfromsun&rain. Toexpandexistingconference roomandprovidespacefor storageroomforthefoods, VideoconEquipment& peripherals Toprovideanallinoneserver roomforeasymanagementand security. Forreplacementofoldservice vehicle(1990model)toensure safetyofandroadworthiness.

VisayasSystemOperations
VNNI1 DispatchersLounge@Rooftop VisayasNational ControlCenter, Naspit,Talamban, CebuCity Nasipit,Talamban, CebuCity 2011 800T

VNNI2

ShadedParkingforNGCP&visitors vehicles

2011 2014

3.4M

VNNI3

ConferenceRoomExpansion

Nasipit,Talamban, CebuCity

2011

350T

VNNI6

RaisedFlooringatOrmocACCControl Room RaisedFlooringatPanay ACCControlRoom

Ormoc

2011

230T

VNNI7

Panay

2011

210T

D.4.7.CAPEXPROGRAMSCHEDULE
D.4.7.1.LSONETWORKCAPEXSCHEDULE PROJECTDESCRIPTIONNEW(inmillion)
WORKORDERSFOR EXPANSION 1. EnclosureofTelecom Equipment(138equipt.) 2. ServerRoom Rehab/Expansion(IS/IT) BackupSite 3.ConstructionofBackup EMSandCLACCbuilding (PermanentEmergency BackupControlCenter) 4.Rehab/expansionofNCC SCADAServerRoom 5. Retrofittingof MicrowaveAntennae TowerforMaunongR/S 6.Replacementof MicrowaveTower (Installationonly) BacnotanS/S,LucbanS/S Cabacungan,Guinayangan R/S,CamaligR/S WORKORDERSFOR

2010 1.9

2011 1.5

2012 1.5

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL 4.9

1.0

0.7

0.7

2.4

53.56

82.94

136.5

6.5

5.6

12.1

5.0 2011

1.5

10.0 2015

2016

1.5 5.0 3.0 8.0 8.0 10.0 TOTAL

3.0

8.0 2013

8.0 2014

2010

2012

2017

2018

2019

EXPANSION 7.Replacementof MWAntennae Tower(Supply& Install)CuyapoR/S KalayaanEHV AmpucaoR/S PasacaoR/S 8.Constructionof 2NewR/SforZambales 6.0 2.0 1.5 6.0 6.0 3.0 1.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 31.0 2.0 2.0 3.0 15.0

31.0

9.ExpansionofEquipment BuildingCuyapoR/S DelaPaz&MaunongR/S Lucban,Ampucao &CabuyaoR/S 10.Rehabilitationof RepeaterStations Buildings 11.Rehabilitationof RepeaterStations perimeterfence 12.Repaintingandbolt retighteningof microwave communicationtowers 13.Waterproofingof microwaveRepeater Stationshelters 14.Concretingofaccess roadforSanIsidroR/S 15.RehabofNCC/LRCC ControlRoom 16.Constructionofpower supplylineforvarious RelaystationsinLuzon 17.Constructionofstainless fueltankforrepeater station

2.0

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

1.5

25.0

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.2

1.5

1.5

1.5

11.3

1 6 10 1.1

1 0.6

1 0.4

1.2 0.4

1.2

1.2 2

1.2

1.2 2

10.0 6 10 6.5

0.6

0.5

0.4

0.4

3.9

D.4.7.2.LSONONNETWORKCAPEXSCHEDULE PROJECTDESCRIPTIONNEW(inmillion)
WORKORDERSFOREXPANSION 1.MultiPurpose Workshop 2.HazardousWaste StorageExpansion ofHermosaWarehouse 3.NPDRelayLaboratory Building 4. InstallationofConcreteCoverfor OpenCanalinfrontNLACC Compound 5.ReplacementofGlassSwing Doors&InstallationofProtective SlidingDoors@theMain& ServiceEntriesofNLACCBuilding WORKORDERSFOREXPANSION 2010 2.0 0.5 0.35 2011 1.5 0.5 2.0 2012 2013 1.0 2014 2015 2.0 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTAL 3.5 1.0 5.0 0.35

0.2

0.2

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

6.Fabrication/InstallationofNGCP Signage/(s)forNLACCBuilding 7.ConstructionofPerimeterFence @NLACC 8.CentralizedDataCenterforLSO 9.AcquisitionofSO ServiceVehicle(84units)

0.06M 24.521

2.5 17.928

2.5 17.88

15.914

0.5

0.06 0.5 5.0 76.24

D.4.7.3.VSONETWORKCAPEXSCHEDULE PROJECTDESCRIPTIONREHAB/UPGRADE(inmillion)
WORKORDERSFOR EXPANSION 1. ConstructionofBohol ACC(2storey,(incl.ACU, OfficeSystem,Fire ProtectionSystem, StructuredCabling) 2. ConstructionofBacolod ACC(2storey,(incl.ACU, OfficeSystem, FireProtectionSystem, StructuredCabling) 3. ConstructionofPanayACC (2storey,(incl.ACU,Office System, FireProtectionSystem, StructuredCabling) 4. RCCControlRoom Expansion/Simulation &TrainingRoom(incl.ACU, OfficeSystem, FireProtectionSystem, StructuredCabling) 5. EmergencyBackupControl Centerbldg.(incl.ACU,Fire ProtectionSystem,Server Room,StructuredCabling, officesystem,emergency Gensetandraisedflooring) 6. ExpansionofVNCCBuilding leftWing(Incl.Office System, structuredCabling,Fire fightingsystem,ACU System) 7.Rehabilitation/ improvementofVNCC Bldg.fireprotectionsys (includes:installationof dampertoACUducting, roompartitiontoseal openingsofceiling&raised flooring) WORKORDERSFOR EXPANSION 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTAL

5.7

.50

6.2

8 0.62 8.62

7.7 .700 8.4

2.5 .50 3.0

12.0 3.0 15.0

13.0 1.0 14.0

2.0

2.0

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

8.Rehab/repair/expansionof TelecomCanlandogMW repeaterStations(incl. Slopeprotection,Hazwaste shelter&secondary containmentinstallation, towerpainting& reinforcement 9.Rehab/repairofTelecom IvisanMWRepeater Stations(incl.SlopeHaz Wasteshelter,secondary containment,towerrepainting 10.Rehab/repairofTelecom JawiliMWRepeater Stations((incl. installationofHazWaste shelter,secondary containment,tower repainting) 11.Rehab/repairofTelecom PanitanMWRepeater Stations(incl.Tower repainting,HazWaste Shelter&secondary containment) 12.Rehab/repairofTelecom PalomponMWRepeater Stations(incl.Tower repainting,HazWaste Shelter&secondary containment) 13.Rehab/repairofTelecom MasbateMWRepeater Stations(incl.Tower repainting,HazWaste Shelter&secondary containment) 14.Rehab/repairofTelecom MajicMWRepeater Stations(incl.Tower repainting,HazWaste Shelter&secondary containment) 15.Rehab/repairofTelecom BuenavistaMWRepeater Stations(including Perimeterfence,tower reinforcement&repainting, Hazwaste&secondary containmentconstruction) 16.Rehab/RepairofTelecom BusayMWRepeater Station(incl. constructionofTelecomHaz WasteShelter&Secondary Containmentandtower Repainting 17.Rehab/RepairofTelecom CamotesMWRepeater Station(incl.construction ofTelecomHazWaste Shelter&Secondary Containment) WORKORDERSFOR EXPANSION

2.50

0.35

2.85

0.6 0.4 1

1.6 0.4 2

0.5 0.4 0.9

0.4

1.4

1 0.35 1.35

0.5 0.4 0.9

0.5

0.4

0.9

0.6

0.4

0.5 0.35 0.85

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

18.Rehab/RepairofTelecom MaugaoMWRepeater Station(incl.Construction ofTelecomHazWaste Shelter&Secondary Containment) 19.Rehab/RepairofTelecom Loon MWRepeaterStation(incl. constructionofTelecom HazWasteShelter& SecondaryContainment) 20.Rehab/RepairofTelecom SiquijorMWRepeater Station(incl. constructionofTelecomHaz WasteShelter&Secondary Containment,tower repaintingandperimeter fence 21.Rehab/RepairofTelecom CaniapasanMWRepeater Station (incl.constructionofHaz WasteShelterand repaintingofTelecom Tower) 22.Rehab/RepairofTelecom CompostelaTowerand equipmentVan(including repaintingofTelecom Tower) 23.Rehab/RepairofTelecom TabangoTowerand equipment Room(includingrepaintingof TelecomTower) 24.ExpansionofTalamban Telecom BatteryRoomandTower Repainting 25.ExpansionofSta.Barbara TelecomRoomandtower repainting 26.ExpansionofWVA TelecomBatteryRoomand towerrepainting 27.RepairofUbayTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting 28.RepairofAmlanTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting 29.RepairofSubaTelecom Roomandtower repainting 30.RepairofOrmocTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting 31.RepairofBacolodTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting 32.RepairofTongonan TelecomRoomandtower repainting 33.RepairofTalisayTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting 34.RepairofMaasinTelecom Roomandtowerrepainting WORKORDERSFOR EXPANSION

0.3 0.3 0.60

0.6 0.35 0.95

0.35

1.35

1.5 0.4 1.9

0.5 0.5 1

0.5 0.5 1

1.6 1.6

0.4

1.4

0.5 0.5

0.5

0.45 0.4

0.3 0.3 0.3

0.5 0.5

0.5

0.4

1.4 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.6 0.8 0.9 1 1

0.45 0.4

0.6 0.3 0.4 2019

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

TOTAL

35.Installationofnew RepeaterStationand TelecomTowerat Jagna,Bohol 36.Installationofnew MicrowaveRepeater Station@Guimaras Island 37.ConstructionofCorella ACC(incl.ACU,Office System,FireProtection System,StructuredCabling, genset)

17.92

17.92

17.92

17.92

8.4

8.4

D.4.7.4.VSONONNETWORKCAPEXSCHEDULE PROJECTDESCRIPTIONREHAB/UPGRADE(inmillion)
WORKORDERSFOREXPANSION 1.DispatchersLounge@Rooftop 2.ShadedParkingforNGCP& visitorsvehicles 3.ConferenceRoomExpansion 4.RaisedFlooringatOrmocACC ControlRoom 5.RaisedFlooringatPanayACC ControlRoom 2010 2011 0.800 0.900 0.350 0.230 0.210 2012 1.0 2013 1.0 2014 0.50 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 TOTAL 0.800 3.40 0.350 0.230 0.210

D.4.7.5.MSONETWORKCAPEXSCHEDULE PROJECTDESCRIPTIONNEW/REHAB(inmillion)

WORKORDERSFOREXPANSION 1. ConstructionofMindanao RegionalControlCenterBldg (MRCCBldg) 2. ConstructionofTelecomShelter inDavaoS/S 3.ConstructionofTelecomShelter inSangaliS/S 4. ConstructionofTower FoundationandErectionof TowerinGeneralSantosand acquisitionoflot 5. ConstructionofTelecomShelter perimeterfencingandErection oftowerandlotacquisitionfor Barobo/Tagbina WORKORDERSFOREXPANSION

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

64.143 1.68 1.68

111.937

176.08 1.68 1.68

2.95

2.95

7.85

7.85

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

TOTAL

6. Upgradeof2ACCsto Accommodateserverroom,Haz RoomandACCSCADA RedundancySystem 7. ConstructionofTelecomShelter andErectionoftowerLot acquisitionforJaquimitan 8. ConstructionofTelecomShelter perimeterfencingandErection oftowerLotacquisitionfor OverviewS/S 9. Upgradeof2ACCsto Accommodateserverroom,Haz RoomandACCSCADA RedundancySystem 10. Rehabofshelterandrepainting ofantennatowerinMt.Josefa RS 11. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin Mt.Buga,Mt.Maligaya,Mt. TaguiteR/S 12. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin BucaganHillandLopezJaena RS 13. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin SignalHillRS 14. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin Lugait,DonqueHillandMt. HaruhayRS 15. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin Mt.KitangladandMt. PanigsikanRS 16. ConstructionofTelecom Shelterperimeterfencingand ErectionoftowerLot acquisitionforBunawan 17. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowersin Mt.SilopandMt.Rojales 18. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowerin Mt.TupiRS 19. Rehabofsheltersand repaintingofantennatowersin Lunzuran,Mercedez,Malalag, Pikit,Magdiwata,Libaylibay 20. RehabofSOCCandrepainting forantennatower

1.12

1.12

2.24

3.42

3.42

3.42

3.42

1.12

1.12

2.24

0.17

0.17

0.67

0.67

0.45

0.45

0.22

0.22

0.67

0.67

0.56

0.56

7.85

7.85

0.59

0.59

0.3245

0.3245

2.142

2.142

0.39

0.39

1.PRELIMINARIES
1.1Objective The 2010 Transmission Development Plan recognizes the need for the continuous maintenance and upgrade of System Operation Management Equipment (SOME) Infrastructurethatshallsupporttheimplementation,operationandimprovementof thevariouspowertransmissionprocessesinwhichsecurity,availabilityandadequacy ofaccurateinformationisofmajorconcern. With the grids increasing reliance on the information system and technology infrastructure and advent of new generation and transmission projects, SOME infrastructuremustexpandtobeabletomeetthegrowingdemandsforoperational dataanywhereandanytime.Theseprojectsshouldbecenteredontheprinciplesof Security,AvailabilityandScalability. 1.2CredibleBasis InSystemOperations(SO),wherepowerdispatchisthecorefunctionandrealtime data and communication are of great importance, SOME plays a significant role in ensuringcontinuous,reliableandefficientgridoperations.Anenttothecriticalityand significanceofitsfunction,SOmaintainsitsownInformationsystemandtechnology infrastructure independent from that of the Corporate. It develops and maintains various office/database applications and continually innovates, creates and acquires software beneficial to power systems. It also maintains large data and manages its availability through its network storage solution. Adding to the growing operations databaseistherealtimeexchangeofdatabetweenSOandMarketOperatorforthe WholesaleElectricitySpotMarket. ConsideringtheimportanceofSOsinformationassetsnotonlytoitsoperationsbut alsotoregulatingbodiesandcustomers,SO continues to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assetsbyacquiringsoftware/hardwarethat will minimize threats and risks associated with it. Moreover, SO is geared on establishing an Information Security Management System that will effectively manage the security risks associated with SOsgrowingrelianceonSOME. Over the next decade, SOME CAPEX Program will provide tools to ensure the reliability, adequacy, and stability of the nationwide transmission system for the period 20102019. The program covers the SOME requirements of the three (3) regionalofficesofSO(LSO,VSO&MSO)includingthreeRegionalControlCentersand thirteen (13) Area Control Centers. These SO interrelated subsystems have to be at

pacewiththeprevailingtrendofinformationtechnologytokeepupwiththecurrent andfuturerequirementsaswellasexpectationsofitsrespectivecustomers,NGCPs stakeholdersandtheEPIRALaw.

2.ASSESSMENTOFSOMESYSTEM

2.1GridProfile StatisticalData Table 2.1.1 shows that SO has 300 desktops, 263 laptops, 130 printers and various relatedequipmentdistributedtoallregionaloffices.LuzonSOmaintainsmostofthe SO Management Equipment not only of its bigger workforce but it has vast and growinginformationassets. Thegridsincreasingrelianceontheinformationsystemandtechnologyinfrastructure prompteddynamicchangesintheSOsdatanetwork.Thedemandformoresecured, reliableandscalabledatachannelsblazedthetrailforaneedtoacquire,maintainand operateequipmentsneededtocompletethejob.TodateSOoperatesandmaintain routers, switches, firewall appliance, these equipments ensures the delivery of data andcontenttoitsendusers.BesidestheinhouseapplicationsdevelopedbySOISIT personnel, SO maintains proprietary software/hardware that requires annual maintenancefeetoavailtechnicalsupport,updatesandpatches.
Table2.1.1ICTINVENTORYANDAGEING

Althoughthereisaconsiderablenumberoflaptops(Luzon),majorityofitarebeing used by technical personnel in the field as portable test equipment or terminal unit/console for the testing, operation and maintenance of various protection and telecom infrastructure. In light of this matter, SO was granted an exemption from Section 2.3 of Circular 2006005 which states that Acquisition of mobile PCs shall onlybeauthorizedfordepartmentmanagerlevelandaboveatone(1)uniteach.Itis also worthy to note that roughly twenty percent (20%) of desktops are on 24/7 operationtosupportthecontinuousbusinessprocessofSO.
Figure2.1.1RegionalDistributionofICTs

Around twenty percent (20%) of SOs ICT equipment are beyond their useful life of five(5)yearsandaredueforreplacementasshowninTable2.1.2.
Table2.1.1REPLACEMENTPERCENTAGEOVEREXISTINGSOMEs LSO Existing PC's and Peripherals Network Devices Software Data Storage Solutions Server IP Based Aged VSO Existing Aged MSO Existing Aged SOME Total Existing AGE >5 YRS %

446 67 71 4 16 42

56 13 0 0 5 10

189 26 2 1 12 2

63 9 0 0 6 0

164 24 7 1 10 2

47 0 0 0 8 0

799 117 80 6 38 46 1086

166 20.78 22 18.80 0 0.00 0 0.00 19 50.00 10 21.74 217 19.98

AsshownonTable2.1.2,SOmaintainstwentyeight(38)serversthatprovidesvarious 24/7servicesfromdatabaseapplicationstoprotection/telecomnetworkmonitoring. To complement such services, there should be at least one (1) network storage solutionsestablishedoneachregionaloffice.
Figure2.1.2ICTAgeingDistribution

Figures 2.1.3 to 2.1.4 show the present SO ISIT infrastructure from its database serverstoLANtovideoconferencingsystem.
Figure2.1.3ExistingLSODatabaseServers

Figure2.1.4ExistingSOMODataInterchangeDataFlow

Figure2.1.5ExistingSOMODataInterchangeInterconnectivity

Figure2.1.6ExistingLSOLocalAreaNetworks

Figure2.1.7ExistingVSOLocalAreaNetworks

Figure2.1.8ExistingMSOLocalAreaNetworks

Figure2.1.9ExistingVideoconferencingSystem

2.2OutstandingProblemsandConcerns The rapid development of ISIT technologies entails some problems and concerns on the 10year development plan of SOME infrastructure. With the brisk pace of innovations, ISIT equipment may experience obsolescence within the proposed period. Also, the continuous upgrading of office and power system software may require the latest hardware specifications. Hence, the dynamic emergence of new technologiesmayoutpacethevisionofSOinitsSOMEprojects. Considering the uniqueness of the function of SO, it has some ISIT resources which are proprietary in nature,haslimitedsupplierandtosomeextent,may only be available in the international market. Thus, such concerns may delay the implementation of its SOMEprojects.

3.REQUIREMENTANALYSIS

3.1TransmissionGridExtension Inasmuch as grid operations are continuously driven by ISIT, the extension of the transmissiongridwillresultintofurtherexpansionandgrowthofISITinfrastructures. Such grid extension will increase the volume of data as well as the expansion of networktotransmittheinformationtoendusers. 3.2CorporationBusinessNeeds SOvaluestheISITrequirementsofitsworkforceby acquiring desktop computers, printers and other peripherals that will further enhanced their productivity whilst laptop computers serve as terminal units for system administration, configuration and maintenance of network protection and telecom equipment. Furthermore, improvement of the existing Local Area Network (LAN) is being undertaken to accommodate and minimize bottlenecks/collisions brought about by the growing numberofinternet,email,anddatabaseapplicationusersconnectedtothenetwork atthesametime.Moreover,SOoffersvideoconferencingservicesthatprovidesvisual communications and collaboration between groups spanning regional and field offices.

Although SO ISIT personnel have developed inhouse office/database/web applications, SO maintains proprietary software/hardware that requires annual maintenance fee to avail technical support, updates and patches. These are power systemapplicationsforsystemstudies. SinceSOoperatesona24/7basis,itrequiresserversanddatastoragesolutionsthat cancontinuouslyprovideISITrelatedservices.Datacentershavetobeestablishedto accommodatetheincreasingvolumeofdata. 3.3TechnologyEvolution Theemergenceoftechnologyhasopeneddoorstomoresophisticatedoptionsingrid operations. SO is geared in protecting its information assets through the strengthening of its network infrastructure. It is further fortified by establishing an Information Security Management System that will effectively manage the security risksassociatedwithSOsgrowingrelianceonISIT.Toensurethebusinesscontinuity of SO, disaster recovery solutions will be adopted. As operation data increases throughtime,SOwillacquirenewdatastorageandutilizesstateoftheartcomputer serverstohandlerealtimedatatransaction. 3.4EquipmentReplacement This is the most obvious component of the SOME program. It simply replaces ISIT equipment that are already beyond its economic life or maybe experiencing obsolescence. This also includes software such as office and power systems that needsupgradeoradditionalmodulestosuittheneedsoftheendusers.

4.PLANNINGCRITERIA

4.1TechnologyPhilosophy The role of technology continues to drive the operation of the grid system. New innovationsthatwillfurtherenhanceandensurethecontinuous,reliableandefficient gridoperationswillbeadopted.Recognizingthevalueofrealtimeinformation,SOME willembracetechnologiesthatwillsecuremissioncriticaldata. 4.2TechnologyDevelopmentRoute As technology continues to progress and plays a wider role in the operation of the grid, SOME will adopt new standards in technology that is beneficial to power transmissionprocesses.ItwillacquireinnovativeISITequipmentthatwillincreasethe efficiencyandproductivityofitsworkforce.Itwillcontinuetosearchforapplications thatcontributetothestabilityandreliabilityofthegrid.

4.3Policies The importance of SOs information assets is clearly underlined under Section 1.4, Chapter 1 of the Philippine Grid Code which states the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data that are required in the planning, operation and maintenance of thegrid. The development plan for SOME is governed by existing Corporate Policy on the procurement and optimization on the use of ISIT resources. Under Section 3.2.3 of Circular 2003013, the five (5) years useful service life of ISIT equipment shall be strictly observed. Additional guidelines are also set in Circular 2003005 defining provisions on the procurement of ISIT equipment. It also follows the Standard TechnicalSpecificationsforHardwareandSoftwareProductsunderCircular2008020 asminimumrequirementbasisforthesaidequipment.

5.PROJECTDEVELOPMENT

5.1Guidelines TorationalizethedevelopmentandprovideguidanceontheimplementationofSOME projects,thefollowingguidelinesaretobeobserved: All SOME projects shall always be in pursuant to or are consistent with the plansofSystemOperationsandotherconcernedgroup. Allprojectsshallincludeprovisionsforensuringthesecurityandintegrityofall datausedandgeneratedbythesystemsdevelopedundertheSOMEproject. Securityandintegrityshallalsocoverphysical,networkandsystemfacilities. Generally recognizing the criticality of the function of system operations, all SOMEprojectsshallhaveaprovisionforbackupandrecoveryprocedures. Given the rapid pace of ISIT development, SOME project shall take into consideration the obsolescence of the technology to be used in the SOME project. 5.2EconomicAnalysis TheeconomicanalysisofSOMEprojectsshouldfocusandbeguidedbythefollowing guidelines: Estimatetypicalbenefitcostratiofromtheproject. Identify business processes that will be enhanced, enabled or improved as a resultoftheproject.

Identifyotherbenefitsorotherexternalitiesthatwillbenefitfromtheproject. Place an economic value on the project that will generate revenue such as datacost.

5.3SafetyandSecurityConcerns All activities of SOME projects shall strictly comply with the Corporate Information Security Policy. Consequently, information security control and audit during the implementation of the project shall be conducted. Moreover, concerned parties should be committed to the security of the network, integrity of data and safety of personnelaswellasitsproperty. 5.4ProjectionDescriptionTable Majority of the programs under the development plan falls under the following categories:
Table5.4.1SOMEProjects

PROJECTS 1.ISITEquipmentReplacement DESCRIPTION typicallyitinvolvesthepurchaseofISITequipment suchasPCsanditsperipherals,networkdevices andotherISITrelateditemswhoseeconomiclife eitherhavelapsedorshortened involvestheextensionofnetworkinfrastructure asgridexpands consistsofacquiringdatastoragesolutionsto meetthegrowingvolumeofoperationaldata pertainstotheupgradingofexistingvideocon equipment,itsfeaturesandextendingthe coverageofitsscope.Itwillalsoentailequipment replacementthathasreacheditseconomiclifeor becamedefective.

2.NetworkExpansion

3.DataStorageExpansion

4.VideoconExpansion

5.5CAPEXProgram

CAPEXDistribugon
LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO

21% 54%

25%

Figure5.5.1CAPEXDistribution

The total capital expenditures for SOME programs for the next decade is 403.47 millionpesos.ThiscoversthefourmajorcategoriesofSOsdevelopmentplan.Luzon hasabiggershareoftheCAPEXat59%whiletheremainingissharedbyVisayas(30%) andMindanao(11%)asshownonFigure5.5.1.

Replacement/ExpansionDistribugon
160.00 140.00 120.00 100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 0.00 REPLACEMENT EXPANSION

Million

LUZON 153.16 63.90

VISAYAS 71.62 30.56

MINDANAO 65.75 18.48

Figure5.5.2EquipmentReplacement/ExpansionRegionalDistribution

Expenditures for replacement projects are roughly 72% of SOMEs disbursement whicharedistributedmostlytoLuzonSOasshowninFigure5.5.2

Table5.5.2CAPEXSummary (inmillionpesos)

PROJECT REPLACEMENT EXPANSION TOTAL

LUZON 153.16 63.90 217.06

VISAYAS 71.62 30.56 102.18


MINDANAO 65.75 18.48 84.23

TOTAL 290.53 112.94 403.47

ISITEquipmentReplacement Generally ensures the reliable and uninterrupted equipment operation through the procurementofISITequipmentsuchasPCsanditsperipherals,networkdevicesand other ISIT related equipment that are pass their reliable and economic life. It also covers the replacement of unserviceable/inoperable equipments whose reliable operationscouldnotbeguaranteedthroughpartsreplacementorrepairs.
Table5.5.3CAPEXScheduleREPLACEMENT (inmillionpesos)

ICTREPLACEMENTSCHEDULE,Millions REGIONS LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO TOTAL 2010 19.78 4.78 1.88 26.44 2011 10.72 11.61 6.22 28.54 2012 14.04 8.53 4.78 27.34 2013 12.11 7.19 3.58 22.88 2014 18.90 4.27 15.42 38.59 2015 19.78 3.16 4.38 27.32 2016 10.72 12.11 6.22 29.05 2017 14.04 8.53 4.78 27.34 2018 12.11 7.19 3.58 22.89 2019 20.95 4.27 14.92 40.14 Total 153.16 71.62 65.75 290.53

Table5.5.4LUZONCAPEXScheduleREPLACEMENT (inmillionpesos)

Table5.5.6VISAYASCAPEXScheduleREPLACEMENT (inmillionpesos)

Table5.5.7MINDANAOCAPEXScheduleREPLACEMENT (inmillionpesos)

NetworkExpansion ThegridsincreasingreliancetoIPbasedsolutionsforitsoperationsdrivestheneed for a flexible, scalable and reliable data network. This entails the procurement of additional network ancillaries to accommodate the growing demand for its services, and provide redundant systems to ensure continuous and reliable operation. Furthermoretheexpandingdatainfrastructurerequiresadditionalsecurityappliances to safeguard its operation from threats that would compromise confidentiality, integrityandavailabilityofoperationaldataasstipulatedinSection1.4,Chapter1of thePhilippineGridCode.
Table5.5.8CAPEXScheduleEXPANSION (inmillionpesos)
ICTEXPANSIONSCHEDULE,Millions REGIONS LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO TOTAL 2010 11.30 0.00 1.92 13.22 2011 7.88 1.05 1.88 10.81 2012 9.57 10.25 1.70 21.52 2013 2.80 1.44 1.70 5.94 2014 4.79 1.44 2.10 8.33 2015 6.45 1.44 2.20 10.09 2016 8.67 3.17 1.68 13.52 2017 5.35 11.78 1.50 18.63 2018 5.44 0.00 1.50 6.94 2019 1.64 0.00 2.30 3.94 Total 63.90 30.56 18.48 112.94

Table5.5.9LUZONCAPEXScheduleEXPANSION (inmillionpesos)

Table5.5.10VISAYASCAPEXScheduleEXPANSION (inmillionpesos)

Table5.5.11MINDANAOCAPEXScheduleEXPANSION (inmillionpesos)

DataStorageExpansion Thegrowingvolumeofoperationaldatacriticaltotheplanningandoperationofthe grid requires a stable and reliable data storage platform. SOs operational data is currentlyhostedatitsServerbasedStorageSolutionslocatedineachregionaloffice. Toensureastableandreliabledatastorageoperationsstepsaretakenintoaccount provide adequate drive space, data availability, and business continuity. Regular review on the data volume growth model is conducted, constant hardware and software upgrades to address wear and tear of daily operation and obsolescence. Provisions for redundancy, backup and recovery are also critical and needs to be integratedintheplanning,implementationandoperationofthesesystems.
Table5.5.12DatabaseAnnualGrowth

Regions Luzon Visayas Mindanao Total ProjectedAnnualVolumeGrowth,GB/Yr 66.99 1.16 1.00 68.15