DOE: Luzon grid back to ‘normal’ Tuesday

MANILA, Philippines --- Consumers may expect no brownouts on Tuesday as the Luzon grid was operating under "normal conditions."   In an advisory, the Department of Energy (DOE) said the National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) announced the situation at the country's largest power grid to be "normal."   DOE said it was due to the reactivation of Unit 1of the Sual power plant which experienced boiler pump leak last April 9. It has a capacity of 647 megawatts.   "A normal condition for the system means there will be no power interruptions," the DOE said.   The Luzon grid was put on red alert status for three consecutive days last week as...

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