CalEnergy Generation's Casecnan project – a hydroelectric facility located in the northern part of Luzon, the Philippines’ main island – uses nonpolluting, renewable, indigenous hydroelectric sources, as water from the Casecnan and Taan Rivers is collected and diverted by two small diversion weirs. In addition to the project's electricity generation, diverted water also is used for agricultural purposes
Geothermal Virtual Tour
Learn how the geothermal process works by taking a virtual tour
of one of CalEnergy's geothermal plants.
Hydroelectric Virtual Tour
Learn how hydropower plants take advantage of a naturally occurring, continuous process that involves the cycling of water through the environment, known as the hydrologic cycle, to convert the potential energy from flowing water into electrical energy by taking a virtual tour
of the process.