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P2.6-B solar farm seen to attract investors in Ilocos Norte

CURRIMAO, ILOCOS NORTE – Governor Imee Marcos formally inaugurated a 20-megawatt (MW) Photovoltaic Power Plant in the town of Currimao, which is expected to attract investors and help boost tourism in the province.

Also present at the ground-breaking ceremonies on Thursday (November 15) were officials of Mirae Asia Energy Corporation (MAEC) headed by its Korean Chief Executive Officer Bae Jong Soo.

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Sunny Ilocos town to feed Luzon grid with solar power

CURRIMAO, Ilocos NorteA solar power farm that will feed the Luzon grid has broken ground in the sunniest corner of this province—the fishing and farming village of Paguludan.

Facing the West Philippine Sea, Paguludan is best known for its beaches. In 2010 the Philippine Tour Operators Association (Philtoa) declared the town one of the emerging tourist destinations in the country.

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Four km DAR -LGU Currimao-funded road opens

A new four (4) kilometer road connecting Barangays Pias Norte, Anggapang Norte and Anggapang Sur in the municipality of Currimao, Ilocos Norte was recently completed and opened for public use.

The new road which cost more than  Seventeen Million Pesos, is a component of the Agrarian Reform Infrastructure Support Project III of the Department of Agrarian Reform funded by the Government of Japan with a One Hundred Percent (1oo%) counterpart by the Local Government of Currimao, Ilocos Norte.

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Currimao: Heritage village unlike any other

Filed Under: history, Travel & Commuting

CURRIMAO town in Ilocos Norte, about 465 kilometers northwest of Manila, is a bucolic place near the northern border town of Paoay, where the historic church is—an unrivalled Unesco World Heritage site.

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