The day after the successful commissioning of the 22-megawatt San Carlos
Solar power plant in San Carlos, the San Carlos Solar Energy Incorporated
(SACASOL) breaks ground for yet another solar project in La Carlota City.
SACASOL officials led by its President Jose Maria Zabaleta Jr., partners
Roberto Cuenca and Chairman of the ThomasLloyd group Michael Sieg with the
Department of Energy Assistant Secretary Daniel Ariaso laid down the time
capsule that marks the start the construction of the 18-megawatt solar farm in
Barangay Cubay, La Carlota City.
Michael Sieg-Chairman and CEO, Thomas Lloyd, DOE Assistant Secretary Daniel
Ariaso, Roberto Bob J. Cuenca-Local Partner, President, AALCPI, Atty. Jose Maria
Valencia-representing Governor Alfredo G. Marañon Jr., Jose Maria P. Zabaleta
Jr. –President, San Carlos Solar Energy Inc., II, Vice-Mayor Luis Jacky
Jalandoni representing Mayor Juliet Marie D. Ferrer and Congressman Jeffrey P.
Ferrer-4th District of Negros Occidental , Ramon A. Picornell- President, South
Negros BioPower Inc., Sergio Pimenta, Anthony Coveney, Jessie Ang , Barangay
Captain- Noel C. Vargas, spearhead the Lowering of Capsule and Groundbreaking
Ceremonies of the SACASOL II, 18 –Megawatts Solar Power Plant in Barangay Cubay,
La Carlota City, Saturday.* (Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)