Quezon City, Philippines
National Power Corporation (Napocor) provides power for the nation of the Philippines. The state-owned utility builds and operates nuclear, hydroelectric, thermal, and alternative power-generating facilities and works with independent producers under a build-operate-transfer program. Its transmission network has a line length of nearly 13,000 circuit miles. With energy sales of more than 39,350 GWh per year, Napocor distributes electricity to power distributors and industrial companies. To comply with a sweeping privatization bill, the company has begun selling off its generation assets. It has also separated its transmission segment into an operating subsidiary.