Cagayan de Oro City

Misamis Oriental



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Cagayan de Oro is situated along the focal bank of Northern Mindanao. It is arranged on Mindanao, the second-biggest island in the Philippine archipelago. Its aggregate area region is 488.86 km² speaking to 13.9 percent of the whole Misamis Oriental region. It incorporates 25 kilometers of coastline and a harbor, Macajalar Bay. 44.7 percent of the surface of Cagayan de Oro is named rural area and 38.4 percent is delegated open spaces. Cagayan de Oro as the monetary focus of Northern Mindanao (Region 10) energizes the district's development because of its financial dynamism, government proficiency, access to a huge grouping of City's business sectors of more than 600,000 individuals, fitting base, for example, the multi-billet Macabalan Baseport, the Mindanao Container Terminal (MCT) which encourages direct and cost-productive development of containerized cargoes to Manila, Cebu and worldwide delivery center points, Laguindingan Airport which administrations air logistics necessities, and vitality power supply which is drawing closer confidence with Minergy's 27.4-MW and 18.9-MW diesel power plants, STEAG State Power's 210-MW coal-let go power plant, 1.6-MW Agusan Hydroelectric Plant, 8-MW Cabulig Hydropower, Bubunawan Power Company's 7-MW keep running off waterway hydro power couple with Cepalco's 1-MW photovoltaic sun oriented force plant — the main network associated PV power plant in the Philippines, 12.5-MW Kirahon photovoltaic sunlight based plant, and 165-MW coal force of Minergy Coal Corporation to be operational by March 2017 and this will be added 110-MW by 2019 to take care of the developing force demand of Cagayan de Oro.