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Electric Rates for November 2017

 

Residential

 Mainland
P8.7040
Cabilao 
P8.7040 
Islands
P7.5559

Low Voltage

 Commercial
P7.8526
Public Building
P7.8526
Street Lights
P7.8526

High Voltage

 Industrial
 P6.5120

 *** new electric rate will be posted on  December 15, 2017

Bilang ng EC na nabigyan ng triple ‘A’ rating ng NEA, tumaas noong 2016

Nadagdagan ang bilang ng mga electric cooperative (EC) sa buong bansa na nakatanggap ng “AAA” rating mula sa National Electrification Administration (NEA) noong nakaraang taon.

Batay sa isinagawang pangkalahatang pagsusuri sa naging serbisyo ng mga kooperatiba ng kuryente sa ilalim ng superbisyon ng NEA para sa taong 2016, umakyat sa 77 ang mga kooperatiba na nabigyan ng AAA rating mula sa 70 lamang noong 2015.

Ang ‘AAA’ rating ay ang pinakamataas na grado na maaaring ibigay ng NEA sa kooperatiba. Ito ay nangangahulugan na ang kooperatiba ay sumusunod sa mga itinakdang pamantayan ng ahensiya, gaya ng pagpapahusay sa kanilang mga operasyong pinansyal, institusyonal, teknikal at wastong pag-uulat ng mga ito.

Ayon sa NEA, sa 77 kooperatiba na nakatanggap ng AAA rating, 24 sa mga ito ang nakakuha ng perpektong puntos (100). Ito ay ang Ilocos Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Iseco), La Union Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Luelco), Cagayan I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cagelco I), Tarlac II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Tarelco II), Nueva Ecija I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Neeco I), Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Area 1 (Neeco II – Area 1), Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Area 2 (Neeco II – Area 2), Pampanga Rural Electric Service Cooperative, Inc. (Presco), Pampanga I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Pelco I), Peninsula Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Penelco), Iloilo II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Ileco II), Cebu II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cebeco II), Cebeco III Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cebeco III), Province of Siquijor Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Prosielco), Bohol I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Boheco I), Bohol II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Boheco II), Leyte V Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Leyeco V), South Cotabato I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Socoteco I), South Cotabao II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Socoteco II), Agusan del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Aselco), Siargao Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Siarelco), Dinagat Island Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Dielco), Surigao del Sur I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Surseco I), at Surigao del Sur II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Surseco II).

Napanatili naman ng 69 EC ang kanilang AAA rating. Walong kooperatiba ang nagawang mapataas sa AAA ang rating nito mula sa dating AA, A or B. Kabilang dito ang Pangasinan I Electric Cooperative (Panelco I), Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Beneco), First Laguna Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Fleco), Romblon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Romelco), Camarines Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Canoreco), Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Ceneco), Negros Occidental Electric Cooperative (Noceco), at Davao Oriental Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Doreco).

Samantala, sampung kooperatiba ang nakakuha ng AA na rating; sampung kooperatiba ng A rating; anim na kooperatiba ng B rating; pitong kooperatiba ng C rating; at 11 kooperatiba ng D rating.

Sa Size Classification ng EC, ang bilang ng Mega Large ay umakyat sa 60 mula sa dating 58. Dalawang Extra Large EC ang umakyat sa Mega Large; isa mula Large na naging Extra Large; isa mula sa Medium na naging Large; at isa mula sa Small na naging Medium. Apat na EC ang napabilang sa Medium at apat sa Small.

Ikanatuwa ng tagapamahala ng NEA na si Edgardo Masongsong ang naging resulta ng nasabing pagsusuri sa 121 electric cooperative na pinangangasiwaan ng ahensiya.

Sa inilabas na memorandum nito, pinuri ni Masongsong ang mga kooperatiba na nagkamit ng AAA rating at hinikayat na patuloy na maghanap ng mga paraan para mapababa ang singil sa kuryente sa kanilang mga sinasakupan.

Ang resulta ng isinagawang pagsusuri sa mga kooperatiba ng kuryente ay magiging basehan sa pagtaas o pagbaba ng per item o allowance na matatanggap ng mga opisyal at empleyado nito epektibo simula Abril 1.

97 power coops move up in latest NEA assessment

Ninety-seven electric cooperatives (ECs), or 80% out of the 121 ECs in the country are now categorized A or higher, as the National Electrification Administration (NEA) released this week the results of the 2016 EC Overall Assessment Performance.

NEA Administrator Edgardo Masongsong said “the results of the assessment attest to NEA’s successful campaign efforts to make the ECs more operationally reliant to better serve their Member-Consumer-Owners (MCOs).”

“The NEA, together with the 121 ECs nationwide, is one with the thrust of President Rodrigo Duterte in intensifying rural development as a vital component of economic growth. To achieve this, we endeavour to institute more capacity-building programs for the ECs and activate local consumer groups that will help us sustain electrification in the grassroots level,” he noted.

All ECs in Western and Central Visayas and Caraga have kept their AAA status, which according to the Administrator have “resulted from the ECs’ initiatives to consistently increase efficiencies on financial, institutional, and technical areas of their operations.”

Meanwhile, the number of AAA-rated ECs jumped to 77 in 2016 from 70 in 2015. Sixty-nine ECs maintained their AAA status, while eight ECs were able to improve their rating to AAA from either AA, A, or B.

These eight ECs include Pangasinan I Electric Cooperative (Panelco I), Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Beneco), First Laguna Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Fleco), Romblon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Romelco), Camarines Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Canoreco), Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Ceneco), Negros Occidental Electric Cooperative (Noceco), and Davao Oriental Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Doreco).

Of the 77 ECs rated as AAA, 24 scored 100 points, namely Ilocos Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Iseco), La Union Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Luelco), Cagayan I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cagelco I), Tarlac II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Tarelco II), Nueva Ecija I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Neeco I), Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Area 1 (Neeco II – Area 1), Nueva Ecija II Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Area 2 (Neeco II – Area 2), Pampanga Rural Electric Service Cooperative, Inc. (Presco), Pampanga I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Pelco I), Peninsula Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Penelco), Iloilo II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Ileco II), Cebu II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cebeco II), Cebu III Electric Cooperative, Inc.  (Cebeco III), Province of Siquijor Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Prosielco), Bohol I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Boheco I), Bohol II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Boheco II), Leyte V Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Leyeco V), South Cotabato I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Socoteco I), South Cotabato II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Socoteco II), Agusan del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Aselco), Siargao Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Siarelco), Dinagat Island Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Dielco), Surigao del Sur I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Surseco I), and Surigao del Sur II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Surseco II).

The performance rating is based on two criteria, namely the Key Performance Standards (80%) and the Electric Cooperatives Classification (20%).

The KPS cover 32 financial, institutional, technical, and reportorial compliances indicators and standards, while the EC Classification covers seven financially-driven standards and parameters including power accounts to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP).

Using the KPS and EC Classification, corresponding ratings were given to scores garnered by ECs, as follows: 95-100 = AAA; 90-94 = AA; 85-89 = A; 75-84 = B; 50-74 = C; and 49 and below = D.

“As we congratulate the best performing ECs in the country, I wish to encourage them to sustain their operations, as well as address the pressing demand for lowering power rates,” NEA Administrator Masongsong said.

He added that “the ECs must innovate and not allow their performance to retrogress, as it is through rural electrification that the Member-Consumer-Owners can begin to have access to social services and quality investment and jobs.”

BOHECO I Conducts Districts Elections

             Article 1, Section 3, sub-paragraph (a) of the Coop By-laws states that, “in not less than thirty (30) days nor more than sixty (60) days before the annual meeting of the cooperative as provided for in the By-Laws, election shall be held for districts where the terms of office of the incumbent board members are due to expire. The thirty (30) days shall reckoned from the date of the last elections scheduled for the year.”

                The terms of office of the incumbent board members will expire on April 22, 2017 during the 38th Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA) of the cooperative.

                The Board on their Special meeting held last December 23, 2016 called and scheduled the elections of districts 4, 5 and 8 on February 19, 2017, March 5, 2017 and March 19, 2017 respectively.

                Written notices stating the purpose, place and time of the election, Election Posters, Voters Masterlist and the deadline for filing of Certificate of Candidacy were posted in strategic areas within the voting district not less than twenty (20) days before election. Leaflets were also distributed to the member-consumers through the barangay officials. Municipal Mayors of the concerned district were also informed regarding the coop activity and the Schools Division Superintendent for the use of school classrooms as voting precincts.

                Other information were posted in the coop website and also aired over radio stations DYTR and DYDL during the coop weekly radio program.

Southern Leyte coop pledges support to new NEA policy thrusts

National Electrification Administration (NEA) chief Edgardo Masongsong conferred with the management staff of the Southern Leyte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Soleco) during his visit to its headquarters Thursday (March 30) in Maasin City, Southern Leyte.

Masongsong met with its Board of Directors led by its current president, Atty. Marian Donayre-Pelin, Directors Rosello Gerong and Porferio Bantugan, General Manager Jonathan Empeño and NEA representative Antonio Catre to encourage the Soleco management to implement programs in line with new policy initiatives of the agency, particularly that on the Competitive Selection Process on Power Supply Agreements.

"These initiatives are aimed at realizing President Duterte's call for fair and transparent procedures in the energy sector, without denigrating the development goals of rural electrification," Masongsong said.

Soleco powers 19 towns in Southern Leyte and has consistently received AAA rating from the agency for four consecutive years among the electric cooperatives in Eastern Visayas.

Shortly after, Masongsong went to the provincial capitol to speak with Governor Damian Mercado who sought the assistance of the national government through the NEA for the installation of a submarine cable from the mainland to Limasawa Island.

The governor hopes to obtain the equipment in time for the 500th anniversary of the historic first Catholic Mass in the country on March 31, 2021, which is expected to draw tourists. Mercado said he is looking forward to the arrival of a cruise ship from Europe to join the commemoration.

The construction of ports in the island municipality and the airport in Maasin City courtesy of the Department of Tourism and Department of Transportation is also reportedly being fast tracked in light of the event.

The provincial government saw that power supply is crucial to its ongoing preparations hence connecting the island to the grid was deemed necessary. Moreover, such developments aim to jumpstart the local economy, not only in Southern Leyte but in the provinces of Leyte and Bohol, to as far as the northeastern localities of Mindanao.

 

NEA guns for solutions to ARRM coops’ woes

In the drive to find solutions to the problems besetting the electric cooperatives (ECs) in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), NEA Administrator Edgardo R. Masongsong has called for the first time a consultative conference with Board of Directors, General Managers, and Management Staff of Magelco, Baselco, Suleco, Tawelco, Siaselco and Lanao Sur Power Cooperative (or Lasureco) at the NEA headquarters in Quezon City on 13 March 2017.

The Administrator said, “As we build momentum towards the full revitalization of ARMM, I want to assure our ECs and all the stakeholders in the Region that NEA will continue to instigate initiatives that will bring power to the unelectrified areas and hasten the delivery of efficient electricity service to spur livelihood opportunities for the people in ARMM.”

 ARMM Vice Governor Haroun Alrashid A. Lucman Jr., Lanao del Sur Vice Governor Mamintal “Bombit” A. Adiong, Jr., Mindanao Development Authority (MinDA) Assistant Secretary and Executive Director Romeo M. Montenegro were among those who attended, shared inputs and proposed solutions to improve governance, recover organizational effectiveness and advance overall operational efficiency of the ECs.

“NEA is strengthening its communication lines to all sectors of government to realize a reliable and efficient electrification program for the member-consumer-owners in the countryside. This is in line with the directive of President Rodrigo R. Duterte to adopt a pro-poor approach to governance and take-up the cause of the poorest of the poor in any way possible,” Administrator Masongsong added.

Aside from ARMM, MinDA and Province of Lanao del Sur, top executives from the local government units (LGUs and National Government Agencies (NGAs) operating in the Region were also in attendance namely: Office of the Presidential Adviser on Peace Process (OPAPP), Department of National Defense (DND), Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP), Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG), Philippine National Police (PNP), National Power Corporation (NPC), Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management (PSALM) Corporation,

An inter-agency coordinating committee has been created to meet again to finalize plans, programs, projects and activities before meeting with the President to seek his support towards total development of the Region.

VISION MISSION

VISION

An electric cooperative with highly professionalized services for customers' delight.

MISSION

To deliver quality electric services for cooperative's area coverage up to the last sitio as well as the delight of its customers and man power.

Station Mobile Collection

MUNICIPALITY COLLECTION DATE

Albur

10

Antequera

22 
Baclayon 20 

Balilihan

Batuan

14 
Bilar  16 
Calape  22-23-24 
Carmen 11-12 
Catigbian  18 
Clarin  21 
Corella  11 
Cortes 
Dauis 27-28 
Dimiao 
Inabanga  9-10 
Lila  15 
Loay  17-18 
Loboc 
Loon  13 
Maribojoc  24-25 
Panglao 2-3 
Sagbayan  20 
San Isidro 

17 

Sevilla  12 
Sikatuna 
Tubigon 26-30 

CONTACT US

MAIN OFFICE

Telefax No.

(038)508-8095

Globe Tel. No.

(038)508-9731,

(038)508-9751

Consumer Welfare Desk

Smart - 09199950240

Globe - 09177147493 

SUB OFFICE

Telefax no. 

(038) 501 7287

Globe Telephone No. (Trunk line) - connecting all locals

(038) 501 0668

PLDT Direct line

(038) 412 3479

QUICK LINKS

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