Telphone: (038) 508-9751



Telefax No.


Globe Tel. No.



Consumer Welfare Desk

Smart - 09199950240

Globe - 09177147493


Telefax no. 

(038) 501 7287

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

(038) 501 0668

PLDT Direct line

(038) 412 3479


July 20, 2017

BOHECO I was informed during the meeting, which was attended by affected distribution utilities and key players in the industry, that NGCP presently has only one (1) operational transformer serving Leyte, Samar, Biliran and Bohol using limited power supply. Please be advised that it takes at least three (3) operational transformers of NGCP to resume normal operations.

With the instability of our current power status attributed to the insufficient supply of power, municipalities within the coverage area of BOHECO I are still experiencing power outages as per NGCP’s advise to implement load shedding.

We still regret that we cannot provide you with a definite schedule of power interruption and restoration because aside from the limited power supply, there is also an unscheduled load dropping from NGCP Area Control Center.

We sincerely appreciate your constant support and understanding.

Thank you.


Alang sa tanang miembro-konsumidor sa Lungsod sa Batuan:

Sugod ning buwan sa Hunyo 2017, ang BOHECO I moimplementar sa READ and BILL System, diin ang atong mga meter readers mo-issue diha dayon ug Statement of Account human sa pagbasa sa inyong mga kwentador.

Tungod niining maong sistema, among gi-awhag ang mga kunsumidor sa pagkuha sa inyong Statement of Account o Bill diha tupad sa inyong kwentador nga gisulod sa plastic jacket.

Daghag salamat.


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Henry Lhuillier   Prime Asia

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Electric Rates for August 2017




Low Voltage

Public Building
Street Lights

High Voltage


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


To fill the air with beat, the BOHECO I Band was all set to entertain the rest of the crowd with their rendition of songs, not to mention the participation of other employees during the performance which added to the cheery atmosphere. The Oath of Amateurism was then lead by Engr. Victorio L. Sarigumba, manager of Engineering Services Department while the declaration of the official opening of games was done by the General Manager, Engr. Roxas. The lighting of torch was executed with pride by Mr. Dionisio B. Sarigumba, and so several games were opened for all employees; there were darts, chess, and table tennis, to name some. The building was overflowed with bursts of screaming and laughing among employees who were all out in giving their best throughout the competition. It was around 12 noon when scrumptious packed lunch was distributed to regain the energy of players as well as non-players and it was also a time to interact with other employees who are not main office based. The dynamic activities did not end there. A professional zumba instructor was brought to the house to invite everybody for a fun workout routine. Not one missed to involve themselves on the said dance since the music itself is already persuading and the employees are on the go and very full of life. The day was wrapped with a dinner and it was not later when it was set to accommodate everyone and good food was placed before us to enjoy and savor.