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Billing Rate for the month of June 2017

Residential - 08.9920

Commercial - 07.7079

Industrial - 07.7079

Public Building - 07.7079


June 23, 2017

Brgy. San Vicente
St. Sto. Rosario Sto. Niño
Brgy. San Lorenzo
Cogon I
Brgy. Mahayag
Hermosilla Drive
Bahay Liloan
Bacante Lao

Sto. Niño-Nipot-Nipot
Brgy. Luna
Balion-Sabang Bao-Maanda
Cogon III
Lower Coob-Libertad

NGCP scheduled power interruption

There will be an NGCP scheduled power interruption on August 5 & 6 affecting the following: 1. From Pto. Bello, Merida up to Mahayag, Isabel substation (between 6:00 am to 7:00 am of August 5 and between 6:00 am – 7:00 am of August 6, 2017). 2. From Mahayag, Isabel substation going to Pob. Isabel up to Brgy. Cantandoy, Palompon (from 6:00 am of August 5 up to 6:00 am of August 6, 24 hrs). 3. From Pob. Palompon up to Brgy. Lomonon (between 6:00 am to 7:00 am of August 5 and between 6:00 am – 7:00 am of August 6, 2017).

Reason: tapping of conductors to various new towers of NGCP.

JUNE 13, 2017

NEA orders power coop to improve services in host cities as firefight continues in Marawi

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) advised the Lanao del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Lasureco) to ensure adequate power supply in areas where thousands of Marawi City residents are temporarily taking refuge due to the ongoing clashes between government forces and a local terrorist group.

"While Lasureco is waiting for the normalization of the security situation before it can repair its facilities in Marawi City, they must ensure that electricity services are unhampered in localities hosting the evacuees," NEA Administrator Edgardo R. Masongsong said.

Lasureco, according to the NEA chief, may now temporarily shift its focus from restoring power services in conflict-stricken city to providing electricity to its neighboring areas such as Iligan City, where displaced residents are staying in evacuation centers.

Masongsong, meanwhile, expressed dismay over the outbreak of hostilities in Marawi City as it occurred at a time when the Task Force Duterte-Lanao Sur Power has hit the ground running to revive the ailing electric cooperative.

"Sayang, ngayon pa when Lasureco is getting up on its feet - timely and improved collections, employees are getting paid on time, areas are getting better services - ngayon pa nangyari ito. Lasureco was on its way to full rehabilitation when this unfortunate event happened," he said.

Lasureco Acting General Manager Nordjiana Ducol reported that a satellite office has been set up in Iligan City to address the concerns of their employees and member-consumers who are displaced by the fighting.

Last May 24, Masongsong issued an advisory directing all electric cooperatives across the island of Mindanao to increase security of their facilities, especially the offices and power substations, in view of the declaration of Martial Law for 60 days by President Rodrigo Duterte.

The Department of Energy likewise convened the inter-agency task force to secure all the energy facilities, such as power plants, transmission tower, distribution facilities and oil depots, in Mindanao. An inter-agency group has also been created to rehabilitate the energy facilities damaged by clashes in Marawi City. ###

For queries, please contact Ms. Jona E. Andal of the NEA Corporate Communication and Social Marketing Office at (02) 929-2237 or (02) 929-1909 local 153. You may also send an email at pao_nea@yahoo.


As of July 7, 2017, LEYECO V distribution system is ready to receive power from NGCP. Meanwhile, NGCP is currently conducting aerial and foot inspection while restoration of lines in the affected areas will be in full swing as soon as the situation allows. Your electric cooperative and your transmission company is doing its best in trying to restore power the soonest possible time.