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Del Carmen-Sta. Cruz
R.Rivilla Ave. III
Osmeña-Lopez Jaena Sts.
Brgy. San Vicente
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Sitio Sto. Rosario-Sto. Niño
Brgy. San Lorenzo
There will be an NGCP scheduled power interruption on Nov 25, Sat affecting d ff: Entire Leyte, Leyte, Calubian, Matag-ob, Kananga, Brgy. Valencia up to Cagbuhangin between 7am to 8am, 30 mins. aprox. and entire Ormoc City and Albuera, between 5pm to 6pm, 30 mins. aprox.
Reason: replacement of insulators, cross arms and line hardware along Palo Tolosa 69kV line.
AUGUST 4, 2017
As part of the month-long observance of this year's National Electrification Awareness Month (NEAM), the National Electrification Administration (NEA) recently hosted the Renewable Energy Investors and Businesses Conference, which gathered some 700 participants from 117 electric cooperatives nationwide.
The event, held at the NEA H.E.S. Auditorium in Quezon City on Thursday (August 3), kicked off with opening remarks from NEA Administrator Edgardo Masongsong, who urged all electric cooperatives to pursue the use of mini-grids and distributed generation systems to provide electricity to the nation's remotest areas.
The NEA is mandated to implement the government's rural electrification program.
Masongsong said the government has set the goal to achieve ninety percent (90%) household electrification by 2017. However, energizing the remote and isolated communities is not easy, he said, citing the archipelagic characteristics of the Philippines as the biggest challenge.
Two million households across the country are still without access to electricity according to the latest government electrification data.
"The remoteness of many areas especially small islands scattered within the archipelago and the isolated upland communities make it impossible for all potential consumers to be connected to the main electricity grid," he said.
Mini-grids, the NEA chief further said, offer a potential solution to provide electricity connections to remote communities that do not have access to the power grid.
"Understandably, high upfront costs often make this approach prohibitive. Nevertheless, in increasing universal access to energy, these communities need a flexible, stable and reliable electricity supply for a sustainable socioeconomic development in these far-flung villages," Masongsong said.
"Given the constraints in providing reliable and adequate electrification services in remote and isolated areas as well as assuring power supply sufficiency in the electric cooperatives’ franchise, the NEA wants to encourage the ECs to pursue the use of mini-grids and distributed generations," he added.
Among the invited speakers at the Renewable Energy Investors and Businesses Conference were National Renewable Energy Board (NREB) Chairman Jose Layug, Jr. and Department of Energy - Renewable Energy Management Bureau (DOE-REMB) Director Mario Marasigan.
Last August 2, NEA also held various activities in support of NEAM including the ceremonial switch-on of the 12 millionth consumer connection and the opening of the Renewable Energy Investors Exhibit. This year's NEAM coincides with the 48th Founding Anniversary of NEA on August 6. ###
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.