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    Energizing the countryside, Electrifying the future. . .
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    10 Millionth Consumer Connection Switch-on Ceremony at PICC
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    AESB speaks in 4th Asia Pacific Housing Forum
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    SEP beneficiaries give testimonies on the benefits of electricity during the 2015 NEA-EC Milestones and Recognition Ceremonies.
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    NEA Administrator Edita Bueno (from right), Palo Mayor Remedios Petilla, Leyte Board Member Bob Abellanosa, and JICA Chief Representative Noriaki Niwa lead the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the turn-over of 14 units of boom truck to four electric cooperatives.
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    NEA seals power supply agreement between the Occidental Mindoro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (OMECO) and generators Mindoro Geothermal Power Corporation (MGPC) and Occidental Mindoro Consolidated Power Corporation (OMCPC).
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No major power hitch in coops’ coverage areas during election period

Media Release

14 May 2016

No major power hitch was reported within the electric cooperatives’ coverage areas during the election period from May 2-14, 2016. This covers the National and Local Elections on May 9, 2016 and the Special Elections on May 14, 2016 in selected areas in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

 

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has closely monitored the power situation nationwide during the period through the Power Task Force Election 2016. Reports from the coops show the occurrence of few outages caused by busted distribution transformer fuses, primary and secondary line faults, and defective fuse links. Incidence of these power interruptions was minimal and isolated and services have been readily restored.


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NEA: Electricity begins people’s game of life; Admtr. Bueno speaks on governance initiatives of NEA with electric cooperatives

 

Media Release

02 May 2016

“We have to be strong for this country because it is the only one we have.”.

 

Thus said NEA Administrator Edita Bueno at the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) Fellows’ Lunch where the Administrator gave a talk on the Corporate Governance Initiatives and Achievements of the NEA with the Electric Cooperatives last April 29, 2016 at the Marco Polo Hotel, Ortigas Center, Pasig.


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NEA, other energy agencies on high alert for the May 9 polls

Media Release

9 May 2016, 4:00 pm

NEA, together with other energy agencies including the National Power Corporation (NPC), National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), and Manila Electric Company (Meralco), is on high alert during the election period. This is in response to the call of the Department of Energy (DOE) for a systematic monitoring of power service in the metropolis and in the provinces during the May 2016 elections.

 

During the press conference held today at the NGCP, DOE and the other agencies updated the members of the media on the power situation in their respective jurisdiction. DOE Secretary Zenaida Y. Monsada told members of the media, “All the agencies are doing their share and exercising utmost cooperation to be able to provide efficient service. I am very thankful to everyone who are actively participating in the power task force.” She added that, “DOE, in cooperation with NEA, NPC, NGCP and Meralco will do everything, with the help of the media, to ensure a 24-hour electricity service from morning until the last vote is counted.”


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