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More Funds Secured for Electrification Projects

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has secured more funds for electrification projects of the electric cooperatives. The state-run agency has signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) for the co-financing of ECs’ funding requirements on June 10, 2011 at the DBP Head Office in Makati City.


NEA axes erring ZAMCELCO officials

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) Board of Administrators has issued an eight-paged decision for the removal of the General Manager of the Zamboanga City Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ZAMCELCO) and eight of the coop’s Board of Directors for repeated violation/non-compliance to NEA issuances, memoranda and other rules and regulations.

Ordered dismissed were GM Reinerio R. Ramos, Board of Directors Rolando Gregorio, Tito Espiritusanto, Leonir Toribio, Aida Loong, Ronald Maravilla, Emias Alvia, Alexis Ortega and Noel Tarrazona.


NEA Responses to P-Noy’s call for Daang Matuwid

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) is COA Audit Compliant for 4 consecutive years. This is clearly in line with President Benigno S. Aquino III’s call to trek the “daang matuwid” in order to eradicate corruption in government and alleviate poverty.

The state-run corporation has been rendered as Audit Compliant for Calendar Year 2010 by the Commission on Audit (COA). Since 2007, the NEA has been given an unqualified opinion by the State Auditor after reviewing its financial statements which comprise the balance sheet as of December 31, 2010 and income statement, statement of changes in equity and cash flow statement for the year ended.


Albay Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ALECO)

aleco-1 Special General Membership Assembly Bicol Colleges, Daraga, Albay
May 14, 2011, 8:30 am. Registration of member-consumers from the different districts of ALECO.


NEECO I Gears up for a Category A+ Status

The Nueva Ecija I Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NEECO I) gears up for a Category A+ status in 2011 after posting continuous improvement in its operations in recent years. “Our target is to be rated A+, the highest NEA ranking for the coops by yearend thus we are exerting all efforts to meet this goal,” said General Manager Bonifacio Patiag during the blessing of several infrastructures for the coop including a 20 MVA substation in Gapan City, an Annex Building which will house the Finance Services Department of the coop, an oval garden with fountain and a covered gym in the main headquarters in Brgy. Malapit, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija last May 24, 2011.


AESB rounds up CARAGA for Goodwill Visits

In a move to assure electric cooperatives in the CARAGA Region of NEA’s continuing support Administrator Edita S. Bueno conducted anew a round of goodwill visits to three coops May 6-7, 2011.

Accompanied by Engineering Director Jose Seguban, Data Center Manager. Ana Rosa Papa and Organizational Management Development Manager Nora Rivera, their first stop was in Agusan del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Aneco).  They were welcomed by the Aneco board, management and staff. Leaders of other coops in the region were likewise present including Aselco GM Emmanuel Galarse, Siarelco/Dielco GM Sergio Dagooc, Surseco I GM Joceler Moralda and Surseco II GM Iglorio Hinayon.


NEA cites top performing electric co-ops

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has recognized the outstanding electric cooperatives for performance year 2010 in a ceremony dubbed as Lumens Awards at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Cebu City on April 29, 2011.

The Cebu III Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Cebeco III) led this year’s awardees with 11 awards including the Mega Diamond Electric Cooperative for Emmanuel N. Pelaez Award for its unparalleled track record of exemplary performance, excellent customer service and solid corporate social responsibility which serve as pillars of a strong institution, thus inspiring the ECs to achieve the highest level performance. Its General Manager, Engr. Jevy Buensalida, collected the General Manager of the Year Award.

Energy Secretary and NEA Board Chair Jose Rene D. Almendras thanked the electric cooperatives for lighting up the lives of the Filipinos that they serve in the countryside.  “Tonight, we celebrate success. And as distinguished by Bob Buford in his book Finishing Well, ‘success is using one’s knowledge and experience to satisfy one’s self with fame and fortune while significance is using one’s knowledge and experience to serve others’. I am so proud and happy that NEA and the electric cooperatives recognized here tonight and aspiring to come here tonight are not only successful but are very, very significant”, said the Secretary.


‘Chiz’ to electric coops – “Bring people to where electricity is”

Cebu City – Explore the possibility to bring the people to where electricity is found instead of bringing electricity to the people”, said Senator Francis Joseph “Chiz” Escudero during his keynote address to some 700 participants from 100 electric cooperatives nationwide at the Opening Ceremonies of the National Electrification Administration (NEA) - Electric Cooperatives Conference and Recognition at the Radisson Blu Hotel in this city.

“We are honored of the senator’s support to NEA and the ECs.


Cebu Coops Continue to Excel in Rural Electrification

With more than 3 decades of experience, Cebu I, II and III Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (Cebeco I, II and III) have mastered the skills and techniques in providing quality electric service to the Cebuanos in their coverage areas.

Among the 3 electric coops, CEBECO III is the youngest, being incorporated and registered in September 27, 1979 with the National Electrification Administration (NEA), the state owned and controlled corporation mandated to supervise the electric cooperatives (ECs).


Mindanao EC Hailed for Excellent Electricity Service

The Davao del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (DASURECO) has once again proven that it is an electric utility worth emulating.

“For four decades, the dedicated board, management and staff of DASURECO have pursued its mission to spread the benefits of electrification in the countryside with the commitment to deliver to its stakeholders a dependable, affordable and round-the-clock electric service. This noble endeavor paved the way to the improvement of the socio-economic condition of the people of Davao del Sur,” said NEA Administrator Edita S. Bueno.