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Alang sa tanang miembro-konsumidor sa mga Lungsod sakop sa BOHECO I:

Sugod niadtong March 23, 2018, ang BOHECO I nisuspende sa Masterpay sa ilang opportunidad sa pagdawat sa balayronon sa kuryente isip collecting partners sa BOHECO I tungod sa wala nila pagbayad sa ilang collection ngadto sa atong coop.

Tungod niining maong panghitabo, among gi-awhag ang mga kunsumidor sa dili pagbayad sa ilang balayronon sa kuryente sa Masterpay nga mga outlet. Nangayo kami sa inyong kooperasyon sa dili pagbayad sa ilang mga outlet aron dili kita maproblema.

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Over 5,000 Beneco consumers take oath as new members of NCECCO

BAGUIO CITY—Some 5,300 member-consumers of the Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Beneco) on Saturday, June 17, took their oaths as new members of the National Center of Electric Cooperative Consumers, Inc. (NCECCO).

No less than National Electrification Administration (NEA) chief Edgardo R. Masongsong administered the mass oathtaking during Beneco's 37th Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA). 

Established last January, NCECCO is a national organization that seeks to empower all the electricity consumers nationwide. It serves as a movement of the electric cooperatives (ECs) and member-consumer-owners (MCOs) towards strategic positioning in the power industry and in pursuit of socio-political-economic-cultural-environmental development through rural electrification.

Masongsong was invited as guest speaker at the coop's AGMA held at the Baguio City National High School. He was joined by Energy Undersecretary Benito Ranque, Beneco Board President Rocky Aliping, and General Manager Gerardo Verzosa. 

In his message, Masongsong congratulated Beneco for earning several awards at the 2017 Lumens Awards of NEA held in Tagum City, Davao del Norte last April 28.

Among the awards that Beneco bagged were AAA EC, Single Digit System Loss for the Year, Best in Collection Performance Award, Lowest Power Rate, and Model Headquarters Facilities Award.

The NEA chief also took the opportunity to thank Beneco for its active participation in the Task Force Kapatid in the aftermath of Typhoons 'Lawin' and 'Karen.'

"Dahil tumulong kayo sa mga ibang electric cooperatives through Task Force Kapatid, napadali ang reconstruction ng linya, napadali ang pagbalik ng serbisyong kuryente sa bawat lugar na tinamaan ng bagyo," he said.

At the same time, Masongsong also apprised the member-consumers of Beneco of the new direction of NEA that is fully consistent with his seven-point electricity agenda.

Beneco's AGMA this year carried the theme “A New Dawn for Beneco: Pursuing Global Competitiveness.” ###

Secretary Cusi lauds coop personnel for keeping Marawi City energized

'Unsung heroes'

Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi on Wednesday recognized the critical role played by the electric cooperatives in providing basic electricity services to Filipinos, particularly in times of disaster and calamity situations.

Secretary Cusi cited the situation in Marawi City where the electricity services have been affected due to the ongoing hostilities between government troops and local terrorists belonging to the Maute group.

He commended the commitment and sacrifice of the personnel of Lanao del Sur Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Lasureco), which is under Task Force Duterte Lanao Sur Power, to ensure the continuous delivery of basic electricity services to the residents of the conflict-stricken city.

"Let me reiterate our sincere appreciation of your constant invaluable support to DOE as our untiring implementors on the ground of the government's total electrification program. In fact, 'yon lang sa nangyayari ngayon sa Marawi. Just to keep the province energized, our people on the ground are doing a lot of sacrifice," he said.

"Our people are risking their lives and we have to give it to them, our unsung heroes, the people in the field of Lasureco," the secretary said during the 20th National Conference of the National Association of General Managers of Electric Cooperatives (Nagmec) on Wednesday in Manila.

National Electrification Administration (NEA) chief Edgardo R. Masongsong, meanwhile, said the bravery and commitment demonstrated by the Task Force headed by Acting General Manager Nordjiana Ducol are truly commendable.

"The actions of Task Force Duterte Lanao Sur Power validate what we knew all along, that Acting General Manager Ducol possesses the strength to take care of her people during adverse circumstances, and determination to address the plight of Lasureco," Masongsong said.

Acting General Manager Ducol was last to leave the Lasureco headquarters in Marawi City when the fighting erupted on May 23 after ensuring all the workers and facilities were safe and secure.

Task Force Duterte Lanao Sur Power was created by NEA to reverse the downward spiral of the electric cooperative and help it become more operationally viable. ###

NEA lauds Task Force Duterte Rinconada for accomplishments

IRIGA CITY, Camarines Sur—The National Electrification Administration (NEA) commended the Task Force Duterte for its efforts to improve the operational performance of the Camarines Sur III Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Casureco III) that resulted in an increase in collection efficiency and reduction in system loss.

During his visit to Casureco III on Saturday (June 10), NEA Administrator Edgardo R. Masongsong has nothing but good words for Task Force Duterte Rinconada Power, which has made strides towards improving the management and operations of Casureco III since it took over the cooperative last February.

These accomplishments include improved system loss (14.66 percent as of May), increased collection efficiency (92 percent), and reduced debt (from P1.2 billion to P900 million). The coop was also able to hold an Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA), the first time after 30 years.

"This is a good indicator that after four months of operation and management by the Task Force Duterte Rinconada Power, nagkaroon ng ganitong activity. It's a very welcome activity," Masongsong said.

While Task Force Duterte has made significant progress during the past four months, the NEA chief said more work still needs to be done. "Marami pang dapat gawin, lalo na ito ngayon kailangan ma-involve ang electric consumers," he said.

Task Force Duterte presented its accomplishments to thousands of member-consumers who attended Casureco III's AGMA, which was held at the University of Saint Anthony in San Miguel, Iriga City.

This year's AGMA carried the theme "Pagbabago Pasiring sa Pag-asenso."

NEA created Task Force Duterte Rinconada Power in a move to improve the management and operations of Casureco III. The agency aims to re-engineer Casureco III into an excellently performing electric cooperative.

Rinconada is the fifth district of Camarines Sur composed of Iriga City and the towns of Baao, Balatan, Bato, Bula, Buhi, Nabua. ###

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 (DOE) 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.

Caraga power coop bags NEA support

Citing its compliance to the flagship programs of the National Electrification Administration (NEA), the Surigao del Sur II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (Surseco II) has been guaranteed of its 10 percent subsidy funds and other incentives from the agency.

Administrator Edgardo Masongsong gave this assurance following his dialogue with Sureco II Board of Directors (BOD) and Management Staff at their main office in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur on Friday (June 2).

Masongsong said the electric cooperative (EC) has fully liquidated its cash advances for the Barangay Line Enhancement and Sitio Electrification Programs, making it eligible to fresh incentives from the NEA on top of government funding it receives regularly.

The administrator considered this a logical step especially since Surseco II had been addressing its capital expenditure (CapEx) needs through internally-generated funds amid the Energy Regulatory Commission’s (ERC) constant inattention to their applications.

“(Their) CapEx project application with ERC has not been acted ever since (and it is) the reason the EC’s system loss is at 12.97 percent, which is only three percentage points shy of the cap level,” Masongsong said on Monday (June 5).

The NEA chief advocated for a single-digit system loss for all ECs in accordance with President Rodrigo Duterte’s aim to reduce the price of electricity service in the country.

Meanwhile, Surseco II officials also took the opportunity to raise other issues and concerns with the administrator during the meeting including the adjustment of term limits for BOD members and their qualifications standards.

The energization of remaining sitios within its coverage area as well as projects under the Nationwide Intensification of Household Electrification (NIHE), which is initiated by the Department of Energy (DOE), were likewise discussed.

On Saturday (June 3), the administrator graced the 28th Annual General Membership Assembly (AGMA) of Surseco II as its guest speaker at the San Miguel Municipal Gymnasium, the main venue for the event.

A total of 4,390 member-consumers-owners (MCOs) gathered for the AGMA, which was also held in two other remote locations, the Surseco II headquarters in Tandag City and the Municipality of Madrid. The attendance is more than the seven percent of the 64,000-plus billed consumers of the said EC.

For this year, Surseco II adopted the theme “Strengthening the Electric Cooperative through MCO Empowerment,” an idea put forth by the National Center of Electric Cooperative Consumers, Inc. (NCECCO).

The organization of an NCECCO provincial chapter in Surigao del Sur and the subsequent induction of Surseco II MCOs into EC-led movement served as one of the highlights of the recently concluded AGMA.

Masongsong attributed the favorable outcome of the event to the Surseco II leadership with BOD president Reynaldo Sindo and general manager Iglorio Hinayon at the helm and the cooperation of their MCOs.

“The success of the AGMA could not have been realized without the all-out support of the MCOs as represented by the MSEAC (Multisectoral Electrification Advisory Council), BAPA (Barangay Power Associations), barangay electricians, IP (indigenous people) leaders and the local media” he said.

Surseco II has been rated AAA with 99 percent collection efficiency. It has consistently earned praise from NEA alongside other ECs in Caraga for its ability to bounce back from any adversity such as the 6.5-magnitude earthquake that hit the Surigao provinces last February.



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