AESB speaks in 4th Asia Pacific Housing Forum
P-Noy commends NEA, ECs For Electrification of 2,395 Sitios.
P- Noy electrifies more sitios in Eastern Visayas
Pres. PNOY at the 33rd Anniversary of PHILRECA, Sitio Electrification Program Ceremonial Switch-On
Ceremonial switch-on, Linao, Cawayan mini-hydro plant, Ormeco, Calapan city
Gawad CES Awardee , Dep. Adm. Mariano T. Cuenco
Power restored in 25 typhoon-devastated barangays
2 April 2014
Electric power is back in all the remaining 25 remote barangays in the municipalities of Cateel, Boston and Baganga in Davao Oriental which were devastated by Typhoon Pablo less than a month after President Benigno S. Aquino III personally visited the areas to monitor the continuing rehabilitation efforts of the government.
Davao Oriental Officials led by Governor Corazon Malanyaon commended the restoration of power to the barangays during the switch-on ceremony facilitated by the National Electrification Administration (NEA) in Cateel town. Administrator Edita S. Bueno said, “We would like to thank the President for the fast release of the calamity grant in order to fully restore power in the barangays. Thank you to the task force members who immediately lent their assistance for this cause. Your tireless commitment of giving light and hope to our countrymen is indeed heroic and admirable”.
NEA, World Bank partner for Renewable Energy
30 March 2014
NEA and the World Bank partner anew for the promotion and development of renewable energy-based power generation amidst the current electricity crisis and global warming.
Administrator Edita S. Bueno said, “This is in accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act No. 10531 of the NEA Reform Act of 2013 and in line with the government’s thrust to promote Renewable Energy Projects and bring them to the stage where they are effectively bankable using commercial bank finance, backed by the World Bank’s Philippines Renewable Energy Development (PhRED) project.”
NEA thanks NRECA, seeks support
27 March 2014
National Electrification Administration Chief Edita S. Bueno, thanked the National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (NRECA) of the United States of America for its immediate response in providing moral and financial support to electric cooperatives in the Philippines which were affected by Super Typhoon Yolanda (international name: Haiyan) during the Association’s Annual Meeting at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee on March 03, 2014.
Administrator Bueno said, “NRECA’s initial donation of $25,000.00 immediately helped fund the mobilization cost for the task forces coming from major islands of Luzon and Mindanao”.