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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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    NEA receives the ‘Islands of Good Governance’ certification for successfully showcasing breakthrough results in public service.
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    NEA bags Most Outstanding Accounting Office award for the second consecutive year.

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SOLECO puts up first picohydro system in the country

Media Release

07 October 2016

Continuing the thrust of the NEA to promote among the electric cooperatives (ECs) the use of renewables for rural electrification, the Southern Leyte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SOLECO) made operational last August 12 its picohydro power generation system, showcasing the viability of another clean technology option for the country.


Considered the first of its kind in the Philippines, the SOLECO picohydro power generation system utilizes tail water from the Hanabian Minihydro Power Plant and generates power up to 600 W with maximum water flow velocity of 4.6 m/s.

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NEA opens loan window for RE projects of power coops

Media Release

30 September 2016

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has opened a loan window for Renewable Energy (RE) projects of electric cooperatives (ECs) in its bid to encourage ECs to deploy clean technology innovations within their franchise areas.


The new loan window seeks to finance not only the equity requirement for the development and construction of RE projects, but also the cost of repairing or rehabilitating existing RE facilities of the power coops.

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NEA lends Php1.403 billion loans to power coops

Media Release

22 September 2016

The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has lent a total of Php1.403 billion loans to 43 electric cooperatives (ECs) from January to August 2016 to finance, among others, their capital expenditure projects and immediately rehabilitate their power distribution systems.


Of the said amount, Php399 million loan borrowed by nine (9) ECs primarily due to Typhoons Lando and Nona. Calamity loan has a term of 10 years of repayment period and one year grace period with interest rate of 3.25% per annum.

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