NEA Releases Rating of Power Coops
08 May 2013
NEA releases rating of power coops
The National Electrification Administration (NEA) has released the result of the Year 2012 Electric Cooperatives (ECs) Overall Performance Assessment using the Key Performance Standards (KPS) with 50 ECs getting AAA rating.
Administrator Edita S. Bueno said, “we congratulate the 50 ECs which garnered the highest rating of AAA for being compliant to all the four parameters: Financial, Institutional, Technical and Reportotial Requirements. We commend ECs of Region VII (Central Visayas) and CARAGA for continuing to excel in their respective operations”. All 16 ECs in the two regions were rated as AAA.
NEA Enjoins ECs in Ensuring Power Service Reliability During the . . .
12 April 2013
NEA enjoins ECs in ensuring power service reliability during the 2013 elections
The National Electrification Administration enjoins the 110 ECs under its supervision for their active participation in ensuring electric power service reliability during the May 2013 National and Local Elections.
In Memorandum No. 2013-007 issued by the agency, all ECs were directed to undertake necessary activities and implement a Load Management Program for the period 10 to 14 May 2013. This is in compliance with the Department of Energy Circular No. 2012-12-0011 stating the necessity to ensure continuous supply of electric power in the country before, during and after the May 13 elections.
NEA Hits More Than 100% Electrification Target in 2012
22 February 2013
NEA hits more than 100% electrification target in 2012
The National Electrification Administration (NEA) and the 110 electric cooperatives (ECs) have completed 6,163 sitios, exceeding the 6,007 target for the year 2012.
Of the completed sitios, 5,704 or 92% are already energized. One hundred percent energization will be attained once service connection permits from the Local Government Units (LGUs) have been secured by the beneficiaries. Some 53,688 household consumers or 268,440 Filipinos have initially benefitted from the project. The national average cost in energizing a sitio is about Php0.575M