Alsons Power invests P4.5B in hydro plant in Saranggani

ALSONS Power Group will be investing P4.5 billion for the development of the 14.5-megawatt Siguil Hydroelectric Power Plant (HEPP), which will harness the water current of the Siguil River basin in Maasim, Saranggani. The hydroelectric power plant is targeted to … Continue reading Alsons Power invests P4.5B in hydro plant in Saranggani

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WARRING FACTIONS IN DAVNOR POWER COOP SETTLE 7-YEAR DISPUTE

After seven years of dispute, two factions fighting over control of the Davao del Norte Electric Cooperative (Daneco) have put an end to their bickering. The factions–Daneco-National Electrification Association (Daneco-NEA) and the Daneco-Cooperative Development Authority (Daneco-CDA)– wrote finis to the … Continue reading WARRING FACTIONS IN DAVNOR POWER COOP SETTLE 7-YEAR DISPUTE

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2 GROUPS BATTLE OVER CONTROL OF DAVAO DEL NORTE POWER FIRM

RADIO BROADCASTER CALLS IGACOS CITY MAYOR AL DAVID UY AS ‘KATOK’ Mayor Al David Uy of the Island Garden City of Samal (Igacos) has been called “katok” (crazy) for siding with one of two groups fighting over control of the … Continue reading 2 GROUPS BATTLE OVER CONTROL OF DAVAO DEL NORTE POWER FIRM

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Davao City Top 10 taxpayers for 2014

Davao City’s TopTen taxpayers paid a total of P178.5M with Aboitiz-owned power utility firm Davao Light & Power Co. leading the list. The City Treasurer’s Office named the top taxpayers in 2014 as: 1. Davao Light & Power Co. – P83.7M 2. SM Davao Department Store – P16.9M 3. Coca Coca Femsa Philippines, Inc. – P13.1M 4. Holcim Philippines – P12.2M 5. NCCC Supermarket of Matina – P10.3M 6. Gaisano Mall of Davao – P9.5M 7. SM Supermarket-SM Davao -8.9M 8. Mindanao Shoppers Daily Destination – P8.5M 9. Mindanao Corrugated Fibreboard – P7.5M 10. NCCC Supermarket – Magsaysay Ave. – … Continue reading Davao City Top 10 taxpayers for 2014

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No power supply woes in Agus-Pulangi shut down

The scheduled total shut down next year of the Agus-Pulangi hydropower complex will not be a reason for a power crisis in Mindanao. The power complex, a major supplier for Mindanao, will be closed for full rehabilitation and upgrading. Romeo Montenegro, Mindanao Development Authority (Minda) director of investment promotions and public affairs, assured the shutdown would not trigger a power crisis. The shutdown of the Agus-Pulangi would be implemented after some of the new power generators would be in operation, Montenegro said in a press conference in Davao City. Earlier, Montenegro identified the new power plants, with a combined capacity … Continue reading No power supply woes in Agus-Pulangi shut down

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