Coop’s power contracts under review due to Boracay closure
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The National Electrification Administration (NEA) will look into the power supply contracts of Aklan Electric Cooperative (Akelco) amid the expected drop in power demand due to the impending closure of Boracay Island on April 26, 2018. In an interview on the sidelights of the inauguration of the Global Business Power (GBP) Institute for Energy (GIE) on Tuesday, NEA Deputy Administrator Engr. Nikki Tortola said they would be evaluating what part of the power contract could be used in case problems arise once the island is shut down.
Coop’s power contracts under review due to Boracay closure. (2018, April 19). The Daily Guardian, pp. 2, 14.
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Contracts; Power consumption; Electric power sources; Evaluation; Consumers; Electricity; National Electrification Administration (NEA); Aklan Electric Cooperative (Akelco); Global Business Power (GBP); Institute for Energy (GIE); Green Core Geothermal Inc; Panay Energy Development Corporation; Palm Concepcion Power Corporation; Panay Power Corporation; Tortola, Nikki; Regalado, Alexis M.
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