Saturday, December 14, 2013

AKELCO, apologizes to stockholders in Boracay in line with rotational power supply

Written by Gloria Villas

The Aklan Electric Cooperative (AKELCO) apologizes to the stockholders in Boracay because of the rotational power supply in the island.

According to AKELCO Asst. General Manager, Engineer Joel Martinez, the NGCP or the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) is only giving them temporary information as to when the supply of electricity on the island will be back to normal.

AKELCO has previously assured that the electricity will be normally functional on December 10, which apparently didn’t happen and people are making do with its rotating supply.

Martinez explained, this will depend on the job of NGCP’s linemen and as to when the repairs will be finished.

The AKELCO Asst. General Manager added that they will be hearing the latest update from the NGCP today.

Meanwhile, he encouraged their members and consumers to report if there are any AKELCO personnel taking any form of payment just so a certain area could be supplied with electricity.

Translated by Shelah Casiano

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