Posted March 21, 2014 as of 6:00pm
Written by Bert dalida
The island of Boracay will not be having any problems with electricity supply this summer season.
This is what Boracay Island Chief Operations (BICO) Officer Glenn Sacapaño has said in line with the possible power shortage and or fluctuations that may be experienced on the island.
According to Sacapaño, the stakeholders are already prepared for this, such as by having their own generators.
However, although Sacapaño believes that power shortages won’t be a problem for business establishments, he admits that the residents will surely be affected.
It was learned that Vice Governor Gabrielle Quimpo worries about the status of electricity in Boracay this peak seasons following a problem met by AKELCO and the NGCP while repairing their 138 kv transmission lines.
Translated by Shelah Casiano