DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DoE) against NORDECO privatization

“Unya kung ma-privatize na, kaya nila makabetan ug kuryente ang mga non-viable areas? They cannot do it because they always look at the profit. Kung walay kitaon, walay serbisyo nga ilang ihatag, whereas kita nga mga elektrik kooperatiba ang atong misyon is service.”

This is the strongly-worded message of Department of Energy (DoE) Undersecretary, Benito L. Ranque, during his visit in Davao del Norte on July 19 in response to reports to privatize the Northern Davao Electric Cooperative, Inc. (NORDECO), which provides power to Davao de Oro and part of Davao del Norte.

The takeover attempt reportedly by the power giant Davao Light and Power Co. (DLPC) is being pushed by DavNor Cong. Pantaleon Alvarez and Governor Edwin Jubahib.

Aranque expressed a strong support to NORDECO, being a part of the country’s electric cooperatives, sharing the same vision when it comes to rural electrification.

May be an image of 1 person and text that says 'Unya kung ma-privatize na, kaya nila makabetan og kuryente ang mga non-viable areas? They cannot do it because they always look at the profit. Kung walay kitaon, walay serbisyo nga ilang ihatag, whereas kita nga mga elektrik kooperatiba ang atong misyon is 'service". Mao ganeng non-stock og non- profit ta kay serbisyo man atong misyon. USEC. BENITO L. RANQUE Undersecretary, Department of Energy An excerpt from his message to NORDECO during his Regulatory Visit in the EC. JULY 19, 2021 Northern Davao Electric Cooperative,I www.daneco.ph. NORDECO'

DAVAO DEL NORTE GOVERNOR IN HOT WATER FOR SPEARHEADING POWER COOP TAKEOVER

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Politicians meddling in electric coops may face charges before the Ombudsman For leading a privatization campaign calling for power giant Davao Light and Power Company )DLPC) to take over the operation of the Northern Davao Electric Cooperative (NORDECO), Davao del Norte Governor Edwin Jubahib could be charged before […]

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