MORE Power boosts sister firm Negros Power ahead of launch

By Dolly Yasa

BACOLOD CITY— In a move aimed at ensuring seamless operations and superior service quality, MORE Power has extended crucial support to its sister company, Negros Electric and Power Corp (Negros Power), as it prepares for its upcoming launch in Central Negros.

Last week, MORE Power sent specialized service vehicles from Iloilo City to Bacolod City, addressing the transportation needs of Negros Power teams.

These efforts are part of the preparations for the company’s operation commencement in the third quarter of this year.

The vehicles, along with MORE Power’s technical expertise, are expected to facilitate a smooth transition from Central Negros Electric Cooperative (CENECO) to Negros Power.

The goal is to ensure uninterrupted and reliable service for consumers within the franchise area.

Negros Power emphasized their commitment to a collaborative culture and knowledge exchange in a statement on their official Facebook page.

“Our teams are fully engaged in fostering a collaborative culture and knowledge exchange. Through the sharing of best practices and comprehensive training, we are committed to addressing consumer needs effectively from the onset of our operations.”

The deployment of these vehicles represents a significant milestone in streamlining Negros Power’s operational procedures.

The concerted efforts of MORE Power and Negros Power reflect a shared dedication to excellence and consumer satisfaction, with a strong focus on enhancing the distribution system and service quality.

Negros Power recently revealed that their suppliers are preparing the first batch of essential electrical materials for delivery. This is crucial for ensuring the company’s readiness as they await final government approval to commence operations.

Negros Power’s preparation to take over from CENECO involves not just logistical readiness but also strategic partnerships aimed at elevating service standards.

MORE Power’s involvement highlights the synergy between the two companies, both aiming to provide top-tier services to the power consumers of Central Negros.

With the anticipated operational commencement later this year, consumers in the region can look forward to improved service quality and reliability.

The transition is poised to set a new benchmark in the local power distribution landscape, reflecting broader trends in the Philippine energy sector towards enhanced efficiency and consumer-centric approaches.


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