attyjulidizon has written 15 posts for abrenian.com

Uncertainty over Abra power supply worries cops

BAGUIO CITY—A management conflict over the Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) has become a security issue because police fear that an unstable power supply would disrupt the conduct of the elections next year, police officials said. Aboitiz Power Renewables Inc., which supplies electricity to Abreco, cut off supply to the cooperative on Dec. 10 because of … Continue reading


How to keep Abra from becoming a hot spot

By Dexter A. See | Posted on Dec. 13, 2012 at 12:02am  CAMP DANGWA, La Trinidad—-The Cordillera police office has created a task force for Abra to stabilize security in the province and prevent it from becoming a hot spot in next year’s polls. Chief Supt. Benjamin Magalong, regional director, named his deputy, Senior Supt. Roberto Soriano … Continue reading

Politics plunges Abra into darkness

By Ace Alegre Wednesday, December 12, 2012 BANGUED, Abra – Political maneuvering has plunged Abra into total darkness because private run Aboitiz Power Renewables Inc. cut off its supply three days ago. The blackout, general manager Loreto Seares Jr. explained, “has political underpinning as the governor wants me out at the expense of the 47,000 member-consumers … Continue reading

AP Renewables, Inc.’s official statement on the indefinite suspension of power deliveries to Abra Electric Cooperative

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 AP Renewables Inc. (APRI) announced the indefinite suspension of power deliveries to Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco) due to the cooperative’s unsettled financial obligations to the independent power producer effective 12:01 pm, December 10, 2012. Click and read more… http://www.4-traders.com/ABOITIZ-EQUITY-VENTURES-I-6493302/news/Aboitiz-Equity-Ventures-Inc-AP-Renewables-Inc-s-official-statement-on-the-indefinite-suspension-15586083/

Lights Out in Abra

My Immediate concerns – 1. Medical facilities that relies on electricity. I HOPE that they have back-up Electric Generators, to keep their patients alive; 2. Night schools or schools requiring electricity. I HOPE that they have back up source of power too in order to avoid the disruption of their daily operations; and 3. Local … Continue reading

Site Stats

  • 1,485,440 hits