APRI has agreed to defer ABRECO disconnection until further notice as the cooperative settled the amount of Php9.25 million out of the required Php13.76 million it owed.
Like a sword of Damocles hanging above every Abrenian’s head, the power supply for every household in Abra is a trouble waiting to happen anytime.
Earlier, we reported that APRI will disconnect service to ABRECO at noon on November 17, 2014.
You think that the political turmoil, illegal drugs and the killings is enough as it is to Abrenians, here’s comes another nail in the coffin. How much more misery Abrenians can take?
By Artemio A. Dumlao Bangued, Abra – Abra province is already out from the dark after the twin typhoons Luis and Mario that ravaged Northern Luzon.
Tayum, Abra. Soni Tejero, an employee of ABRECO was gunned down in front of his house in Barangay Poblacion Tayum, Abra. Tejero belongs to a family of teachers: his grandma,mother, aunt and a sister. He studied electrical engineering that’ why his first work at ABRECO during the early 90’s was a lineman, then, a collector up … Continue reading
By Artemio A. Dumlao (abrenian.com) Bangued, Abra (October 16, 2013) — The “health” of ailing Abra Electric Cooperative (Abreco), hounded by fiscal woes in the past, has shown considerable improvement. After undergoing its rehabilitation plan since February, Abreco was able to reverse it financial deficit from an average net loss of 4.9 million monthly pre-rehabilitation … Continue reading
Bangued, Abra. Abra Electric Cooperative (ABRECO) filed a complaint yesterday against current Mayor JR Seares of Dolores, Abra together with 4 defendants for allegely violating Republic Act 7832, otherwise known as the act of penalizing the pilferage and theft of electricity.
THE PROVINCE of Abra will experience an eight-hour power interruption on Saturday (04/20/2013) due to a scheduled preventive maintenance of transmission facilities. In a notice, the National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP) said the power interruption from 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. will affect the franchise area of Abra Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ABRECO). http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Economy&title=Abra,-Visayas-areas-to-suffer-from-power-outages&id=68929
Here’s the response of Mayor JR Sears, according to this Philstar report ——————– Local Politics Again? Seares, however, suspects “politics” in the disconnection. Seares said “it wasn’t true an electric jumper device was found in his house or whatsoever” The mayor is running against Abreco board president David Guzman in Dolores town. Seares is the … Continue reading