BACOLOD City – There will be no power interruptions during the Holy Week in areas it covers, according to the Central Negros Electric Cooperative (Ceneco).
Ceneco president Roy Cordova said their engineering department manager assured him this.
Ceneco general manager SulpicioLagarde Jr. affirmed this by adding that they have no scheduled maintenance work on Maundy Thursday (March 29) and Good Friday (March 30).
Cordova also said Ceneco will deploy additional personnel to ensure stable supply of power in case of emergency during the Christian celebration.
Ceneco supplies power to Bacolod, Talisay, Silay, and Bago cities and Murcia and Salvador Benedicto towns.
Meanwhile, academic institutions are encouraged to inform Ceneco the schedule of their year-end activities, like recognition programs and graduation rites.
This is to make sure that there will be no power interruptions during those events.
On Saturday, Ceneco’s District Election Committee proclaimed the new and reelected members of the power cooperative’s board of directors.
They were Engineer Beda Tumbos (newly elected) for District 2 with 567 votes, JojitYap (reelected) for District 3 with 57 votes and Dwight Carbon (reelected) for District 7 with 318 votes.
All the three directors-elect were unopposed./PN