Beneco advisory council formed

THE BOARD of directors of the Bengeut Electric Cooperative has approved the formation of a multi-sectoral electrification advisory council (MSEAC) federation as a support group in its institutional strengthening through information and education campaigns.

Former Punong barangay Eva Marie Fianza of Happy Homes – New Lucban was confirmed president of the support group, the creation of which is mandated by the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) of 2001.

The group, the membership of which came from the city’s and province’s barangays, will support Beneco’s education program for its member-consumers.

“The formation of the multi-sectoral electrification advisory council federation and the confirmation of the federation of Beneco MSEAC federation officers would further strengthen the purpose of educating the member-consumers of Beneco and encouraging the active participation of the MSEAC,” the board resolution noted.

Beneco president Rocky Aliping said the roster of federation officers and members will be submitted to the National Electrification in the latest move to strengthen the multi-awarded cooperative.

With Fianza are Juanito Patras – vice-president, Editha Ibarra – secretary, and members Salvador dela Rosa, Basilio Binay-an, Benjamin Macadangdang Jr., Arturo Rapeto, Teddy Quintos, Evelyn Langban, Thomas Wales Jr., Eugene Daoal, Galo Santa, Marzaon Lay-at, Lauro Aniceto, Bruno Canuto, Ramon Daculog, Edward Buscol, Rogelio Bolinto and William Mendoza.
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