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Hataw Activity

Team building activity conducted as "Hataw Activity" to SURNECO employees that will promote physical fitness as well as build camaraderie among employees.
 

CLEARING ACTIVITY

Initiated "Bayanihan" clearing activities, a joined force of SURNECO employees in facilitating clearing of trees and lines in the different coverage areas of the cooperative.
 

BLOOD LETTING ACTIVITY

Conducted “Blood Letting” activity in collaboration with REACT Philippines, Inc. on September 19, 2014 at SURNECO Main office.
 


"To be one of the best and innovative electric service providers in the region that ensures total customer satisfaction by 2026"


"To provide state-of-the-art-facilities and quality electric service at a competitive cost."

• To attain customer satisfaction
• To ensure efficient, reliable and quality service
• To attain sustainable financial viability
• To continuously develop competent and well equipped workforce
• To continually improve a strong organization
• To acquire state of the art facilities and upgrade distribution system, ITCS infrastructure and logistical support
• To improve and strictly implement system, procedure and policies

We believe and uphold the Surneco Vision as our own; 
We believe that our behavior is a demonstration of our corporate culture;
 
We believe that the Surneco values of Sustainability & Innovation, Unity, Responsibility, Nurturing, Excellence, Commitment and Optimism must be manifested in all our activities at all times;

We shall exert our effort in living up to the Vision of SURNECO to be one of the best and innovative electric service providers in the region that ensures total costumer satisfaction by 2026 and shall carry on our mission with honor and pride.

We commit to contribute in the attainment of a sustainable economic and social environment through ensuring reliability of our services;

We will do our best to fully understand the industry landscape, to behave professionally and to deliver appropriate and timely responses to our customers' needs.

So help us God.

Application for Senior Citizens Discount

How to avail 5% Senior Citizens Discount

How to avail 5% Senior Citizens Discount

The five percent (5%) discount is granted to the monthly utilization of electricity by households with senior citizens;
The individual meters should be registered in the name of the senior citizen residing therein;
The monthly consumption does not exceed one hundred kilowatt hours (100 kWh) of electricity.
The privilege is granted per household regardless of the number of senior citizens residing therein.
The senior citizen must apply for the discount personally or thru a representative.
There shall be an annual renewal of application.

Requirements for Senior Citizens Discount

Requirements for Senior Citizens Discount:

Proof of age and citizenship (Photocopy of any of the following):
  -Birth Certificate or any proof of birth; or
  -Valid Senior Citizen ID card; or
  -Philippine passport or any of the following IDs: Driver’s License, Voter’s SSS/GSIS, PRC, Postal
Proof of Billing
  -Recent SURNECO power bill registered  in the name of  the senior citizen for a period of one year
Proof of Residense (any of the following):
  -Barangay Certificate;
  -Affidavit of two (2) disinterested persons duly notarized and has known the senior for not less than one (1) year
  -Others: pls. specify
Proof of Authority (if thru a representative)
  -Photocopy  of Valid identification  of the representative; &
  -Authorization  letter  duly signed or thumb–marked  by the senior citizen end-user which shall be valid only for  a period of one (1) year from  date of issuance.

Notice of Public Hearing

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ERC Case No. 2014-058 RC

ERC CASE NO. 2014-058 RC

In the matter of the Application for the Approval of the Sale of the PACEMCO-SURNECO 69KV Line of the National Transmission Corporation (TRANSCO) to Surigao del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SURNECO), as covered by a Lease Purchase Agreement (LPA) dated 28 December 2012.

ORDER AND NOTICE
DATE
NPH, ERC Case No. 2014-058 RC
April 12, 2016, 9:00 AM @ SURNECO Main Office
Order, ERC Case No. 2014-058 RC
Order of an oscular Inspection
   
Date Posted: April 5, 2016

The SIPPA Privatization Campaign

SSIPPA Privatization or Stop! STEAG IPP Administration Privatization, the campaign of the Association of Mindanao Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AMRECO) to oppose the plan of National Power Corporation (NPC)- Power Sector Assets Management and Liabilities (PSALM) to privatize the administration contract of the Independent Power Producers (IPPA) of STEAG State Power Inc. (SPI). see more...

We encourage each member to sign the Signature Campaign Sheets at our Main office & Sub Area offices.
 For your participation to the SSIPPA Privatization, please connect with AMRECO thru www.amreco.net

Interim Mindanao Electricity Market (IMEM)

This primer explains the establishment of IMEM as an interim measure of the Department of Energy to address the power supply situation in Mindanao. It also covers the salient features and market design of IMEM and the impact of IMEM operations to electricity prices in Mindanao. Read More...

Description Download
IMEM Primer PDF
IMEM Implementing Rules PDF
 
 For more information visit: www.wesm.ph

POWER RATES FOR MAINLAND & BAPA

Consumer Type
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
Residential
11.3969
11.4346
11.9824
12.5035
Low Voltage
11.4071
11.3788
11.9254
12.4050
Higher Voltage
9.3078
9.0287
9.5137
9.9741
Power Rates: January-April 2017
Consumer Type
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Residential
11.4187
10.8380
10.6150
-
Low Voltage
11.3246
10.7555
10.5249
-
Higher Voltage
9.0711
8.5697
8.3891
-
Power Rates: May-August 2017
Consumer Type
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Residential
-
-
-
-
Low Voltage
-
-
-
-
Higher Voltage
-
-
-
-
Power Rates: September-December 2017

Power Rates for Hikdop

Consumer Type
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
Residential
8.1563
8.3482
8.3406
8.2299
Low Voltage
7.3916
7.5838
7.5759
7.4652
Power Rates: January-April 2017
Consumer Type
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Residential
8.2534
8.2696
8.2728
-
Low Voltage
7.4888
7.5049
7.5081
-
Power Rates: May-August 2017
Consumer Type
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Residential
-
-
-
-
Low Voltage
-
-
-
-
Power Rates: September-December 2017

POWER RATES FOR "SALE FOR RESALE" NONOC ISLANDS

Consumer Type
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
Residential
8.3414
8.3423
8.2924
8.3258
Low Voltage
7.2767
7.2776
7.2278
7.2611
Power Rates: January-April 2017
Consumer Type
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Residential
8.3171
8.3171
8.3745
-
Low Voltage
7.2525
7.2525
7.3098
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Power Rates: May-August 2017
Consumer Type
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Residential
-
-
-
-
Low Voltage
-
-
-
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Power Rates: September-December 2017
Radio Station
Time
Day
DXSN
11:00-11:30 AM
Tuesday
DXRS
11:00-11:30 AM
Friday
Nickel Radio 97.3 FM
8:00-09:00 AM
Wednesday
 

Schedule of Collection:

 First Week
07:30 AM - 04:00 PM
 Second Week
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
 Third Week
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
 Fourth Week
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM

• No Noon Break the entire month
• Open every 1st and last Saturdays of the month
   from 8:00 AM-4:00 PM

In line with the DOE’s program in the acquisition of modular generator sets to augment the shortage on power supply, SURNECO acquired five (5) units gensets (2MW per unit), three units situated beside SURNECO covered court and two units at the former Trinidad Substation location at Brgy. Trinidad, Surigao City.

Improvement and beautification of SURNECO’s covered court located at Espina Ext., Brgy. Taft, Surigao City.

On-Site Pre-Membership Orientation Seminar (PMOS) to thirty seven (37) barangays and sitios recipients of the Sitio Energization Program (SEP) within the coverage of SURNECO.

 

“Bandilyo” on the early registration and schedule of AGMA to the different municipalities of Surigao del Norte and Surigao City.

2016 Teach-in Activity to Students and Teachers Forum
"Pre-Membership Orientation Seminar (PMOS)" to applicants for house connection and membership twice or thrice a month on a Friday at SURNECO Main office from 8:00AM-11:00AM.
Participated in the 2015 Brigada Eskwela by way of electrical inspections, installations, re-wirings and paintings in some areas of the school’s vicinity. Beneficiary schools were as follows: a) Arturo Borja Elementary School b) Anomar Elementary School c) Anomar National High School d) Surigao West Central Elementary School.
SURNECO employees attending such celebration for GAD activities together with other attendees from government private offices.

Scheduled Power Interruption

 
Date Download
 July 8, 2017 PDF
 April 1, 2017 PDF
 February 11, 2017 PDF
 January 9, 2017 PDF
Date Download
 December 21, 2016 PDF
 October 22, 2016 PDF
 September 18, 2016 PDF
 September 8, 2016 PDF
 April 16 & 17, 2016 PDF

Surigao del Norte Electric Cooperative, Inc.

01308 Narciso Corner Espina Streets
8400 Surigao City, Philippines
Telefax: (086) 826-2148, (086) 826-0499
Complaint/Action Team : 162
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Weekly Devotional Activity

Every first working day of the week at SURNECO's Devotional Bldg., facilitated and sponsored alternately by the different assigned departments that will promote spiritual well-being of the employees.

 

Board of Directors

JOSEPH Y. GO

JOSEPH Y. GO
President
District V - Gigaquit/Claver

MARICEL D. MADELO

MARICEL D. MADELO
Vice President
District IV - Tubod/Mainit/ Alegria

MARIO I. GESTA

MARIO I. GESTA
Secretary
District II - Taft/Arellano/ Hikdop & Bayagnan Island

JERNIE A. IMAN

JERNIE A. IMAN
Treasurer
District III - Sison/Tagana-an

JOY JONATHAN A. SENACA

JOY JONATHAN A. SENACA
Member
District VII - San Francisco / Malimono

PROSERFINA M. CORO

PROSERFINA M. CORO
Member
District I - Brgy. Washington & Other Mainland Barangays

Management Team

ENGR. NARCISO I. CALIAO, JR.



ENGR. NARCISO I. CALIAO JR.
General Manager

ENGR. MICHAEL O. LUMANCAS



ENGR. MICHAEL O. LUMANCAS
OIC, Corporate Planning and Development

ENGR. ALLAN N. CARDINES



ENGR. ALLAN N. CARDINES
OIC, Consumer Services Department

MARCELINA C. CONIATE



MARCELINA C. CONIATE
Manager, Human Resource Management and Development Department

APRIL ROSE P. FETALVERO



APRIL ROSE FETALVERO
Manager, Finance Department

FRANKELITA E. REYES



FRANKELITA E. REYES
Manager, Internal Audit Department

ENGR. MIGUEL P. TRINIDAD JR.



ENGR. MIGUEL P. TRINIDAD JR.
OIC, Corporate Communication and Public Relations Office

ENGR. VIRBUEN U. LADAGA

ENGR. VIRBUEN U. LADAGA

Manager, Technical Services Department

Corporate Social Responsibility

Bundle of Joy


The employees of SURNECO personally contributed one (1) bundle of joy pack to selected less fortunate Surigaonons, among are the landfill garbage pickers at Brgy. Silop, Surigao City.

Teacher's Forum


Information and education campaign, assigned Surneco employees conduct “Teachers’ Forum” to respective schools in the coverage area.

Light-Up a Tree


In support to the city government of Surigao's “light-up a tree” project, SURNECO adopts and lights-up a tree at the Luneta Park as part of the celebration of the Yuletide season. Switch-on ceremony for the light-up a tree happened on December 2, 2016.

Consumer Welfare


In celebration to the "Consumer Welfare's Month", SURNECO initiates surprises for consumers, souvenir t-shirts are drawn and candies distributed to the paying member-consumers.

Clean Up


Supported & participated the provincial government “Adopt a Street Program” thru Governor’s Executive Order No. 31 s. 2014, declaring the 19th day of every month as the clean-up day adopting Navarro cor. Espina Sts., as the clean-up vicinity.

Fun Run


“McHappy Run 2015”, a McDonalds initiated fun run activity in coordination with the Surigao Runner’s Club on February 22, 2015.

Outreach Activity


Outreach activity at Bad-as, Placer, Surigao del Norte last December 22,2016 feeding around 100 children.
 

Outreach activity to 75  children of Navalca, Brgy. San Juan, Surigao City, in partnership with the Southern Baptist Church.