P15M na proyektong pangkaunlaran, naipatupad sa Quezon ng Team Energy at 7 lokal na pamahalaan

  • May 19, 2017
  • Ruel M. Orinday

LUCENA CITY, Quezon- May 19 (PIA)--  Umabot sa P 15M na mga proyektong pangkaunlaran ang naipatupad  ng Team Energy Corporation at ng pitong mga lokal na pamahalaan sa mga bayan sa lalawigan ng Quezon sa pamamagitan ng Energy Regulation 94 o ER-94.

Kabilang sa mga bayan na nagpursige sa pagpapatupad ng proyekto  at nabibiyaan ng mga ito ay ang mga bayan ng Agdangan, Candelaria, General Luna, Guinayangan, Gumaca, Padre Burgos at Pitogo, Quezon.

Ayon sa Team Energy Corporation ang ER-94  ay isang  probisyon kung saan kinakailangang magbigay ang mga power generation facility ng one centavo per kilowatt hour ng kanilang electricity sales.

Kabilang  naman  sa mga proyektong  natapos ay ang installation ng green house at disaster risk reduction and management center at improvement o pagsasaayos ng water supply system.

Naisakatuparan ang mga proyekto sa pagtutulungan ng Team Energy Corporation  at ng mga nasabing lokal na pamahalaan.

Ang Team Energy ang kumpanyang  nagpapatakbo ng Pagbilao Power Station sa Quezon. (GG/R. Orinday, PIA-Quezon) 


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