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Energy Sec. Popo Lotilla Graces NPC's 86th Anniversary

Energy Secretary Raphael M. Lotilla on Thursday imparts words of encouragement and vision to the employees of the National Power Corporation as the state corporation celebrates its 86th founding anniversary.

Sec. Popo Lotilla emphasized NPC’s opportunities for growth considering that it was the pioneer in renewable sources of energy such as hydro and geothermal. He urged NPC not to limit itself to present-day affairs or present-day challenges, but to look beyond and see the opportunities for a strengthened power sector for the country.

NPC Powers Tapiantana Island in Basilan

The National Power Corporation on Monday, October 17 launched and opened its new power facility on Tapiantana Island, Tabuan Lasa in Basilan, giving 8 hours of electricity to the initial 100 household connections on the island. NPC shall also serve as the area’s distribution utility after Basilan Electric Cooperative waived its franchise to operate on the island.

NPC Maintains ISO 9001:2015 Certification

After a series of audits, Certification International has conferred the National Power Corporation with a Certificate of Registration to ISO 9001:2015. The said International Organization for Standardization for Quality Management System is valid from September 2, 2022, until September 1, 2025, and contains the following scope: Missionary Electrification, Operation and Maintenance of Undisposed Assets, Watershed Management, Dams Management, and Administrative Support to Operations.

Fernando Martin "Nani" Roxas is the new Napocor President

The National Power Board on Friday, September 30 elected and confirmed Fernando Martin ‘Nani’ Y. Roxas as the new President and CEO of the National Power Corporation (Napocor).

NPC conducted this week a series of consultation workshops with distribution utilities (DUs) and local government units for the crafting of the 2023 to 2027 Missionary Electrification Plan (MEP).