Distribution

Entails on building, operating and maintaining the distribution system, which brings power from high voltage transmission grids, to commercial/ industrial establishments and to residential end-users.

Metering

Concerns on the reading, operation and maintenance of power metering facilities.

Supply

Involves rendering of service to customers, such as, billing, collection, customer assistance and related services.


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  • Plug electronics into a power strip, then turn the strip off when not in use to save in energy costs.
  • Avoid energy vampires. Even when they’re turned off, home electronics in “standby” mode use energy to power features like clock displays.
  • Look for ENERGY STAR-qualified TVs – they’re up to 30 percent more efficient than noncertified models.
  • Consider a laptop next time you're looking to buy a computer – they use less energy than desktop computers.
  • Set your computer to sleep or hibernate mode instead of using a screen saver so it uses less electricity during periods of inactivity.
  • Unplug battery chargers when the batteries are fully charged or the chargers are not in use. Many chargers draw power continuously, even when the device is not plugged into the charger.

  • Cover all bare floors. Carpeting or rugs add to comfort and heat retention, especially if there is little or no floor insulation.
  • Raise the temperature slowly to keep your bill lower. Quickly raising your heat pump's temperature activates the heat strip, which uses tons of energy.
  • Lower your thermostat temperature to the lowest temperature that is comfortable to your family. You may save as much as 3 percent on your energy bill for each degree you lower your thermostat. Reduce your thermostat setting at night and/or when you are away.
  • Close the flue in your fireplace and install glass doors to keep in the warm air.
  • Limit your use of portable heaters. They’re great for "spot" heating, but running a 1,500-watt heater 24/7 can be expensive.
  • Keep your thermostat close to the outside temperature – it’s cheaper to keep your home at 70°F when it’s 50°F outside than when it’s 30°F.
  • Don’t block air vents with drapes and furniture.
  • Get an energy-efficient heat pump and you could cut your heating costs in half.
  • Change the filters in your heating system every month for optimum efficiency.
  • Give your air compressor space to work efficiently. Never stack anything against your HVAC or drape anything over it.
  • Set your thermostat to 60 degrees if going on vacation during the winter months, but don’t turn it off.
  • Heat your home with the sun's help. Leave window shades or blinds open during the daytime. And consider using solar heat to supplement your normal heating source.
  • Lower your thermostat every time you leave the house.

Tips

Being energy efficient can make a big difference to the cost of your energy bill. It doesn’t always need a big investment in time or money to make sure you’re wasting less energy and saving more. These are our tips to help you save money on your energy bills:

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Coverage Area

At present, MORESCO-1 services a total of 21 manufacturing firms in its coverage area -- among them Asia Brewery, Inc. (ABI) and Universal Robina Corporation (URC) in El Salvador and Holcim Philippines (cement) in Lugait.

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History

With the initiation of then Senator Emmanuel Pelaez, whose roots came from Misamis Oriental, Republic Act 2717 came into life in the year 1960 known as the Electrification Administration Act, hence, he was called the Father of the Philippine Rural Electrification and Missionary Electrification Program.

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