HOTSPOT — NGCP Special New Year Edition

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The invention of electricity triggered the flooding of scientific development that gave power to new technologies which led to advancement and progress. Individuals and businesses are benefitting from electrical connectivity. Read more…

SELFLESSNESS. Risking life and limb to improve power infrastructure while serving the people.

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) takes pride in its commitment to provide reliable, efficient, and sustainable energy as it is in charge of operating, maintaining, and developing the country’s state-owned power grid, an interconnected system that transmits gigawatts of power at thousands of volts from where it is made to where it is needed. Read more…

Engineer Lalaine de la Cruz and Alvin Dulay.

In the male-dominated industry of electrical engineering, the 39-year-old Kapampangan carves her name in history – one that spoke not only of her own achievements, but those of the people she works with to attain the singular goal of bringing light into every Filipino household. Read more…

Alvin Dulay is one of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines’ linemen, the brave frontliners who carry out the arduous task of maintaining 20,000 circuit kilometers of transmission lines and towers across the country. Read more…

Policies on safety in the workplace and corresponding surroundings is one of the primordial requisites in any company as it assures the safety and health of employees. Read more…

It’s an expression often attributed to a politician who has gained notoriety to mean the pursuit of power for selfish and personal agenda. Read more…

Brigada Eskwela is a public school cleanup campaign conducted in the months of May, June and July. It involves not only students and teachers but volunteers from various companies helping out in repairing or replacing broken classroom furniture or fixtures of the chosen school as part of their corporate social responsibility (CSR). Read more…

Despite the monstrous traffic that goes with the season and the endless round of celebrations, Pinoys take the time to immerse in the sights and sounds of Christmas – be it listening to carols, or catching a glimpse of ever-elaborate decorations and the thousands of gleaming Christmas lights around the metro. Read more…

The Department of Energy’s (DoE) 2017-2040 Energy Efficiency and Conservation Roadmap has received full support from the Legislative department through the passage of a bill that seeks to address the rising power demand in the Philippines. Read more…

Power and utility costs contributed significantly to the upward price pressures in recent months, lifting inflation rate to above target. Despite the tempering of prices in November, the high cost of electricity still kept inflation higher than expected. Read more…

Meralco Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan (second from right) with ATRIEV Founder and Executive Director Antonio Llanes, Jr. (middle) and ATRIEV student Edrian delos Reyes. Also in photo are Meralco Customer Retail Services SVP and Corporate Communications Head Alfredo S. Panlilio (left); and One Meralco Foundation President Jeffrey O. Tarayao (right).

In time for Christmas, Meralco’s corporate social responsibility arm One Meralco Foundation (OMF) recently launched a company-wide campaign to fund the ICT education and skills development training of hundreds of blind people in the Philippines. Read more…

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