NATIONAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION

E n e r gi z i n g t h e c o u n t r y s id e , e l e c t r i f y i n g t h e f u t u r e

THE ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT

ADMINISTRATOR EDITA S. BUENO
NEANEA-ECs Conference and Recognition Waterfront Insular Hotel, Davao City 26 April 2012

Flow of Presentation
Our Mandate: Total Electrification Program NEA in 2011 ECs in 2011 Closing Chapter - Categorization Classification New Chapter - Key Performance Standards Options for Ailing ECs Alternative Dispute Resolution Approach Policies & Directions for 2012 Challenges Corporate Performance Commitments

OUR MANDATE: TOTAL ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM

Sitio Electrification Program: An Update Total Energized Sitio – 2.148 1.520 Funded by 2011 subsidy fund 433 Funded by spill funds .953 – Funded by NEA subsidy 195 – Funded by other sources 1.

Jaguimitan.410 sitios P814. Brgy. 2011) Last Energized Sitio (December 28. 2011) . . TARGET BUDGET TIMELINE : : : 1.The Test Run in 90 days . Sagnay. Patitinan.411 M 90 days (October to December 2011) SEPTEMBER 22 SEPTEMBER 28 1. Nasipit Agusan del Norte Sitio Garang.520 110 Sitio Campo. Camarines Sur RELEASE OF FUND BY DBM START OF DOWNLOADING OF 50% PROJECT COST TO ECs BY NEA ACTUAL ENERGIZED SITIOS (Using the same Approved Budget) ADDITIONAL SITIOS ENERGIZED First Energized Sitio (October 10. . Brgy.

Jaguimitan. Nasipit. Brgy. Agusan del Norte First Energized Sitio among the 1.Sitio Campo.520 P-Noy’s Project .

014 kWh meters connected 60.000 initial bulbs installed 1.90Story Behind the 90-day Implementation 96 ECs participated 2.600 technical people n e a .709 poles erected 977 KVA transformers installed 30. of lines constructed 20.729 kms.520 crews of 5 members deployed or a total workforce of 7.

initial of 20 households Nearest to Tapping Point 3 to 4 kilometers from the nearest tapping post .Paradigm defined in Project Implementation Completion vs Energization Completion – infrastructure in place (distribution system) Energization – light in households/community already switched on.

Tapping of Task Force Kapatid for the purpose. and possibly final inspection & close out of projects. Assistance from Regional Associations in the accreditation of technical evaluators. RESULT: CREATION OF A FORMAL INDUSTRY WITHIN THE ECs n e a . inventory & training of linemen and electricians. regional procurement of equipment & materials.The Role of ECs & Regional Associations Proper planning of ECs for final & complete list of sitios for implementation until 2015.

proper coordination with barangay officials to secure all requirements • Parallel pre-membership activities. membership application & assistance to potential consumers • Review & issuance of updated price index periodically .Strategies Formulated into Policies to Facilitate Implementation • Inclusion of housewiring cost for the first 20 to 30 marginalized households amounting to P2.500 each • MOA between EC and LGU to ease compliance requirements such as permits. taxes & others.

2011 166th Consumer Connection CAGELCO II .The 9 Millionth Consumer Connection Mrs. Shella Marie Agbayani Barangay Visitacion. Energized: May 10. Cagayan Visitacion. Santa Ana.

NEA IN 2011 .

Financial Performance .

CORPORATE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 .

LOAN FACILITATED A total of P1.395 billion was released as loans to electric cooperatives under the following windows: Short-Term Credit Facility (STCF)/ Stand-by Credit Facility (SCF) Capital Projects Calamity RE Single Digit System Loss RE Working Capital Special Retirement Power Arrearages 464 M (Average) 42 484 186 218 1 TOTAL 1.395 B .

248 135.253 .LOAN FACILITATED Co-Financing with LGU-GC CoLGUECs SURNECO BUSECO FIBECO MORESCO II SOCOTECO II AURELCO TOTAL AMOUNT (PM) 85.303 135.877 133.000 904.437 56.901 142.

3 M AMOUNT NEA DBP 3 ECs are with on-going process for onapproval amounting to P297.LOAN FACILITATED Co-Financing with DBP CoECs ZAMSURECO II P 12 M P 23.723 million .

00B 105% COLLECTIONS WERE FROM PSALM.16B P6.90B 100% 2010 P6.06B P4.90B 97% 2009 P5. ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES AND OTHER LOAN PAYORS .70B P7.95B P6.COLLECTION EFFICIENCY YEAR AMORTIZATION DUE ACTUAL COLLECTION COLLECTION EFFICIENCY 2007 P5.89B P5.08B 102% 2008 P5.06B 98% 2011 P6.

833.534.260.464.002.797.963.217.58 1.570.902.003.138.COLLECTION EFFICIENCY POWER SOURCE TARGET (P’000) ACTUAL COLLECTION (P’000) COLL EFF (%) ECs PSALM TOTAL 4.259.094.12 98 123 105 .136.58 4.93 7.19 2.795.700.00 6.785.

A I NEECO II.Collection Efficiency 56 ECs in Advance LUELCO PANELCO III BENECO IFELCO CAGELCO I CAGELCO II PELCO PRESCO NEECO I NEECI II.A2 TARELCO I BATELEC I BATELEC II QUEZELCO I ORMECO TIELCO MASELCO ANTECO CAPELCO GUIMELCO ILECO I ILECO II ILECO III BOHECO II CEBECO I CEBECO II CELCO NORECO I PROSIELCO BILECO LEYECO III LEYECO V SAMELCO I SAMELCO II SOLECO ZAMSURECO I DANECO DASURECO DORECO COTELCO SOCOTECO I SOCOTECO II FIBECO BUSECO CAMELCO MORESCO I MORESCO II SIARELCO ISELCI II AURELCO PENELCO SUKELCO ASELCO DIELCO SURNECO .

Collection Efficiency 41 ECs with Current Account INEC CENPELCO KAELCO ZAMECO II BISELCO QUEZELCO II ROMELCO CASURECO I TISELCO AKELCO CENECO ESAMELCO LEYECO I LEYECO IV MOELCI I MAGELCO SULECO CASURECO II BATANELCO FLECO CASURECO IV VRESCO ZAMCELCO ANECO ISELCO I PELCO II ZAMECO I LUBELCO MARELCO OMECO CANORECO FICELCO SORECO I BANELCO BOHECO I CEBECO III ZAMSURECO II SURSECO I SURSECO II ZANECO LANECO .

COLLECTION EFFICIENCY 11 ECs in Arrears ABRECO QUIRELCO PELCO III ALECO CASURECO III SORECO II NORSAMELCO BASELCO CASELCO LASURECO TAWELCO .

67B from 2004 to 2011.557 18.905 55.911 .830 132.711 86.DEBT SERVICING Foreign loan amortizations due paid in full for 7 straight years.557 18.872 53.455M 133.930 15.834 13.060 42.930 15.625 0.060 63.688 86.698 585.355 539.343 46.769 13.142 2015 2012 2014 (VECO) 44.175 13.391 25.296M 80. NEA unburdened the National Government from advancing payments to foreign obligations amounting to P8.872 53.374 57.147 4.977 0.659 PAID PAID PAID PAID 1.521 61. CREDITORS LOAN MATURITY TOTAL LOAN AVAILED (in $M) TOTAL AMT PAID (in $M) B ALANCE (in $M) USAID IBRD OECF OPEC EDC CHASE MANHATTAN ADB KFW MH/DENDRO LOANS CONDUIT: MERALCO/VECO TOTAL 2017 2012 2014 S 77.

.RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP One of the first batch of GOCCs and GFIs to pay corporate dividends. For 2011.81 million as taxes.97 million was remitted to Department of Finance as dividends and total amount of P51.72 million as taxes to the Bureau of Internal Revenue.85 million. NEA paid from 2007 to 2011 a total amount of P282.04 million as dividends and P117. a total amount of P65. of which P165. In sum.

NEA as COA AUDIT COMPLIANT NEA was conferred by COA with Unqualified Audit Opinion for 4 consecutive years .

INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE .

58 2011 983 42.041 48. 2009 1.20 2010 1.60 REGULAR LANE SERVICE .122 68.DOCUMENTS TRACKING FAST LANE SERVICE Status Total Documents Received Average Response Time (Hrs) Matters for action from Category A+ ECs and public offices shall be responded to within 24 to 72 hours upon receipt.49 Matters for action from other sources shall be responded to within 7 days or 168 hours upon receipt. Status Total Documents Received Average Response Time (Hrs) 2010 914 2011 895 165.

305 on various FIT competency programs.COMPETENCY PROGRAM In NEA.465 workforce. total number of graduates is 3. Each employee attended an average of 3 seminars • For ECs. NEA plans to offer more training programs for the officials. management and staff of ECs . there is a total of 815 officials and employees who graduated from Certification & Competency Programs. Representing 15% of the total 22.

INSTITUTIONAL FACTS & UPDATES Total Members of Board of Directors Total Number of Elections Conducted Number of Districts Total Number of Regular GMs OICs in Process With Performance Management Contract 889 84 291 74 25 6 .

TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE .

JICA-assisted Projects System Loss Reduction Program Voltage Upgrading of Distribution Line Distribution Analysis Computer Software Impact Study on CAPEX Requirements of ECs Facilitation of Sitio Electrification Program .

AUDIT & LEGAL .

R.B. RIVERA & CO. AQUINO TOLOMEO D. DAPAT & CO. FABIA & CO. RIDAD & ASSOCIATES BAHICAS.AUDIT 28 NEA-Accredited External Auditors for ECs CARLOS J. CABILIN. LUIS BONGUYAN & CO. MACHICA ACCOUNTING FIRM R. • KPMG LAYA MANANGHAYA & CO. ABLOG. SUNER & ASSOCIATES • EULALIO J. CPAs ISLA LIPANA & CO.P ACYATAN & CO. VELUZ ACCOUNTING FIRM DIAZ. SAYSON & ASSOCIATES. CAHAMBING CMC & Co. CPAs SDD & COMPANY M. FUENTESFINA & CO. VANGUARDIA AUDITING FIRM • A. CPAs MELCHOR T. ALBA. LAMBOSO & CO.. SALES.. VALDEZ & ASSOCIATES PUNONGBAYAN & ARAULLO ODSINADA. MANABAT SAN AGUSTIN CELSO M. MURILLO DALUPAN C. MINERVA & CO.F.A. LIGUATAN & CO.. R. • • • • • • • • • • • • FUA. ATTY. MIRAVITE & ACCOCIATES A. PONCE & ASSOCIATES QUILAB. BATO & CO.M. ROMEO & CO. SR. CPAs • • • • • • • • • • • • • . ISMAEL. FRANCISCO A. NEPOMUCENO.

31 ECs were audited by NEA ZANECO MOELCI I ALECO DANECO BATANELCO ZAMECO II FLECO ZAMECO I BATELEC I VRESCO PELCO II TARELCO I BASELCO SULECO FICELCO MASELCO ESAMELCO NORSAMELCO SAMELCO I SAMELCO II CANORECO CASURECO III LUBELCO OMECO – Systems Audit MAGELCO LEYECO II DORELCO OMECO CASURECO I TISELCO ALECO – Special Audit .AUDIT In 2011.

Sr.LEGAL CASES DISMISSED & RESOLVED IN FAVOR OF NEA IN 2011 1. Bueno. CPL-C 06-2249. Office of the Ombudsman. 2435. SAMELCO II. Civil Case No. Laoag City 2. et al vs NEA. 15141-15. Calbayog City . et al. Quezon City 3. Civil Case No. NEA. Marynette R Gamboa. et al. Narcisa Hills Development Corp vs NPC. Conrado Cucio vs NEECO I. Civil Case No. Gapan City 4. vs Edita S. Nilo Baculo. RTC Branch 15. 831. RTC Branch 34. RTC Branch 31.

Bueno. Manila .LEGAL CASES DISMISSED & RESOLVED IN FAVOR OF NEA IN 2011 5. Number 167807. Court of Appeals. OMB-C-A09-0060. Q. Darab Case No. 16361. Manolito Agra. Quezon City 7. en banc. et al. Quezon City 6. CA-GR Number 108553.R. Manila (Re: Claims of NEA former employees) with entry of judgement. Darab. NEA vs Romano Arandia. Hadji Ahmad Lao vs Edita S. et al. et al vs COA. Office of the Ombudsman. 8. Criminal Case for neglect of duty. Amor Abdon vs NEA. et al. Supreme Court.

ECs in 2011 n e a .

35B P4.43B P12.556 95% LUZON 55 4.24B P10.07B P28.961 22.17B 3.83B 12.83B 3.98B P32.251 M P100.073 98% 33 2. Kms.47B P63.54B P13.28B P10.602M P52.24B P50.99B P15.843 120.125 95% VISAYAS MINDANAO 31 2.244 93.89B P11.41B P17.041 763 5.378 74.465 287.265M P22.95B P34.950 2. Of Line Kms.69B P17.364 11.45B P3.076 1.83B 6.72B P3.92B P6.37B P8.2011 ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES FACT SHEET PERFORMANCE INDICATORS NATIONAL 119 9.53B P2.834 834 5. Collection Collection Efficiency Excluding ABRECO & SORECO II which did not submit their operations data .384M P24.358 92% Operational ECs Consumers Served Gross Revenue Total Releases Loan Condoned Residual Subsidy/Grant Sales (GWH) Peak Load (MW) Total Workforce Total Circ.55B P5.

Revenue/EC/Month Ave Cost for Barangay Line Enhancement Ave. Ave.663 2.184 38 9. Kms.5M P1M P6K-8K 8.914 2.403 83. Monthly KWH Consumption/ Connection Ave. Cost per Connection Ave. System Loss Ave.570 76.07 P5.24% 159 .00 P7.666 111 11.76 P6.829 24 9.271 108 11.389 32 8.87% 192 P84M P1.5M P1M P6K-8K 8.19% 173 P59M P1.416 32 9. Ave.836 77.796 143 12.5M P1M P6K-8K 6.5M P1M P6K -8K 7.72 P7.737 2.015 68. Conns/Circ.98% 223 P67M P1.2011 AVERAGES PERFORMANCE INDICATORS NATIONAL LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO Ave. Connection/EC Ave. Investment/Consumer Ave.634 2. System Rate (P/KWH) Ave. MWH Sales /EC/Month Ave.333 118 11. Of Line Constructed/EC Kms. of Employee/EC P72M P1. No. Km of Line Conns/Circ. Cost to Energize a Sitio Ave.

STATUS OF ECs FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MAJOR ISLAND LUZON VISAYAS MINDANAO TOTAL NET MARGIN 43 29 25 97 NET LOSS 11 2 8 21 .

ECs STATUS OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS REGION NET MARGIN NET LOSS REGION NET MARGIN NET LOSS REGION NET MARGIN NET LOSS I II CAR III IVA IVB V LUZON 6 6 4 13 4 5 5 43 1 0 1 1 3 5 11 VI VII VIII 9 10 10 1 1 IX X XI XII ARMM CARAGA 2 8 3 4 1 7 25 97 2 6 VISAYAS 29 2 MINDANAO 8 21 TOTAL .

2011 SYSTEMS LOSS STATUS STATUS SINGLE DIGIT DOUBLE DIGIT BUT WITHIN 13% CAP ABOVE 13% TOTAL NUMBER OF ECs 28 48 42 118 % TO TOTAL 24 41 35 100 .

SYSTEMS LOSS
I N P E R C E N T

CAP

IMPROVEMENT IN SINGLE DIGIT SYSTEM LOSS
N U M B E R O F E C s

28 SINGLE DIGIT SYSTEMS LOSS
LUZON – 12 ECs BATANELCO BENECO AURELCO TARELCO I TARELCO II PRESCO PELCO I PENELCO NEECO II- A I ORMECO TIELCO CANORECO 7.18% 9.82% 9.71% 7.55% 8.05% 9.83% 8.80% 8.96% 9.03% 9.75% 9.45% 9.96% VISAYAS – 10 ECs AKELCO ANTECO ILECO I CEBECO I CEBECO II 9.63% 9.64% 9.60% 8.81% 7.73% MINDANAO – 6 ECs MORESCO I DASURECO SIASELCO DIELCO SIARELCO SURNECO 6.66% 7.74% 8.17% 5.26% 8.93% 9.56%

CEBECO III
CELCO BANELCO BOHECO I LEYECO II

5.96%
9.80% 8.60% 7.03% 9.89%

Lowest In Mainland Lowest in SPUG

23 10.37 12.88 12.71 12.48 10.77 12.45 11.74 11.55 11.90 10.28 12.26 11.21 12.78 12.00 SOCOTECO II MORESCO II NOCECO BOHECO II ISECO SORECO I SURSECO I .13 12.27 10.26 12.26 12.87 12.50 11.83 12.65 12.20 11.95 12.46 10.00 13.78 11.84 11.79 ECs CAPELCO LANECO SUKELCO PALECO ANECO BATELEC I NORECO I INEC LUELCO CENECO ILECO II ILECO III % 11.37 11.43 10.73 12.48 10.04 12.64 11.74 11.00 13.82 11.45 11.50 ECs QUEZELCO II SAMELCO I ZANECO GUIMELCO BILECO ZAMECO II LEYECO V CAMELCO PELCO II ROMELCO LEYECO III MOELCI I % 12.10 12.50 10.57 10.99 13.10 ECs BISELCO SOCOTECO I SURSECO II NEECO II AI MOPRECO FIBECO LUBELCO BUSECO LEYECO IV % 11.99 11.48 ECs WITH DOUBLE DIGIT SYSTEMS LOSS WITHIN THE 13% CAP ECs BATELEC II MOELCI II CAGELCO I PROSIELCO DORECO SAJELCO ASELCO ZAMSURECO I % 10.73 10.

48 19.57 13.36 41.28 17.65 13.97 13.42 ECs WITH DOUBLE DIGIT SYSTEMS LOSS ABOVE THE 13% CAP ECs NEECO I VRESCO ISELCO I FICELCO SOLECO CAGELCO II FLECO SAMELCO II ZAMECO I KAELCO CENPELCO % 13.23 16.53 13.97 18.69 ZAMSURECO II 22.99 26.88 ECS CASURECO II ESAMELCO PANELCO III QUEZELCO I MASELCO LASURECO PELCO III MARELCO TISELCO NORECO II CASURECO I % 17.07 .00 15.51 17.98 ECs` COTELCO DANECO OMECO LEYECO I IFELCO NUVELCO CASURECO IV PANELCO I QUIRELCO ISELCO II ZANECO % 13.01 18.99 14.34 15.37 16.55 39.99 22.77 13.56 16.91 13.07 22.02 16.69 19.94 16.08 42.77 17.75 ECs CASURECO III NORSAMELCO ALECO TAWELCO BASELCO CASELCO MAGELCO SULECO % 22.63 13.41 22.64 13.03 18.70 16.10 18.34 13.32 15.92 13.34 17.

PROFILE OF ECs PEAK LOADS LEVEL Over 100 MW 80 to 99 MW 50 to 79 MW 30 to 49 MW 15 to 29 MW Below 15 MW TOTAL NUMBER OF ECs 3 1 10 24 31 43 112 AVERAGE PEAK LOAD PER EC .25 MW .

1 EC TOTAL – 10 ECs 76 69 65 63 58 54 54 52 51 50 .ECs WITH 50 MW & ABOVE PEAK LOAD Over 100 MW BATELEC II CENECO SOCOTECO II 140 121 112 80TO 99 MW 80 TO ZAMCELCO 100 50 TO 79 MW DANECO PELCO II BENECO ALECO PENELCO PANELCO III CENPELCO ANECO ISELCO I BATELEC I TOTAL – 3 ECs TOTAL.

ECs WITH 30 TO 49 MW PEAK LOAD CEBECO II CEBECO III CASURECO II NORECO II AKELCO LEYECO II INEC 46 46 45 44 43 40 39 37 ISECO CAGELCO I ILECO I SOCOTECO I DASURECO VRESCO ZAMSURECO I 37 36 35 35 35 34 33 33 ZANECO COTELCO CAPELCO LASURECO TARLAC I CEBECO I TARLAC II LUELCO 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 NOCECO PELCO I 30 TOTAL -24 ECs .

ECs WITH 16 TO 29 MW PEAK LOAD ISELCO II PELCO III LEYECO V ORMECO FIBECO QUEZELCO I SURNECO NEECO II-A1 NEECO II-A II MOELCO II BOHECO II ILECO II 29 29 29 29 28 28 27 27 27 26 25 24 CAGELCO II MORESCO I ASELCO SUKELCO NEECO I NUVELCO PALECO ZAMSURECO II CANORECO ZAMECO II MORESCO II DORECO 24 24 24 23 23 22 22 21 21 21 21 17 TOTAL 30 ECs OMECO BOHECO II ANTECO PANELCO I CASURECO III SOLECO 17 17 16 16 16 16 .

89 0.56 TOTAL – 42 ECs .ECs WITH 15 & BELOW MW PEAK LOAD SOLECO ZAMECO I FLECO ILECO III SAJELCO LANECO SURSECO II ESAMELCO NORECO I NORSAMELCO LEYECO IV LEYECO I MASELCO 15 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 CASURECO I SAMELCO II SAMELCO I SURSECO I CASURECO IV MARELCO SORECO I BASELCO SULECO GUIMELCO LEYECO III PRESCO QUIRELCO 11 11 11 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 BILECO KAELCO AURELCO QUEZELCO II MOPRECO CAMELCO PROSIELCO ROMELCO SIARELCO BISELCO IFELCO DIELCO CELCO 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 BATANELCO 1 LUBELCO SISELCO 0.

945 10.934 0.ECs Power Accounts (As of December 2011) POWER SUPPLIERS NUMBER OF ECs TOTAL OVERDUE (P Billion) PSALM NPCNPC-SPUG IPPs TOTAL 12 8 5 25 6.184 2.063 .

100 MW 2.500 MW ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ROMELCO ORMECO BOHECO I .900 MW 2.MINICOMMISSIONED MINI-HYDRO PROJECTS by ECs from 2004 to 2011 MINI-HYDRO PROJECTS Cantingas Lower Cascade Linao Cawayan Sevilla INSTALLED CAPACITY (IN MW) 0.

CONSORTIUM (Existing & In Process) PSAG .AMRECO REGION VI ECs REGION II ECs REGION VIII ECs .

CLOSING CHAPTER ANNUAL CATEGORIZATION ANNUAL CLASSIFICATION .

CATEGORIZATION IN 30 YEARS n e a .

EXCELLENT PERFORMING ECs BASED ON CATEGORIZATION FOR THE PAST 30 YEARS No. of ECs n e a .

Consistent Category A+ and A ECs 22 to 30 years MORESCO I DASURECO CEBECO I CEBECO II CEBECO III BOHECO I LEYECO IV Diamond Awardees are in bold n e a INEC CAPELCO ILECO I BANELCO SURSECO I ORMECO PROSIELCO .

MOST IMPROVED REGION REGION III .

of ECs n e a .MEGA & EXTRA LARGE ECs BASED ON CLASSIFICATION FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS No.

COLOR CODING SCHEME .

CRITERIA MEASURES 1. EC’s Point Score in the Categorization 2. malversation of funds) 10 5 0 SCORE 70 10 . cash advances. Audit Findings No adverse findings and major procedural lapses With procedural lapses and/or minor findings With adverse findings (either on procurement. employees and official’s benefit.

Institutional Strength Demerit Points: Board .CRITERIA MEASURES 3.Management Problem/s GM . EC Financial Operating Results EC with Net Margin EC with Net Loss TOTAL SCORE 10 3 3 2 2 10 10 0 100 .Employee Relationship Problem/s Non-conduct of AGMA Non-conduct of District Election 4.

COLOR CODING CODE 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 GREEN YELLOW RED 58 36 25 45 45 20 50 40 12 62 29 9 64 29 13 70 26 10 64 32 10 n e a .

REGION I INEC ISECO LUELCO CENPELCO GREEN GREEN GREEN YELLOW .

REGION II BATANELCO CAGELCO I CAGELCO II ISELCO I YELLOW GREEN GREEN YELLOW .

CAR BENECO IFELCO KAELCO MOPRECO GREEN YELLOW YELLOW GREEN .

REGION III AURELCO TARELCO I TARELCO II NEECO I NEECO II A1 NEECO II A2 PRESCO PELCO I PELCO II PELCO III PENELCO ZAMECO I ZAMECO II GREEN GREEN GREEN YELLOW GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN YELLOW RED GREEN YELLOW GREEN .

REGION IV A FLECO BATELEC I BATELEC II QUEZELCO I QUEZELCO II YELLOW GREEN GREEN YELLOW YELLOW .

REGION IV B LUBELCO OMECO ORMECO MARELCO TIELCO ROMELCO BISELCO YELLOW YELLOW GREEN YELLOW GREEN YELLOW YELLOW .

REGION V CANORECO CASURECO I CASURECO II CASURECO IV SORECO I FICELCO MASELCO TISELCO YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW GREEN RED RED .

REGION VI AKELCO ANTECO CAPELCO ILECO I ILECO II ILECO III GUIMELCO VRESCO CENECO GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN YELLOW YELLOW .

REGION VII NORECO I BANELCO CEBECO I CEBECO II CEBECO III PROSIELCO CELCO BOHECO I BOHECO II GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN .

REGION VIII LEYECO I LEYECO II LEYECO III LEYECO IV LEYECO V SOLECO BILECO NORSAMELCO SAMELCO I SAMELCO II ESAMELCO YELLOW GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN RED YELLOW GREEN YELLOW .

REGION IX ZANECO ZAMSURECO I ZAMSURECO II ZAMCELCO YELLOW GREEN RED YELLOW .

REGION X MOELCI I MOELCI II MORESCO I MORESCO II FIBECO BUSECO CAMELCO LANECO YELLOW GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN YELLOW .

REGION XI DANECO DASURECO DORECO YELLOW GREEN GREEN .

REGION XII COTELCO SOCOTECO I SOCOTECO II SUKELCO GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN .

ARMM TAWELCO SIASELCO SULECO BASELCO LASURECO MAGELCO RED YELLOW RED RED RED RED .

CARAGA ANECO ASELCO SURNECO SIARELCO DIELCO SURSECO I SURSECO II GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN GREEN .

MAJOR AWARDS/AWARDEES n e a .

OF AWARDS 1 6 6 5 1 56 22 3 MAJOR AWARDS HALL OF FAME. OF ECS 1 6 6 4 1 26 20 3 NO.MAJOR AWARDS (1985 TO 2011) MAJOR AWARDS MEGA DIAMOND GRAND DIAMOND DIAMOND GRAND HALL OF FAME HALL OF FAMEEMMANUEL PELAEZ EMMANUEL PELAEZ ADMINISTRATOR RE MILESTONE NO. OF AWARDS 7 8 5 118 3 46 49 TOTAL 186 n 336 e a .MOST OUTSTANDING EC HALL OF FAME – OUTSTANDING EC OUTSTANDING EC – PHILIPPINES OUTSTANDING EC BEST EC – PHILIPPINES BEST EC EC OF THE YEAR NO. OF ECS 7 8 5 42 3 28 26 NO.

Top Awardees ECs BOHECO I CEBECO III MORESCO I CEBECO I CEBECO II ILECO I NO. OF AWARDS 66 63 59 58 . OF AWARDS 106 101 82 79 75 67 n e a ECs PENELCO DASURECO INEC BANELCO NO.

NEW CHAPTER Key Performance Standards Options for Ailing Ecs Alternative Dispute Resolution Approach .

POLICIES & DIRECTIONS .

GM. Management Staff & Employees through Competency Programs A stronger push for more Membership Participation & Transparency in Operations Partnership with Civil Society Organizations through Program Awareness Campaign and full support .ECs as Competitive Power Industry Players Further Strengthening of EC Board of Directors.

CHALLENGES .

Sitio and Barangay Line Enhancement Programs as Centerpiece of NEA & ECs .

Creation of the Accelerated Total Electrification Office (ATEO) to oversee the full implementation of these programs PROGRAM DIRECTOR PROGRAM CONTROL CENTER PROJECT OFFICE FOR LUZON PROJECT OFFICE FOR VISAYAS PROJECT OFFICE FOR MINDANAO Directly under the supervision of the Deputy Administrator for Electric Distribution Utilities .

851 B 33. PROJECT COST (P) 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL 5.723 5.500 B 10.723 B .500 10. Energization of all sitios by 2015 YEAR SEP EST.SITIO ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAM A.729 B 10.643 B 6.851 33.643 6.729 10.

00 M 3. PROJECT COST (P) 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL 581 600 600 560 2.341 871.50 M . Completion by 2015 YEAR BLEP EST.BARANGAY LINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM B.00 M 840.511.50 M 900.00 M 900.

002 75 81 90 100 SEP 2011 Potential Energized (2011) Unenergized .8M 10M 10.113.79.16M .500 10.000 300.279 (70%) .000 300.12.922 91.643 6.000 200.287 .151 113.851 33.9.723 84.723 Connection 2011 Potential Actual Difference .250M (76%) .002 .000 1.3M % Potential 78 81 82 85 Target 2012 2013 2014 2015 TOTAL Running Total 5.33.050.729 10.2.422 102.909.000 Running Total 9.5M 9.ENERGIZATION MILESTONES SEP YEAR HH Connection % Potential Target 250.

GOVERNANCE: AN ISSUE

No deferment of elections Audit results Procurement policy Hiring & selection of new & technology driven workforce; Succession Planning More responsible & knowledgeable Board Member-consumer focused program/ membership participation Managing politics
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Administrative Cases filed with NEA against EC General Managers/Boards of Directors. NEA Board Decision: Suspension Dismissal
NUMBER OF ADMINISTRATIVE CASES NUMBER OF ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES

20 10

Cases Filed: Grave Misconduct, Gross Neglect of Duty, Malfeasance,Crime involving Moral Turpitude, Gross Mismanagement and Nepotism.
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Understanding the Electric Utility Business.Course on Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD) NEA & NRECA International Ltd. Board Roles and Relationships.& 16 Yellow. entered into MOU on Governance Training and Capacity Building for EC BODs in 16 schools until 2015 Target Participants: 80 Green. Financial Decision Making & Implementing Effective Governance in ECs n e a . Strategic Planning.rated ECs Modules: Director Duties and Liabilities.

OTHER MAJOR CHALLENGES Open Access & Retail Competition in September Long-Term Bilateral Power Supply Contracts Civil Society Organization (CSO) Participation Member-Consumers Participation 2013 Elections .

CORPORATE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENTS 2011 ACCOMPLISHMENTS 2012 TARGETS .

33% in 2010 Category A+ & A ECs 80 82 Consumer Connections 320. of ECs with Positive Financial Operation 96 88 from 93 (2010) .87% 12.953 Reduction of Ave Sys Loss from 12% 11.2011 Corporate Performance Commitment PERFORMANCE MEASURES TARGET ACTUAL I.402 Increase No. STAKEHOLDERS’ PERSPECTIVE Sitio Energization 1.500 1.000 391.

2011 Corporate Performance Commitment PERFORMANCE MEASURES Amount of Loan Facilitated Collection Efficiency Profitability Debt Servicing TARGET ACTUAL II. FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE P1B 98% Positive 100% P 1.395 B 100% Positive 100% .

49 165. INTERNAL PROCESS PERSPECTIVE Average Response Time in Hours Fast Lane Documents Regular Lane Documents 48 168 42.60 .2011 Corporate Performance Commitment PERFORMANCE MEASURES TARGET ACTUAL III.

305 .2011 Corporate Performance Commitment PERFORMANCE MEASURES Employees Average Performance Rating TARGET ACTUAL IV. LEARNING & GROWTH 94% 94% Number of Officials/Employees from Certification/ Competency Programs NEA ECs 488 2.400 815 3.

Collection Efficiency 8. Profitability 9.2012 Corporate Performance Commitments PERFORMANCE MEASURES I. Sitio Energization 2.000 90 TARGETS . FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE 6.75 400.241 391 11.3 B 98 % Positive 100 4. Debt Servicing P 1. Barangay Line Enhancement 3. Number of NEA-Supervised Ecs with Positive Financial Operation II . Consumer Connections 5. STAKEHOLDERS’ PERSPECTIVE 1. Amounts of Loans Facilitated 7. Reduction of National Average System Loss 4.

LEARNING AND GROWTH PERSPECTIVE 11. Number of officials/employees graduated from Certification/Competency Programs a. Average Performance Rating of Employees 12. Average Response Time on Documents Received a.000 94% 42 hrs. 160 hrs.2012 Corporate Performance Commitments PERFORMANCE MEASURES III. TARGETS . Regular Lane Documents IV. INTERNAL PROCESS PROSPECTIVE 10. Fast Lane Documents b. ECs 335 3. NEA b.

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