The Energy Regulatory Commission has set the hearing on the application for the approval of the amended memorandum of agreement and its supplemental agreement between Central Negros Electric Cooperative and Energreen Power Development and Management Inc. at the CENECO main office at Gonzaga-Mabini streets, Bacolod City, 2 p.m. Wednesday.
The application docketed as ERC case no. 2014-123 was filed by CENECO with the Energy Regulatory Board Saturday, a press release from Energreen said.
The public is encouraged to attend the public consultation.
‘Leather Rocks’ at trade fair
The new “Leather Rocks” collection of Manon Hernaez, owner and designer of Marayo fashion accessories, will be brought to 29th Negros Trade Fair at the Glorietta Activity Center in Makati City, Sept. 24 to 28.
Hernaez who was challenged by the theme of the 29th Negros Trade Fair, “Smiles Beyond Borders”, ordered shells from village cooperatives and backyard pickers hit by super typhoon Yolanda in Cebu, a press release from the Association of Negros Producers said.
She used to reserve shell jewelry for her foreign clients, but because of the disasters, she has increased her orders for her local clientele. The shells will be incorporated in Sea Jewels, a collection of necklaces and bracelets.
Neg. Occ. ships out fruits, too
The Province of Negros Occidental shipped out 1,261 metric tons of fruits to the provinces of IloIlo, Cebu, Davao and Metro Manila in the third quarter of this year, Provincial Plant Quarantine Officer John Calumpiano said.
He said the biggest volume was recorded this month with 497 metric tons. Leading fruits being shipped out were mango with at 500 metric tons , banana at 308 metric tons and jackfruit 240 metric tons, data showed. Fruits with the least volumes in shipping out were papaya at 2.9 metric tons and coffee .96 ton.
Calumpiano said the province is also sending out other fruits such as avocado, chico, durian, mangosteen,lanzones, pineapple, and rambutan and santol. *MNM