The Central Negros Electric Cooperative said it is holding a public bidding for its power supply requirement to reduce generation cost.
Jose Taniongon, Ceneco general manager, in his reply-letter to consumers’ group Power Watch Negros dated July 27, said the electric cooperative is currently implementing the competitive selection process to replace its previous method of negotiation.
Groups get P1.8-M in farm inputs
The Office of the Provincial Agriculturist yesterday turned over farm inputs, worth P1.8 million, to farmer-associations for a climate-smart agriculture project.
Governor Eugenio Jose Lacson and Provincial Agriculturist Japhet Masculino led the turnover rites at the Provincial Capitol in Bacolod City.
The climate-smart agriculture project aims to strengthen the adaptive capacity and increase crop production and income of farmers in the province while adjusting and mitigating the impacts of climate change through different components - vegetable seeds, organic fertilizers, capability training, and rainwater harvesting technology.