BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA
The Central Negros Electric Cooperative yesterday announced the suspension anew of its disconnection services until September 30, with Bacolod City placed on modified enhanced community quarantine.
In an advisory, the power utility firm said there will be no disconnection until the end of the month, and their main office in Bacolod will be open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., to accept bills payment.
Ceneco also said that persons below 21 years old or those 60 years old and above, those with immunodeficiency, comorbidities or other health risks, and pregnant women will not be allowed in their office.
It reminded its consumers to keep track of their electricity usage following the MECQ status implemented in Bacolod from September 8 to 30, where residents are required to stay at home.
Consumers are encouraged to practice energy conservation while at home to avoid paying high electricity bills as experienced in the previous months.
Ceneco serves the cities of Bacolod, Bago, Talisay, and Silay, and the towns of Murcia and Salvador Benedicto.*