Behind the simple and unassuming façade of Mabolo Elementary School on the corner of M.J. Cuenco and Juan Luna Avenues in Cebu City, is a community of teachers, students, and volunteers who eagerly prepare the school well in time for the opening of classes every year.
Kaibigan batches 17 and 18 of the Visayan Electric Company (VECO) banded together to distribute more than P20,000 worth of school supplies to 100 deserving incoming Grade 1 pupils of San Nicolas Elementary School in Cebu City last May 19.
Brigada Eskwela gives us a vivid example of the Filipino concept of unity. It gives us a picture that the spirit of volunteerism is still of great importance to most Filipinos, especially among those who hope to uplift and improve the country’s public school education.
Three batches of AboitizPower Distribution Utilities team leaders, together with corporate support unit heads and DU COOs as coaches, underwent a three-day Leadership Cascade to learn and practice Collaboration, Cooperation and Innovation.
In its commitment to continuously improve its distribution network to address the power needs of its customers, the Visayan Electric Company, Inc. (VECO) inaugurated on April 10 the upgraded Banilad Substation.
A grade six student at the Mabolo Elementary School (MES) in Cebu City, Roxanne Kwong’s desire for education burned even more fervently after VECO opened its innovative E-Learning Center at her school in February 2016.
Agila or GeoSmart is listed as one of the 29 solutions developed by Google Map partners. It was developed by Navagis in collaboration with AboitizPower to improve efficiency in managing inventories and to provide timely service to VECO and Davao Light customers.
Residential or commercial customers who have existing solar facilities that have a capacity of 100kw and below are eligible for enrollment in the Net Metering program, the first policy mechanism of the Renewable Energy Act of 2008, which has already been fully implemented.
The facility, which will rise on a 1,800-square-meter lot along the highway in San Fernando town, will provide an increase in capacity for loads in the southernmost part of the electric distribution utility’s franchise area.
Being a lineman must be a challenging role that demands focus and attention. But who said that linemen can’t have fun? The Rodeolympics empowers our team members and inspires continuous learning as we continue to serve customers the Aboitiz way.
We firmly believe that what is good for the community, big or small, is good for the planet, people and business. For us in the VECO engineering group, we are very privileged to impart our knowledge and skills for the benefit of the youngsters who are our future.
The linemen traveled by land and sea to Albay for hours, bringing heavy equipment to help restore distribution lines and erect damaged posts. Daryl Bonbon, head of the VECO Distribution Services Department, said that he would gladly volunteer to help again even if it meant being away from his family during Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
About 120 Visayan Electric Company (VECO) employees and their family members trooped last September 17 to the uplands of Cebu City to plant some 2,500 coffee seedlings under this year’s joint tree planting activity of Veco and the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP).
To further promote team member engagement and local community partners’ camaraderie, the members of Cebu City Police Office (CCPO) and Visayan Electric Company (VECO) team members competed in friendly basketball games.
AEV was awarded as one of the top 5 listed companies in the 4th Bell Awards by the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). As in the previous Bell Awards, an independent group was formed to evaluate the corporate governance practices of the listed companies and trading participants.