Edgardo Caudia, Grade 5 teacher from Don Vicente Rama Elementary School in Basak, Cebu City, shows the new LED lights and wiring improvements carried out by VECO inside their classroom. The company repaired and upgraded the school’s electrical wiring system and installed a total of 1,000 LED lights in 100 classrooms. Aside from having safer learning facilities, the rewiring project also helped the school reduced electricity consumption by as much 16%. VECO has rewired a total of 57 schools and installed efficient lighting in the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, Talisay, Naga and the municipalities of San Fernando, Minglanilla, Consolacion and Liloan.
Meanwhile, Cotabato Light officially turned over its rewiring project to Pilot Provincial Science and Technology High School in Cotabato City. Rewiring was done by ARKIPOWERLINE Construction Services, repaired and replaced the school’s old electrical wiring to help prevent fire incidents. In photo are school officials and representatives from DepEd, local government, and Cotabato Light team members Michelle Pavillar-Prudente, Arlene Valdez-Hepiga, and Engr. Frederick Carlon. Cotabato Light is lining up similar projects with special focus on general safety and education.