MORE Power's double celebration in ICON

Iloilo City, Philippines — The management of MORE Electric and Power Corporation organized a surprise recognition ceremony or 'pagpadungog' for its 51 acquired employees, who have been working with the previous distribution firm PECO as contractual employees last Wednesday, September 16 in Iloilo Convention Center. Most have worked for 7-18 years already yet was not given the job security.

Featured Photo of Engr. Filomeno C. Sonza, Senior Manager, Power Systems Planning and Design
now a regular employee of MORE after 6 months period.


After several years of uncertain employment, the 6-month old utility firm finally designated the dedicated workers an income security by hiring them as legitimate or as regular employees.




Featured Photo of Alain D. Abella, Meter Read Quality Control Associate worked as contractual employee for years in previous firm, now a regular employee of MORE after 6 months period.


The simple yet meaningful ceremony was joined by the company's officials such as Engr. Edwin Montemayor, Network Operations Head who gave a fun and interactive message for everyone; Ms. Cecilia Pe-Calunod, CCD Head; President & Chief Operating Officer Roel Z. Castro; other very important people; and city officials.


 Engr. Edwin Montemayor, Network Operations Head of MORE Power in ICC, Sep 16.



Voting 8-6, the Supreme Court on Sept 15, 2020, ruled in favor of MORE Power by declaring as constitutional Sections 10 and 17 of Republic Act No. 11212 which authorized MORE Power, an Enrique Razon-led firm to distribute electricity in Iloilo City.


Now that the firm was authorized by the Supreme Court, MORE Power continues to celebrate and promises the Ilonggo consumers for more upgrades and proactive handling of all possible concerns. 


It's just surprisingly 6 months since MORE Power took over and in a short period, it was able to fix multiple major problems. Just to mention, major issues like illegal connections, implemented cheaper electric rates and upgraded the whole state of Iloilo City.


Despite the massive volume of customers flocking to the office for mixed concerns, the company continues to work and provide knowledge and ways to make the life of consumers easy and convenient. 


Recently, MORE has launched efficient means for hassle-free payments, new applications, and other concerns through its website and Facebook to make transactions.



President and CEO of MORE Power Roel Z. Castro in ICC, Sep 16.



As of now, since the company is currently anticipating roughly 1200-1400 customers on a daily basis according to Mr. Roel Castro, they have opted for Hotel Del Rio as their temporary customer receiving office for applications and other matters to assure the mandated 1-meter physical distancing and other health protocols amidst of Covid-19 pandemic.


Constantly, the company is doing its best to give the best service it can for the people and society. 

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