• The NOCECO

    The NEGROS OCCIDENTAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE (NOCECO) was organized on February 25, 1978 by virtue of Presidential Decree 269 (PD 269). Its initial capital of P30.734M was loaned from the National Electrification Administration (NEA) . It covers 13 towns , 4 cities and 308 barangays in the southern part of Negros Occidental.

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The Founding of NOCECO

It was February 25, 1978 when one of Kabankalan most successful sons, Engr. Leonardo G. Coloso, NEA Administrator came to witness the momentous event of registration and incorporation of NOCECO. It was the beginning of the realization of the negrenses’ dream to have a cheap, dependable and stable electric service. 

Administrator Coloso said that Kabankalan would be energized in a matter of time, yet he said, that as a temporary measure, he would send a generating set, to light Kabankalan. The first energization came on January 12, 1979. Thus, a promised was fulfilled.

NOCECO for its area coverage, would have Pulupandan, San Enrique, Valladolid, Pontevedra, La Castellana, Moises Padilla, Isabela, Hinigaran, Binalbagan, Himamaylan, Kabankalan, Ilog, Candoni, Cauyan, Sipalay, Hinoba-an and La Carlota City.


The son of Kabankalan who brought light this part of Negros

Upon the organization of the Electrification Administration (EA) on October 1, 1962, the Agency had a total 142 personnel. As the EA grew in clientele among electric utilities, it needed more personnel, until it had 241 employees in 1965. Among the pioneers in rural electrification was Leonardo G. Coloso, who would continue his employment to the new Agency, the National Electrification Administratio (NEA) and would later be at the helm of the rural electrification program as Administrator.

“Narding” Coloso was born in Kabankalan, Negros Occidental. His career in government spanned 27 years, starting as Engineering Assistant in the Bureau of Public Works now DPWH, Administration of Bacolod City Waterworks, and later as Deputy Administrator for Administration and Finance of EA and capping his government service as Administrator of NEA in 1978-1979.

Academically trained as Civil Engineer with a degree from Mapua Institute of Technology, Coloso was further honed in power industry with special studies he attended on power development, rural electrification, cooperatives organization and management at organizations, agencies and universities in the United States.



Para sa tanan nga miembro kag manug-pamiembro sa NOCECO:

Ang BIR ukon Bureau of Internal Revenue ang sa karon nagamando sa NOCECO nga para mapadayon ang “Tax Exemption ”, dapat ang tanan nga miembro ukon manug pamiembro pa lang...

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Para sa tanan nga miembro kag manug-pamiembro sa NOCECO:

Ang BIR ukon Bureau of Internal Revenue ang sa karon nagamando sa NOCECO nga para mapadayon ang “Tax Exemption”, dapat ang tanan nga miembro ukon manug pamiembro pa lang ang dapat magsumiter sang “Tax Identification Number” ukon TIN.

Sa mga miembro nga wala pa sang TIN kag sa mga bag o nga mga aplikante sa pagpatakod sang suga, puede maka-apply kag maka-parehistro paagi sa NOCECO kag sila magdala lamang sang “Xerox Copy” sang isa sa mga masunod:

  1. SSS I.D
  2. Driver’s License
  3. Senior Citizen I.D
  4. Marriage Contract/Birth Certificate
  5. Postal I.D
  6. Company I.D
  7. Voter’s I.D

Ini dapat pagahimuon sa pinakamalapit nga talatapan sang NOCECO sa adlaw sang Lunes tubtob Biyernes kag sa kada “Due Dates”.

Guinapangabay guid ang kooperasyon sang tanan nga miembro-konsumidor sa sini nga hilikuton kay ang ini nga mando sang BIR nakasalalay ang pag-aprobar sang “Renewal” sang “Tax Exemption” sang Kooperatiba kag ang indi pagtuman sini makaapekto man sang pagtaas sang bili sa kuryente paagi sapag-dugang sang Value-Added Tax (VAT) sa Distribution, Supply and Metering (DSM) kag iban pa nga mga buwis.

Madamo guid nga salamat.

The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines' Load Dropping or Load Shedding

The Negros Occidental Electric Cooperative (NOCECO) expresses its earnest apologies to its member-costumers for the power outages these past few days in different parts of its coverage area. The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) had incurred Load Dropping or Load Shedding caused by...

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