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    30-minute switching power interruptions on Nov. 3 and 4, 15-minute on Nov. 5 and 10

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    Davao Light Announcements

    30-minute switching power interruptions on Nov. 3 and 4

    Two 30-minute power interruptions will be experienced by customers in the southern area of Davao Light and Power Co. franchise, both from 4:30 a.m. to 5:00 a.m., on November 3 and 4.

    Communication Officer Ross Luga said that the scheduled outages are necessary to facilitate the line stringing of Davao Light’s new Davao Lines 1 and 2 affecting Matina, Ecoland, Bangkal, and Puan substations.

    To keep the power interruptions within the least possible time, loads connected to the said substations will be transferred to nearby substations which will take place on Nov. 3. Normalization or return of loads back to its normal set-up will be on the following day, Nov.4, after upgrading works will be completed.

    Customers affected by these scheduled service disruptions are those from Bankerohan Bridge up to Ulas Police station. This includes the entire areas of Matina, Maa, Ecoland, Bangkal, Catalunan Grande and Ulas.

    Also affected are those residing from Ulas to Talomo bridge of Bago Aplaya, Puan Park to Casas’ store of Libby Road and from Ulas to Angalan Tugbok.

    15-minute switching power interruptions on Nov. 5 and 10

    Customers in the southern part of Davao Light and Power Co. franchise will experience two 15-minute switching power interruptions on Nov. 5 and 10, from 7:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. and from 6:00 a.m. to 6:15 a.m., respectively.

    Communication Officer Ross Luga said that the scheduled outages are necessary to facilitate the Aboitiz Power’s connection of its Tudaya 2 Hydro power plant to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines’69 kV line affecting Davao Light’s Digos line.

    This will affect customers situated from Flying V Gas Station in Bago Aplaya and from Casas Store in Bago Gallera up to the entire Toril area.

    Also affected are some Davao City Water District’s pumping stations located in the above mentioned areas.

    Davao Light apologizes for the inconvenience of these scheduled power interruptions. But, it will exert all efforts to restore electric service as scheduled or earlier. However, there may be instances where restoration may extend beyond the schedule due to unavoidable circumstances.

    SOURCE: Davao Light and Power Company Official Facebook Page

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