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First Laguna Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Status of
Operation
Emelyn C. Icarangal
Officer-in-Charge

Outline of the
Presentation

Profile
Franchise Area
Vision, Mission, Core Values
Financial Operations
Key Performance Standards
Technical Operations
Substations
Distribution Technical Data
Problems and Proposed Solutions

Profile
Franchise Area
No. of Energized
Barangays
Circuit Kms.
Energized Lines
Double Circuit
Three Phase
Two Phase
Single Phase
Open Secondary
Total Numbers of
Billed Consumers

11
Municipalities
64 brgys. =
100%

1.39
121.97
62.875
265.479
175.008

49,053

Vision
A Viable Electric Distribution Utility
Mission
An electric distribution utility providing
reliable, efficient service and affordable /
competitive rates.
Core Values
Solidarity
Honesty
Innovative
Efficiency
Leadership
Dedication

Financial Operations
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
PARTICULAR
1.
2.
3.
1.

Debt Ratio
Debt Service Cover
Quick Ratio
Payment to Power Supplier
a. SMEC

b. NGCP
2. Payment to NEA
4. Average Collection Period (average
AR/Daily Sales)
5. Profitability

Actual
0.94
1.26
0.74

Res.Current
Current
Res.Current
42
6.82

Point
Score
0
4
1

2.50
2.50
2.50
4
5

TECHNICAL OPERATION:
3 Substation Locations:

10 MVA
FAMY

1. 10 MVA Famy S/S


2. 5 MVA Pakil S/S
3. 2 5 MVA Lumban S/S

.Total MVA Capacity:

25 MVA

5 MVA
PAKIL

2 - 5 MVA
LUMBAN

DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION TECHNICAL


DATA:
FLECO SUBSTATION CAPACITY (as of 2012)
Substation

Capacity
(MVA)

Maximum
Demand
(MVA)

% Loading

Remarks

1. Lumban No. 1

3.96

79.2%

Loaded

2. Lumban No. 2

4.53

90.6%

Critical

3. Pakil

4. Famy

10

6.41

64.1%

Total

25

14.9

59.68%

De-energized

Pakil Substation:
For energization upon delivery of protection
equipment.

Tolerable

FLECOs SYSTEM LOSS:


System Loss Summary of 2012 (Whole System)
Month

Energy
Purchased

Energy Sales

Losses

% Loss
(with SLA)

% Loss
(without
SLA)

January

6,543,222

5,650,070

893,152

13.65

13.39

February

6,339,889

5,477,198

862,691

13.61

13.35

March

6,307,256

5,417,450

889,806

14.11

13.84

April

7,233,974

6,099,086

1,134,888

15.69

15.39

May

7,676,520

6,552,552

1,123,968

14.64

14.36

June

7,708,076

6,698,476

1,009,600

13.10

12.85

July

7,015,021

6,132,888

882,133

12.57

12.33

August

6,835,942

5,829,066

1,006,876

14.73

14.45

Septemb
er

7,162,381

6,213,659

948,723

13.25

October

6,970,070

6,077,222

892,848

12.81

Novembe
r

7,000,828

5,989,981

1,010,847

14.44

Decembe

13.00
12.57
14.17

DISTRIBUTION TECHNICAL
DATA:
System Loss Contribution Per Substation (Year
2012)
Substation

% Loss

Lumban 1

3.60%

Lumban 2

4.01%

System Loss Percentage per Substation

Lumban S/S 1; 26%


Famy S/S; 44%

Pakil

0.00%

Famy

6.10%

Whole System

13.71%

Lumban S/S 2; 29%

PROBLEM
1. Huge Amount of Quarterly Loan
Amortization
- P 11,153,535.50

2. ERC Decision on Refund of


Over/Under Recovery
- P 79,076,807.86
3. Collection Efficiency is below
standard

4. Slow ERC approval on application


for :
a. Recovery of Business Taxes
b. CAPEX and Authority to
Secure Loan

SOLUTION
Apply for Loan Restructuring

Minimize Non-Power Expenses and


Reduce
System Loss

Improve collection efficiency thru


strict implementation of collection and
disconnection policies
Inspection of dormant disconnected
consumers
Constant follow-up

PROBLEM
6. Insufficiency of DSM Rate

7. On-going CBA negotiation for salary


increase and other benefits of employees
8. Employees Ratio is below standard

SOLUTION
Improve over-all coop
performance to have a _______
TGP application
Exert best effort for a mutually
beneficial CBA
Outsourcing of Other
Manpower Services
Freeze Hiring and MultiTasking of Assignment

Substation Capacity Deficiency

Substation

% Loading

Remarks

1. Lumban
S/S No. 1

79.2%

Loaded

2. Lumban
S/S No. 2

90.6%

Critical

Installation of 10 MVA
Substation at Pagsanjan Area to
relieve the loading of the existing
substation and address the
increasing demand of the feeder
connected and resolve the power
quality violation of undervoltage
and unbalanced loading of the
feeder.

PROBLEM
Substation Capacity Deficiency

Substation

1. Pakil
Substatio
n

De-energized

Re-Energization of Pakil
Substation upon approval of
CAPEX on Safety Project . Upon
energization of Pakil S/S,
Feeders 5 & 6 will be
transferred from Lumban S/S 2
to Pakil S/S where they are
originally connected. This will
likewise relieve the critical
loading of Lumban S/S 2 .

Pole Cluster Metering of


5,000 kWh meters per year and
13.71% (with SLA)
13.45% (without SLA) replacement of old and
defective kWh meters. In
addition, the project also
involves the rehabilitation of
the secondary lines which will
surely contribute to the

System Loss Above Cap


% System
Loss

SOLUTION

Thank you