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lamoe
On 6/26/2017 at 5:50 PM, aussiekangaroo said:

P9.8KWH at Winland Tower if billed by admin or choice to go directly with VECO but I believe at much higher rate. 

Yep 11 +

Went from 1,118 P when I lived alone to 1,4 68 P now that we stay at home and cook / watch TV

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I was at a dinner last night and the topic came up of whether Condo developers can have a Master meter with VECO, thereafter install their meters for each unit and set their own rate per kwh to Unit owners.

Has anybody else heard anything similar?.

 

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On 8/10/2017 at 7:48 PM, fivestarph said:

I was at a dinner last night and the topic came up of whether Condo developers can have a Master meter with VECO, thereafter install their meters for each unit and set their own rate per kwh to Unit owners. Has anybody else heard anything similar?.

Sounds like BS to me, but you can always contact the Energy Regulatory Commission and ask. If you have a Filipino "significant other", it would be best to let them contact the ERC. Energy prices are tightly regulated in the Philippines, so I sincerely doubt the ERC would let condo developers charge whatever they feel like. But here's the ERC contact info if you want to find out for sure:

http://www.erc.gov.ph/ContentPage/14

 

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On 14/07/2017 at 10:48 PM, JohnSurrey said:

I know this sounds like bollox... but, following the recent Leyte quakes, we got our power back on yesterday and the lights seem brighter, the fridge and air-con seem colder and when I charged the "re-chargeables" they seemed to charge faster and brighter!

Is the electricity we're getting from Cebu (or wherever it is coming from on the NGCP) different to the usual stuff we get from Tacloban?

Just to update - we're back on local Electricity and it's back to dim lights, hotter fridge and air-con!

 

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12 minutes ago, JohnSurrey said:

Just to update - we're back on local Electricity and it's back to dim lights, hotter fridge and air-con!

 

I do not understand how the temp of fridge and aircon changes, are they not thermostat controlled ?

You could buy LED bulbs, they should have a wide voltage range

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