FLECO, Inc - Menu
Announcement
SA LAHAT NG FLECO MEMBER-CONSUMER-OWNERS: IPINABABATID PONG MAGKAKAROON NG 30-DAY EXTENSION ANG ELECTRIC BILLS NA SASAILALIM SA METER READING SIMULA NGAYONG ARAW, MARSO 18, 2020. IBIG SABIHIN, IMBES NA 10 ARAW LAMANG ANG PALUGIT SA PAGBABAYAD, MAGIGING 30 ARAW NA PO ANG GRACE PERIOD. ITO PO AY BILANG PAGSUNOD SA DIREKTIBA NG MALACANANG.
Announcement
PINAPAYUHAN DIN PO ANG LAHAT NA MAGBAYAD SA ATING PAYMENT CENTERS (TULAD NG FLECO POWERPAY, 7/11 BRANCHES, TRUE MONEY, EC PAY, LBC, PERA HUB, BAYAD CENTERS, GLOBE GCASH, AT IBA PA) UPANG MAIWASAN ANG PAGDAMI O PAGSASABAY-SABAY NG MCOS NA MAGBABAYAD SA ATING MGA OPISINA. ANG ATING KOOP AY MAHIGPIT NA NAGPAPATUPAD NG PREVENTIVE MEASURES TULAD NG TEMPERATURE CHECK AT SOCIAL DISTANCING SA LAHAT NG OPISINA.
Announcement
NGCP POWER ADVISORY: PLEASE BE INFORMED THAT THE NATIONAL GRID CORPORATION OF THE PHILIPPINES (NGCP) WILL BE CONDUCTING TECHNICAL ACTIVITIES ON AUGUST 29, 2020 (SATURDAY), FROM 6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM, IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS: AFFECTED AREAS: -TOWNS OF CAVINTI, PAGSANJAN, & LUMBAN (6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM) -TOWNS OF KALAYAAN & PAETE (15 MINUTES MOMENTARY INTERRUPTION ONLY) POWER WILL BE RESTORED UPON COMPLETION OF WORK WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. ANY CHANGES IN THE SCHEDULE OF INTERRUPTION SHALL BE ADVISED. THANK YOU FOR BEARING WITH US. PLEASE SHARE. #NGCP
COMPANY HISTORY

Early Beginnings

The First Laguna Electric Cooperative, Inc. (FLECO) was incorporated and registered with the National Electrification Administration (NEA) on April 3, 1973 under Presidential Decree 269. The operation of FLECO commenced on September 1, 1973 when it took-over the seven (7) private electric franchises and municipal systems, namely: Siniloan Electric which covered the towns of Siniloan, Pangil, Pakil, Mabitac and Sta. Maria; Pagsanjan Electric System; Paete Electric Service; Lumban Electric System; Kalayaan Electric System; Cavinti Electric System and Calim &. Jamilano Electric Co., which served the town of Famy. Initially, FLECO contracted a loan with NEA used chiefly as payment for taken-over private systems, rehabilitation of old lines, and service expansion.

Present

FLECO provides electricity to eleven (11) of the 16 municipalities in the 4th District of Laguna and has attained the 100% energization of the 164 barangays in its coverage area. The municipalities under the FLECO franchise area include Cavinti, Pagsanjan, Lumban, Kalayaan, Paete, Pakil, Pangil, Siniloan, Mabitac, Famy, and Sta. Maria, all located on the northeastern part of the Province of Laguna, covering about 571 square kilometers.

On the financial aspect of operations, for the period ended December 31, 2008, the cooperative's MFSR shows that FLECO realized a total operating revenue of P 1.380 B at kwh sales of 241 M and an average billing rate of P 5.72 per kwh, one of the lowest rate in the region {Please refer to Schedule B). Year-end total assets amounted to P 1.447 B. Total workforce is 189 employees.

On the technical aspect of operations, the cooperative sources 100% of its power requirements from GMCP & WESM. Our 60,529 active consumers as of October 15, 2015 are served by our four (4) substations with a total capacity of 20 MVA with eight (8) feeders. Since the implementation of the feeder metering system, areas of the cooperative with high system losses were identified and pinpointed. The Technical Services Department are now in the process of prioritizing projects to areas that produce the highest revenues. Average maximum demand is 13.5 KW and we consistently enjoy 99% power factor.

On the institutional aspect, based on an area coverage basis, energization of the franchise area is 95.58% for the eleven (11) towns. The 164 barangays are 100% energized. The total potential connection is 55,469.

For prompt response to required service and to boost the efficiency of FLECO operation, the cooperative has established nine (9) collection centers at the following municipalities:

Other important projects undertaken by FLECO geared for the improvement of its operation are:

1. Enhancement of the Meter Reading System using Datalogic equipment and computerization
2. Acquisition of communication facilities and service vehicles to address promptly the complaints and requests of consumers

    Member Consumer Owners
    Latest Count as of November 28, 2020


    Residential (79,159)

    92.73%

    Commercial Building, Public Building, Street Lights, Industrial Low Voltage (6,116)

    7.16%

    Commercial High Voltage (90)

    0.11%

    Active Member Consumer Owners

    68,923


    Disconnected / Inactive Member Consumer Owners

    16,442


    Total Member Consumer Owners

    85,365