MALACAÑANG resolved the power crisis in Occidental Mindoro on Friday with an assurance that close to a 24-hour supply of electricity will be supplied to the province in the coming days.
National Electrification Administration (NEA) Administrator Antonio Mariano Almeda said this was the result of discussions with Luis Banzon, the owner of the Occidental Mindoro Consolidated Power Corp. (OMCPC), on how they could help in solving the power crisis.
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