ELECTRICAL SAFETY TIPS :
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HOLIDAYS ENERGY SAVING TIPS :
ENERGY CONSERVATION TIPS :
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Dirt can diminish illumination by as much as 50% ; so clean those lamps regularly.
Go for the FREE.
Use as much as natural light as possible.
Schedule activities that do not require lights during day time.
Use light colors on walls, rugs. Draperies and upholstery, as these make a room appear lighted.
Difference between UNSCHEDULED & SCHEDULED Power Interruption
An UNPLANNED sudden LOSS of Power. Because of the UNEXPECTED NATURE of the Interruption, PRIOR NOTICE will NOT BE MADE. MORESCO II however will inform the Member-Consumer Owners through the Social Media, the Cause of Interruption, the Affected Areas and the Estimated Restoration Time, as soon as the details are available.
UNPLANNED Interruptions may be caused by any of the following:
1. Distribution System Technical Problem
2. Transmission System Technical Problem
3. Generation Deficiency due to Power Plants’ technical problem.
A PLANNED Power Interruption.
To conduct regular preventive maintenance or shutdown of line and equipment.
MORESCO II Member-Consumer Owners will be informed at least 3 days before the scheduled power interruption through Recoreda, Social Media (Facebook) and Radio Programs.
For Maintenance Schedule Announcement and other information, you may visit our website moresco2.ph or connect with us on our Facebook Page @MORESCOIIofficial.
Should you need further information or clarification, you may contact our hotline numbers:
Medina – 09178321475/09178321676/09178321435/09178321439
Why is it so important to work safely with or near electricity?
The voltage of the electricity and the available electrical current in regular businesses and homes has enough power to cause death by electrocution. Even changing a light bulb without unplugging the lamp can be hazardous because coming in contact with the "hot", "energized" or "live" part of the socket could kill a person.