JUST IN: It is with profound sadness and a heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our Network System Operator of the CORPLAN-IT Department, Aldrin B. Edades who passed away on January 22, 2022.
The MORESCO II Family express the sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family and his loved one, may God grant them strength to endure this great pain.
May his soul rest in peace, he will always be remembered of his kindness and his contribution to MORESCO II in the pursuit of rural electrification.
#MORESCO II POWER ADVISORY
JUST IN:
Maayong adlaw sa tinamod nga mga Miyembro-Konsumante Tag-iya sa MORESCO II. Aniay pahibalo gikan sa buhatan sa MORESCO II kabahin na sa schedule sa pag reading sa mga KWh meters niining bulan sa Enero.
Dili una kita maka pahigayon sa pag reading sa inyong mga KWh meters tungod sa hinungdan nga wala pa kita makapagawas ug taripa nga maoy basihan sa pag kwenta sa inyong amount of bill o na konsumo nga kuryenti matag Kilowatt alang sa January bill tungod usab sa hinungdan nga wala pa kita makadawat ug billing gikan sa isa sa atong power suppliers nga mao ang NPC-PSALM.
Ang buhatan sa MORESCO II mihimo na sa pag follow-up sa nasangpit nga power supplier ug gitinguha ning buhatan nga sa mga mosunod nga adlaw makadawat na kita sa billing gikan sa NPC-PSALM ug mahimo na nato ang pag pahigayon sa pag reading sa mga KWh meters sa inyong tagsa tagsa ka mga panimalay.
Gihangyo sa buhatan sa MORESCO II ang inyong makanunanyon nga pagsabot ug kooperasyon.
Daghang salamat, ug mag amping kita kanunay.
MORESCO II POWER RESTORATION REPORT
as of January 03, 2022 / 15:00HH
📍MAGSAYSAY
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 25
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 22
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 88%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 5,648
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 4,564
⚡️% of Household Restored: 81%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 28, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,702,299.50
📍GINGOOG CITY
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 79
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 70
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 89%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count):24,580
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count):22,945
⚡️% of Household Restored: 93%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 30, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,857,704.20
📍MEDINA
⚡️Total Barangay Counts:19
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 19
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 100%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 7,604
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 7,604
⚡️% of Household Restored: 100%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: n/a
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,604,051.22
📍TALISAYAN
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 18
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 17
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 94%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 4,799
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 4,707
⚡️% of Household Restored: 98%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 30, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 3,677,650.74
📍BALINGOAN
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 9
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 7
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 78%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 2,237
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 2,031
⚡️% of Household Restored: 91%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 29, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,504,355.01
📍KINOGUITAN
⚡️Total Barangay Counts:15
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 15
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 100%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 2,237
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 2,237
⚡️% of Household Restored: 100%
Target date of Full Restoration: n/a
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,219,754.82
📍SUGBONGCOGON
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 10
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 10
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 100%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count):1,842
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 1,842
⚡️% of Household Restored: 100%
Target date of Full Restoration: n/a
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,319,403.27
📍BINUANGAN
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 8
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 7
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 88%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 1,422
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 1,274
⚡️% of Household Restored: 90%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 29, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 711,772.47
📍SALAY
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 18
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 14
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 78%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 5,116
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 4,707
⚡️% of Household Restored: 92%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 28, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 2,422,184.22
📍LAGONGLONG
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 10
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 9
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 90%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 3,862
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 3,685
⚡️% of Household Restored: 95%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 28, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 814,092.00
📍BALINGASAG
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 30
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 24
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 80%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 13,615
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 12,421
⚡️% of Household Restored: 91%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 30, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 1,148,035.60
📍CLAVERIA
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 24
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 16
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 67%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 8,383
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 7,586
⚡️% of Household Restored: 90%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 29, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 988,813.30
📍JASAAN (part)
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 7
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 5
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 71%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 1,228
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 1,164
⚡️% of Household Restored: 95%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration: December 29, 2021
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 250,005.10
TOTAL/AVERAGE
⚡️Total Barangay Counts: 272
⚡️Barangays Restored (Count): 235
⚡️% of Barangays Restored: 86%
⚡️Total Active Household Connections (Count): 82,573
⚡️Household Connections Restored (Count): 76,767
⚡️% of Household Restored: 93%
⚡️Target date of Full Restoration:
⚡️Estimated Cost of Damaged (Php): 19,220,121.45
After their 10-11 days stay in MORESCO 2 and celebrating Christmas away from their families, our Task Force Kapatid 134 finally bid their sweetest goodbye.
The management of MORESCO II spearheaded by our Officer-In-Charge, Maam Cynthia P. Quimno together with the other Department and Area Managers initiated a thanksgiving program to all our Warriors of Light from FIBECO, LANECO, MOELCI-1, MOELCI-2, and MORESCO-1 before they depart in our coverage area for their outstanding service and dedication to their profession as members of the Task Force Kapatid 134.
Their combined efforts, time, dedication, strength, and contribution to our quest to facilitate the restoration of our power lines after Bagyong Odette hit our coverage area are highly acknowledged.
Saying THANK YOU is not enough. Ang inyong pagtabang sa MORESCO-2 aron mapadali ang pag restore sa mga linya nga naguba tungod ni Bagyong Odette dili gyud masuklian. Tungod sa atong pagtimbayayong ug panaghiusa, nakab-ot nato ang atong tumong ug tinguha, mao ang pagpasiga sa mga lugar nga na apektohan sa maong bagyo bag-o mag bag-ong tuig. Sa inyong paglakaw ug pag balik sainyong mga nagkadaiyang pamilya, makalaom kamo nga kamo among e-ampo aron kamo giyahan pa sa labawng makagagahum.
Daghang salamat warriors of light! Hanggang sa muli, mabuhay kayong lahat!
From,
MORESCO II Family 💛❤️
MORESCO II joins the entire nation in celebrating the 125th Rizal Day celebration at Rizal Monument in the Municipality of Medina.
This year’s celebration is significant despite being simple because today, we express our sincerest gratitude to our past heroes who fought for our freedom and the modern day heroes who are leading the fight against CoViD-19.
Whatever we are facing today, may our preseverance, unification, and dedication prevail upon serving our country and celebrating the freedom that our Dr. Jose P. Rizal and other national heroes fought for.
Mabuhay ang bawat Pilipino! Mabuhay ang Pilipinas! 💙💛❤️
Every story has its own story to tell. Yours is our favorite.
An empowered and inspiring woman is celebrating her birthday today.
Happy Birthday Officer-in-Charge Ma’am Cynthia P. Quimno.
Thank you for the dedication, commitment and love that you brought to MORESCO II, as you embody the image of a leader with compassion, determination and strength.
May God give you the strength and wisdom to smoothly surmount all the challenges life brings you. Stay blessed and enjoy your day to the fullest.
We love you! Happy Birthday. ❤
How to pay your MORESCO II bill using GCash?
Follow these easy step by step guide.
Step 1: Log in to your GCash App.
choose and click the pay bills option.
Step 2: Select “Electric Utilities”.
Step 3: Scroll Down.
choose and click MORESCO2.
Step 4: Input your account details.
Please take note that GCash will only transact payment for current bill, if your bill is beyond its due date please pay at the MORESCO II office.
NGANUNG WALA PAY KURYENTE?
⚡️Power Restoration Protocol sa MORESCO II
1. Unang gi-ayu ang Sub-transmission Line kay kini ang naghatud ug kuryente paingun sa atong mga Sub-station.
2. Sunod gi-ayu ang Substation kay kung palong ang Substation, palong pud ang tanang lugar nga sakop niini.
3. Sunod gi-ayu ang mga Backbone Lines kay kini ang naghatud og kuryente gikan sa Substation paingun sa gagmay o Lateral Lines.
4. Mosunod nga ayohon and mga Distribution Transformers ug Secondary Lines nga makita nato sa mga Purok ug Sitio.
5. Sunod dayon ang pagrepair sa TAPPING POINT, SERVICE DROP LINE ug KWH METERS para atong linya sa balay makasiga na.
BAGYONG “ODETTE”  UPDATE
Poste nga nanga tumba, nabali, naguba ug nanga anod sa baha.
Linya sa kuryente nga nanga putol.
Warriors of light, management, staff and crew nga padayon sa pagtrabaho 24 hours aron ma respondehan ang mga MCOs nato nga nanginahanglan sa kuryente.
Pipila lamang kana sa mga panghitabo nga atong na sinati sa dihang si Bagyong Odette nagpakita sa iyang kakusog sulod sa atong coverage area sa MORESCO II.
Adunay gatos kapin pa ka mga barangays ang wala nakabalik sa pag siga nga ang hangyo maka balik na ang supply sa ilang kuryente bag-o paman nato saulogon ang kapaskuhan.
Kami sa MORESCO II, doble na paningkamot, uban ang mga igsuon natong mga electric cooperatives (FIBECO, LANECO, MOELCI 2, ug MORESCO 1) sa pag ayo sa atong mga nanga guba nga linya.
Sa atong mga MCOs nga hangtod karon nag dahom pa gihapon nga mabalik ang linya sa ilang kuryente sa mas dali nga panahon, magahangyo kami sa inyong dugang pasensya ug kooperasyon kabahin niining atong problema.
Daghang salamat.
MORESCO II, ANDAM ug PADAYON sa pag-alagad. ❤️
December 22, 2021
Day 2 UPDATE in Area 2 (Talisayan-Salay Area)
Maayong gabii sa atong mga tinahod nga Miyembro-Konsumante-Tag-iya sa MORESCO II,
Gipahigayon karong adlawa sa Team LANECO, MOELCI 1, MOELCI 2 ug inubanan sa atong crew sa Subcongcogon Sub-Office ang pag rehabilitate sa atong Backbone Line nga naguba ni Bagyong Odette diha sa Brgy. Pook paingon sa Sta. Ines, Talisayan.
Sa mga lugar nga wala pa na ayo ni MORESCO II, mangayo kami sa inyong makanunayong kooperasyon ug pagsabot. PADAYON gihapon ang pag alagad sa atong management, crew, staff ug mga igsuong electric cooperatives aron ma facilitate ang mga areas nga hangtod karon wala pa naka balik sa normal ang ilang mga power lines.
Daghang salamat.
Day 1 UPDATE of #TaskForce134 (FIBECO TEAM)
FIBECO Linemen already started their work early this morning in our lateral lines in Area 3 to facilitate the power restoration of MORESCO II.
Hangtod karon daghan pa gihapon barangays ang wala naka siga sa Area 3 (Lagonglong-Claveria) diin paman, wala nag hunong ang management, staff and crew sa MORESCO 2 sa pagpaningkamot aron matabangan ug ayo ang atong mga linya nga naguba ni Bagyong Odette.
Kami naga tuo nga pina-agi sa atong pag-tinabangay, walay bagyo nga kusog ang maka guba sa atong pagpaningkamot aron makab-ot nato pagbalik ang linya ug serbisyo sa atong sugang dagitab.
Daghang salamat sa inyong makanunayong pagsabot ug kooperasyon.
MORESCO II, ANDAM ug PADAYON sa pag-alagad. ❤️
Day 1 UPDATE of #TaskForce134 (LANECO and MOELCI 2 TEAM)
LANECO and MOELCI 2 Linemen already started their work early this morning in our backbone line in Area 2 to facilitate the power restoration of MORESCO II.
Hangtod karon daghan pa gihapon barangays ang wala naka siga sa Area 2 (Talisayan-Salay) diin paman, wala nag hunong ang management, staff and crew sa MORESCO 2 sa pagpaningkamot aron matabangan ug ayo ang atong mga linya nga naguba ni Bagyong Odette.
Kami naga tuo nga pina-agi sa atong pag-tinabangay, walay bagyo nga kusog ang maka guba sa atong pagpaningkamot aron makab-ot nato pagbalik ang linya ug serbisyo sa atong sugang dagitab.
Daghang salamat sa inyong makanunayong pagsabot ug kooperasyon.
MORESCO II, ANDAM ug PADAYON sa pag-alagad. ❤️
POWER ADVISORY
Tropical Storm “OdettePH”
December 14, 2021
Sa tanan Membro-Konsumante-Tag-iya sa MORESCO II posible nga makasinati kita ug mga KALIT o UNSCHEDULED NGA PAGKAPALONG SA SUGANG DAGITABNON sugod karong adlawa, December 14, 2021 tungod sa kakusog sa ulan dala sa Tropical Storm “OdettePH”.
Adunay posibilidad sa mga landslide ug pagkatumba sa mga kahoy/tanom paingon sa linya hinungdan sa mga kalit nga pagkapalong sa serbisyo sa kuryente.
Kung adunay BROWNOUT o mga kakulian sa atong linya, mahimong ireport dayon pinaagi sa pagtext o pagtawag sa mga HOTLINE NUMBER sa atong buhatan:
☎️Medina (Main Office) Hotline No. 0917-832-1475
☎️Gingoog Sub-Office Hotline No. 0917-832-1676
☎️Sugbongcogon Sub-Office Hotline No. 0917-832-1435
☎️Balingasag Sub-Office Hotline No. 0917-832-1439
Daghang salamat ug amping mong tanan!
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MORESCO II supports the Department of Energy in the celebration of the 2021 National Energy Consciousness Month for the month of December. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Committed to Serve: Building a Better Normal by Forging Ahead through Energy Ability, Security, and Sustainability”.

November 6, 2021 – Today’s major line activity is for the purpose of testing the metering equipment of Claveria 5 MVA Substation, in line with a request to NGCP for power service interruption along Jasaan – Kinoguitan 69 KV Line, a series of line activities were also simultaneously conducted for the improvement of power service.
MORESCO II, recognizes the needed improvement of service in its distribution line. Hence, the implementation of R.A 11361, Anti-Obstruction of Power Lines Act is fully enforced through series of line clearing activity in the 69 KV line corridor and in the lateral lines. To ensure continuous and uninterruptable distribution of electricity and to protect the integrity and reliability of the power lines and as well as rehabilitation of dilapidated wood poles for 13.2 KV Line were also conducted. TSD Manager, Engr. Roy G. Balingit initiated the retightening of Bolts and cleaning of 5MVA Claveria Substation alongside with his supervision on the conduct of testing of metering equipment.
Promoting solidarity among Warriors of Light, a total of 136 line workers were deployed composing of Area Managers, Area Engineers and Supervisors who manned the troops of maintenance linemen and clearing crew to fast track various line activities for Area II and Area III.
The coops Officer-in-Charge, Ms. Cynthia P. Quimno showed her full support to the activities thus, making herself visible in all areas where the line works are conducted, to ensure that safety and welfare of all line workers are in place and their needs will be attended.
Below are the random photos of the activities conducted earlier today.
Faculty Members of Inobulan Elementary School initiated a short program on “Stakeholders Appreciation” at the MORESCO II Head Quarter Office Admin Building, the said school has benefited on MORESCO II’s Cooperative Social Responsibility.
The coop had various participation in the DEPED’s Bayanihan Para sa Paaralan or the “Brigada Eskwela”, in line with the activity the Institutional Services Department headed by OIC, Ms. Jana Dael through the General Services Section under the supervision of Engr. Roy Hilaos, CE responded and accommodated the requests of various schools within the coverage area of MORESCO II, it has conducted works related to the services of the office such as repairs of electrical wirings, installation of outlets and lightings and have also donated electrical materials used in replacement.
The Management and Staff headed by Officer-in-Charge Ms. Cynthia P. Quimno and the members of Taskforce Sidlakang Misamis Dos Power Chaired by Atty. Melchor M. Cubillo extends the sincerest thanks and appreciation to the faculty and staff of Inobulan Elementary School in its effort of visiting the headquarter office and for recognizing the coop’s contribution to the program of the Department of Education.
All Soul’s Day will always remind us of those who were once a part of our lives and are now part of our memories.
May God hear our prayers for all those people whom we remember this day, and fulfill all our prayers for them. Warm wishes on “All Soul’s Day”
MORESCO II wishes you all have a meaningful celebration of the All Saint’s Day.
May the solemnity of all saints be honored with the truthfulness of our hearts and the devotion continues to grow in the future. May the saints be honored forever and always.
OCTOBER 30, 2021
In line with the scheduled power service interruption in the 69 KV line there were various power line activities being conducted such as simultaneous line clearing and rehabilitation of dilapidated poles in the municipality of Magsaysay, as part of the System Loss reduction program and as well as in the implementation of R.A. 11361 or the Anti-obstruction of Power Lines act.
Promoting solidarity among lineworkers, a total of 99 personnel from the Technical Services Department and the three area sub-offices were deployed to fast track all line works in the said area.
Spearheading the team is the head of the TSD, Engr. Roy G. Balingit with the support of Engr. Rogelio Montalba of Gingoog Area Sub-Office, and Engr. Johann Bethooven C. Obendencio of Balingasag Sub-Office who also took the lead in manning their personnel.
Officer-in-Charge, Ms Cynthia P. Quimno had also conducted ocular inspection in all areas and as well as overseeing the safety and welfare of the line workers on field, ensuring that their needs will be attended.
Below are the documented photos of the line activities conducted earlier today.
5MVA Power Transformer Relocation – Claveria
Ensuring reliable power in the booming municipality of Claveria, the 5 MVA Ane-i Claveria Substation is now fully equipped with a standby power transformer which is obtained from the nearby Balingasag Sub-station that was recently upgraded at 10 MVA capacity.
The relocation of power transformer was successfully conducted on October 29, 2021, supervising the said activity was the head of the Technical Services Department, Engr. Roy G. Balingit. Officer-in-Charge, Ms. Cynthia P. Quimno showed support in the conducted activity as she dropped by at the sub-station after gracing another event of MCO Community Pantry on that same day.
The districts former representative and now secretary of Taskforce Sidlakang Misamis Dos Power Ms. Jovinita T. Calingin initiated the request on the relocation of the said equipment with the aim to advance the capability of providing stable distribution of electricity to its member-consumer owners.
MAAYONG ADALAW SA TINAMOD NGA MGA MIYEMBRO-KONSUMANTE TAG-IYA SA MORESCO II.
Pahibalo kabahin na sa nasinati nga pagka palong sa serbisyo sa kuryenti!
Nag pabilin nga wala pa gihapon maka balik ang supply sa kuryenti gikan sa linya sa National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) ug naka apekto kini sa atong serbisyo sa kuryenti gikan sa Talisayan paingon sa lungsod sa Claveria.
Kahinumduman nga kagahapong adlawa sa may alas 5:55 sa hapon na wala ang serbisyo sa kuryenti ug ni siga kini sa ala 1:04 sa tungang gabie apan 4 minutos lamang ug napalong kini pag usab ang, hinungdan sa pagka palong sa linya sa NGCP sa duha ka higayon mao ang pagka daot sa Insulator String sa nasangpit nga linya. Basi sa impormasyon gikan sa NGCP sa ala 1:08 sa tungang gabie sa Oktubre 28, 2021, aduna na usab pag tripped off sa linya niini sa susama nga hinungdan.
Sa pinaka ulahing impormasyon gikan sa NGCP kasamtangan naga padayon pa gihapon ang pag trabaho sa linya sa niini tungod kay aduna pay na kit-an nga uban pang mga hinungdan nga naka apekto sa linya sa NGCP.
Ang buhatan sa MORESCO II boot lamang mo pasabot sa matag miyembro-konsumante tag-iya nga apektado karon sa pagka wala sa serbisyo sa kuryenti tungod kay dili nato kontrolado ang sitwasyon ug nag agad lamang kita sa supply sa kuryenti nga ihatod kanato gikan sa NGCP.
Gihanagyo ang pagsabot ug kooperasyon sa matag miyembro-konsumante tag iya.
MAAYONG ADALAW SA TINAMOD NGA MGA MIYEMBRO-KONSUMANTE TAG-IYA SA MORESCO II.
Pahibalo kabahin na sa nasinati nga pagka palong sa serbisyo sa kuryenti!
Nag pabilin nga wala pa gihapon maka balik ang supply sa kuryenti gikan sa linya sa National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) ug naka apekto kini sa atong serbisyo sa kuryenti gikan sa Talisayan paingon sa lungsod sa Claveria.
Kahinumduman nga kagahapong adlawa sa may alas 5:55 sa hapon na wala ang serbisyo sa kuryenti ug ni siga kini sa ala 1:04 sa tungang gabie apan 4 minutos lamang ug napalong kini pag usab ang, hinungdan sa pagka palong sa linya sa NGCP sa duha ka higayon mao ang pagka daot sa Insulator String sa nasangpit nga linya. Basi sa impormasyon gikan sa NGCP sa ala 1:08 sa tungang gabie sa Oktubre 28, 2021, aduna na usab pag tripped off sa linya niini sa susama nga hinungdan.
Sa pinaka ulahing impormasyon gikan sa NGCP kasamtangan naga padayon pa gihapon ang pag trabaho sa linya sa niini tungod kay aduna pay na kit-an nga uban pang mga hinungdan nga naka apekto sa linya sa NGCP.
Ang buhatan sa MORESCO II boot lamang mo pasabot sa matag miyembro-konsumante tag-iya nga apektado karon sa pagka wala sa serbisyo sa kuryenti tungod kay dili nato kontrolado ang sitwasyon ug nag agad lamang kita sa supply sa kuryenti nga ihatod kanato gikan sa NGCP.
Gihanagyo ang pagsabot ug kooperasyon sa matag miyembro-konsumante tag iya.
Nasayod kaba? nga dili tanan sa imong gibayad sa bill sa kuryenti mo paingon sa panudlanan sa MORESCO II.
Alang sa imong kasayuran, ang Sec. 36 sa Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) nag pahayag nga ang TARIPA sa matag distribution utilities sama sa MORESCO II paga himay-himayon ug ipakita dinha sa bill pinaagi sa pag sulat sa matag kantedad sa pag hatag ug serbisyo.
Palihug sa pag lantaw niining presentasyon sa pag bahin bahin sa matag kantedad sa imong ge bayaran nga bill sa kuryenti.
MAAYONG ADLAW SA MGA TINAHOD NGA MIYEMBRO-KONSUMANTE TAG-IYA:
Ang buhatan sa MORESCO II boot mo padangat sa pag pahibalo ug pag pasabot sa mga rason sa pag saka sa singil sa kuryenti ning bulan sa Oktubre. PALIHUG SA PAG GAHIN UG DYUTAY NGA PANAHON SA PAG BASA.
Mahinungdanon sa matag usa kanato ang pag sunod sa minimum health standards ug isa niini ang pag pabilin nga mag puyo sa panimalay ug likayan ang panagtapok aron maka likay kita sa COVID 19.
Ang buhatan sa MORESCO II hingpit nga naga sunod sa kamanduan sa IATF ug ge implementar kini sa matag buhatan.
Ang pag pahigayon ug PRE-MEMBERSHIP EDUCATION SEMINAR alang niadtong mga aplikante sa pag pakutay ug kuryenti paga himoon sa VIRTUAL nga pamaagi ug wala na mag kinahanglan sa inyong presencia sa pag apil, aniay mga pamaagi unsaon pag apil.
HOW TO REPORT TO MORESCO II?
☎️CALL our 24/7 Hotline Numbers and state your requests, complaints and inquiries
📱TEXT our 24/7 Hotline Numbers and type your Account Name, Complete Address and your concern
🏠VISIT our Main Office or Sub Offices on Mondays to Fridays from 8:00am – 5:00pm
HOTLINE NUMBERS:
☎️Medina | 0917-832-1475
☎️Gingoog City | 0917-832-1676
☎️Sugbongcogon | 0917-832-1435
☎️Balingasag | 0917-832-1439
As we celebrate this year’s 45th Founding Anniversary, MORESCO II would like to thank all its Member-Consumer Owner’s for the continued support and cooperation the past years may have been very challenging but we always look forward to brighter day’s up ahead, as we “Arise as One, Championing National Development and Building Sustainable Communities through Rural Electrification”
Congratulation’s to all of us, Mabuhay ka MORESCO Dos!
45TH FOUNDING ANNIVERSARY VIA VIRTUAL CELEBRATION
OCTOBER 1, 2021 | MORESCO II celebrates its 45th Founding Anniversary via Virtual Platform with a Theme “Arise as One, Championing National Development and Building Sustainable Communities through Rural Electrification.”
This year’s foundation celebration is made more meaningful as it strives to establish its resiliency in Electric Distribution Service amidst the health crisis we are in. The Coop has shown how it thrives, leads, and serves in this new normal.
Virtually present during the celebration are the Task Force Sidlakang Misamis Dos Power (TFSMDP) Chairman Atty. Melchor M. Cubillo, Edmundo Y. Pacamalan Jr., Jovinita T. Calingin, GM Juvel B. Ubay Ubay, GM Christopher A. Dulfo & GM Darwin T. Daymiel and all departments & Sub-Offices respectively.
Highlighting the event are the messages from our TFSMDP Chairman and Members who urged MORESCO-II to work relentlessly on the power reliability, affordability and sustainability to thrive in this time for the service to our member-consumer-owners.
One of the newly and awaited part of the program is the Tiktok Video Compilation & Best of Frontliners attire participated by MORESCO II Office of the General Manager, Institutional Services Department, Finance Services Department, Internal Audit Department, Corporate Planning Department, Gingoog Sub-Office, Sugbongcogon Sub-Office and Balingasag Sub Office.
This celebration is a departure from the traditional activities of the previous years due to coronavirus concerns. We’ve opted to move the event online, as the ban on mass gatherings remains in place.
Holy mass was held at St. Isidore Church earlier this morning to give gratitude to our Creator for guiding MORESCO II through the past 45 years and for the years to come.
In celebration of our 45th Founding Anniversary, Main Office will be closed on October 1, 2021, Friday.
Area offices are OPEN.
For inquiries, requests and complaints
please call our HOTLINE NUMBERS.
☎️Medina – 09178321475
☎️Gingoog – 09178321676
☎️Sugbongcogon – 09178321435
☎️Balingasag – 0917832143
10MVA Blessing and Energization – Balingasag Substation, Balingasag, Misamis Oriental
SEPTEMBER 25, 2021 | MORESCO II conducted the Blessing and Energization of uprated capacity of 10MVA from 5MVA Power Transformer of Balingasag Substation led by our Task Force Sidlakang Misamis Dos Power (TFSMDP) Jovinita T. Calingin, OIC GM Cynthia P. Quimno, TSD Manager Engr. Roy G. Balingit, OIC ISD Manager Jana S. Dael and Area-III Manager Johann Beethoven Obedencio II and also Rev. Fr. Enerio Tacastacas, SSJV, for gracing the event.
Also present in the Energization are NGCP Metering Team from Iligan City, UTS Div. Head Luis Cepe of ASIAPHIL, Metering Head Engr. Joe Vincent B. Castino, Information Officer Julie Ann L. Tabamo, Community Development Officer John Christopher R. Cruz and our TSD Technical Team.
This kind of upgrade will pay off in increased productivity when electrical network is stable, minimizes outage times and quickens power restoration. As the pandemic emerge globally and as an Electric Distribution Utility, the Coop faces an increasing demand and reliability due to virtual online as the current Education Platform, business online selling, Webinars and online jobs among others.
In light of the pandemic, business investors, schools, hospitals, LGU’s and small business scale and even residentials are still in progress and making upgrades in thier respective electricity needs and Electric Distribution Provider such as MORESCO II is obliged for innovations, solutions and enhancement for the service to our Member-Consumer-Owners.
MORESCO II ADVISORY
TO ALL OUR VALUED MEMBER CONSUMER OWNERS:
The Misamis Oriental II Electric Service Cooperative, Inc. (MORESCO II) has identified that a group of people are claiming to be Collectors, Meter Readers and Disconnection Crew of this coop. These people disguise themselves as employees, and in the course of such, ask money for payment or service fee.
What they do:
1.They will ask for your ID.
2.They will tell you that they will change or transfer your meters. After which, they will ask money for service fee.
3.They will borrow your phone and tell you they will take a photo of your meter.
4.They will claim to reconnect your disconnected account and ask for payment.
In light of this, we wish to inform every Member Consumer Owners (MCOs) that MORESCO II has a high commitment to legal, ethical and moral standards. This coop requires all staff to act honestly and with integrity at all times.
Be smarter than a scammer. Always remember:
1.We will not ask for your ID.
2.We do not ask payment for reconnection, change meter/transfer of meter.
3.We do not collect fees for power bill payment on field.
4.Only authorized BMCOO collectors appointed in your barangays are allowed to collect.
5.We have gadgets for reading and we do not borrow cellphone from consumers to take photos on meters.
6.Our authorized personnel affiliated with MORESCO II to conduct reading and disconnection is solely Sherlock General Manpower Services.
What you can do?
1.Ask for their ID.
2.Coordinate with us through the Sub Office nearest you.
3.call us on our hotline number through 0917-832-1475 or send us a message on our Facebook page or through our email isd.moresco2@gmail.com.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II is in progress in response to the Department of Education (DepEd) call for support. The Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Installation of Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) earlier today, September 27, 2021 at Sta. Ines National High School, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental.

BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II is in progress in response to the Department of Education (DepEd) call for support. The Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Installation of Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) earlier today, September 27, 2021 at Portulin Central School, Medina, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II is still in progress in response to the Department of Education (DepEd) call for support. The Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Installation of Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) earlier today, September 23, 2021 at Bulwa Elementary School, Medina, Misamis Oriental.

BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II is in progress in response to the Department of Education (DepEd) call for support. The Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Installation of Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 23, 2021 at Balingoan Central School, Balingoan, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II is still in progress in response to the Department of Education (DepEd) call for support. The Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Installation of Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 22, 2021 at Babanlagan Elementary School, Talisayan, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II joins in solidarity with the Department of Education (DepEd) as the National Brigada Eskwela kicked off this month amidst the pandemic with the slogan “Bayanihan para sa Paaralan”.
In response to the DepEd’s call for support, MORESCO II initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 21, 2021 at San Roque Elementary School, Medina, Misamis Oriental.
The Coop’s response to the DepEd’s “Bayanihan para sa Paaralan” is still in progress.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESSO II is still in progress in response to the DepEd’s call for support, the Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings Activities as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 17, 2021 at Agay-Ayan Elementary School and on September 20, 2021 at San Luis National High School, Gingoog City, Misamis Oriental.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, stakeholders such as MORESCO II are encouraged jointly in support for the Government’s call.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESSO II is still in progress in response to the DepEd’s call for support, the Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings Activities as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 14, 2021 at Gregorio Pelaez Elementary School, Brgy. Cabug, Medina, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESSO II is still in progress in response to the DepEd’s call for support, the Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings Activities as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 10, 2021 at Bangbang Elementary School, Brgy. Bangbang, Medina, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESSO II is still in progress in response to the DepEd’s call for support, the Coop initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings Activities as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 8, 2021 at Balingasag Central School, Balingasag, Misamis Oriental.
BRIGADA ESKWELA | MORESCO II Joins with the Department of Education (DepEd) to innovate and act together as the National Brigada Eskwela kicks off this month amidst the pandemic with the slogan “Bayanihan para sa Paaralan,” which is adopted to emphasize the country’s collective efforts in promoting collaboration for safe living and addressing social issues and concerns in schools, at homes, and in the community.
In response to the DepEd’s call for support, MORESCO II initiated Repair of Electrical Wirings, Install Outlets & Lightings and Clearing Activities as part of the Coop’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on September 1, 2021 at Biray Elementary School, Kinoguitan; September 6, 2021 at Don Gregorio National High School, Maanas, Medina and on September 7, 2021 at Medina National Comprehensive High School, Medina, Misamis Oriental.
In light of the ongoing pandemic, MORESCO II, as a distribution utility, is fortunate and grateful for having this opportunity, among others jointly in support for the government’s call. ###
EARLIER TODAY:
MORESCO II joins the National Electrification Administation in Simultaneous Line Clearing and Tree Planting activities today, August 11, 2021 participated by the 121 Electric Cooperatives nationwide in celebration of the 52nd anniversary of NEA and the 12th National Electrification Awareness Month.
This year’s Line Clearing and Tree Planting activities is led by our Task Force Sidlakang Misamis Dos Power Chairman (TFSMDP) Atty. Melchor M. Cubillo and OIC GM Cynthia P. Quinmo held in Brgy. Eureka, Gingoog City.
The Coop is gratefull for the support of the Brgy. Captain of Brgy. Eureka, Porferio Doque Jr. and his Council.
Also, the Coop is thankfull for the 500 seedlings of Narra tree and 500 seedlings of Mahogany tree provided by DENR CENRO Gingoog City.
NEAM is celebrated annually every month of August pursuant to Proclamation Order No. 1743 in recognition of the significant contributions of electrification program in nation building. This year’s theme is “NEA-ECs: Arise as One, Championing National Development and Bring Sustainable Communities through Rural Electrification.”
These activities seek to highlight the importance of environment care and conservation to ensure reliable and uninterrupted electric service to end-users, including member-consumer-owners.
NATIONAL LINEMAN APPRECIATION DAY
AUGUST 2, 2021 | National Electrification Administration is celebrating its 52nd founding anniversary and the 12th National Electrification Awareness Month (NEAM), with the theme “NEA-ECs: Arise as One, Championing National Development and Building Sustainable Communities through Rural Electrification”. Among other events, “National Linemen Appreciation Day” highlights the celebration.
National Lineman Appreciation Day is a time to express our utmost appreciation to the great “Warriors of Light“ that work so hard for us every day. It’s our honor to celebrate the hard work, innovation, and dedication of Electrical Lineworkers.
When mother nature destroys what our linemen have built up, they are on call to build it back up again as quickly as possible. These “Warriors of Light” work tirelessly to get emergency systems back in working order and urgently return service to our Member-Comsumer-Owners. Even when there is no crisis, they work under dangerous conditions on a daily basis. Whether they are working in countryside, in high tension wires or on high towers, the risks are extreme.
There are many reasons why we should appreciate our “Warriors of Light”. They keep the power running. Think about going through our lives without power for just one day. Linemen work behind (or, actually above) the scene so we can keep our lives moving. A risky occupation. Dealing with high voltage electrical wires at great heights is dangerous. Linemen are brave enough to get the job done. They give up family time for us. They work tirelessly, often during odd hours, away from their families to address electrical problems.
And today as we Celebrate the “NATIONAL LINEMAN APPRECIATION DAY” let us honor and recognize them who work around the clock to keep the power going. If the power is on where you are reading this, you likely have a lineman to thank.
TO OUR VALUED MEMBER-CONSUMER OWNERS:
Due to the increasing number of Covid-19 Positive Cases in our province particularly in the areas within our franchise, the MORESCO II management is again reminding the public on strict implementation of the minimum health protocols in all our offices. In line with this, we advise our member-consumer owners to utilize our Hotline for the lodging of complaints and request instead of coming to our office, in this way we can stay home and be safe as we do business.
MORESCO II
SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY
We are MORESCO II, a Non-Stock, Non Profit Electric Cooperative tasked to give important updates and relevant information in the power industry to its Member-Consumer-Owners (MCOs).
We use social media as a sprint board to provide adequate communications.
We acknowledge queries, feedback and concerns coming from our MCOs, but please note that this is a moderated online discussion site subject to management policies.
MORESCO II, therefore, reserves the right to hide and/or delete public comments it may deem inappropriate including but not limited to the following examples:
▪️Remarks laced with profanity or indecent elements;
▪️Solicitations of commerce and other off topic comments;
▪️Comments that infringe copyrighted or trademark materials;
▪️Comments that spread “MISINFORMATION” of fake news;
▪️Posts that irresponsibly expose confidential or privileged information;
▪️Contents that promote, foster, or inflict discrimination on race, age, political, creed, religion, gender and physical or mental disability.
While we respect everyone’s right to free expression, we do not tolerate hate speech or any form of
troll-behaviour. We will not hesitate to ban anyone who will exhibit such from our page.
THANK YOU
#PowerOn Series 1
What is the Republic Act 11361 or the Anti-Obstruction of Power Lines Act?
In this infographic, we will be outlining how crucial the AOPLA is in ensuring that electricity will smoothly reach our homes. It also guides our electric consumers on the Do’s and Don’ts under this Act.
Prohibited acts include:
(1) Construction of hazardous improvements within the Power Line Corridor (PLC),
(2) Planting of tall trees/vegetation within the PLC,
(3) Preventing or refusing entry of authorized personnel to conduct maintenance and operational services, and
(4) Conducting or performance of Hazardous Activities within the PLC which will impair the conveyance of electricity and damage the power lines.
Penalties for violation of these are:
(1) First offense – up to 6 months of imprisonment or fine of ₱50 000 or both,
(2) Second offense – up to 6 years of imprisonment or a fine of ₱100 000 or both,
(3) Third offense – 12 years of imprisonment or a fine of ₱200 000 or both.
For more information, you may browse through the #PowerOn Series.
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#PowerOn is a series of infographics brought to you by the #PowerBloc. We believe that energy is a right and it is time to educate and empower our electric consumers to be responsible and active partners of the power industry. Through our #PowerOn series, we will be releasing relevant materials to keep you updated on what matters in the energy industry. Together, we will keep the lights on. 💡
Republic Act No. 11361, also known as the “Anti-Obstruction of Power Lines Act,” is undoubtedly one of the most important legislations for the rural electrification sector. We are optimistic this recently enacted law will redound to the benefits of both our electric cooperatives and their member-consumer-owners.

BREAKDOWN OF GENERATION CHARGE

MORESCO II POWER RATES for January 2022
⚡️RESIDENTIAL | P 14.9153/kwh
⚡️LOW VOLTAGE | P 13.9001/kwh
⚡️HIGH VOLTAGE | P 12.2985/kwh