GMA Leads Cable-Laying at Cebu Power Project

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GMA Leads Cable-Laying at Cebu Power Project


Byline: MARS W. MOSQUEDA JR.

DAANBANTAYAN, Cebu -- President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo yesterday led the submarine cable-laying in barangay Talisay, this town, for the $68-million Cebu-Leyte Power Interconnection Uprating Project aimed at increasing the Leytesourced power supply to Cebu from 200 megawatts (MW) to 400 MW.

The President, who arrived in this northern most part of Cebu, was grateful that the project, a joint venture of Kanematsu Corporation and J-Power, has finally started after almost 10 years of planning and preparations.

With the start of the project, Arroyo said she is hopeful that Cebu will no longer face a power crisis because the added megawatts of electricity that will be brought by the interconnection will meet the power needs of the entire Cebu island for 10 years.

The President said more investors are coming to Cebu with its abundant power supply. The investments, she says, will eventually create more jobs for Cebuanos.

Alan Ortiz, National Transmission Corporation (Transco) president, said the project will help avert the impending power crisis in Cebu and help prevent the migration of big companies, especially those on Mactan Island, from Cebu to other places.

President Arroyo also announced during a press conference here that she will be visit Cebu again next month to inaugurate the new Timex Logistics Hub at the Mactan Export Processing Zone in Lapu- Lapu City. She said the new Timex facility will create more jobs for Cebuanos.

From Daanbantayan, the President proceeded to the Cebu City Marriott Hotel where she presided over the oath- taking of the new directors and members of the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI), led by President Robert Go.

Arroyo also attended the Mantawi Festival at the Cebu Boardwalk in Mandue City. …

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