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Cotabato Light and Power Company (CLPC)
CLPC was incorporated on April 23, 1938. Originally granted a 50-year distribution franchise by the precursor of National Electrification Administration (NEA) during the same year, its franchise was extended by the Energy Regulatory Board in 1990 for another 25 years from June 17, 1989, or until 2014. Like Davao Light and Power Company, it charges end-users the cost of distributing generated power from the NPC.
CLPC's franchise area covers the city of Cotabato, and part of the municipalities of Datu Odin Sinsuat (formerly Dinaig) and Sultan Kudarat, both in Maguindanao. As of 2005, it has a manpower complement of 61 full-time and a number of contractual employees serving a customer base of 26,379 residential, commercial, industrial, and flat rate customers. Systems loss for the period was at 8.93 and peak load at 21.384 MW.
Although a relatively small utility, CLPC's linkage with sister-company DLPC allows it to immediately benefit from the latter's system developments. Like DLPC, CLPC has a working AM/FM system and SCADA system in place. CLPC likewise shares the economies of bulk materials purchasing with DLPD and enjoys many other technological advantages of DLPC's engineering team without duplication of overhead.
Another benefit CLPC's customers enjoy is the existence of a stanby power plant capable of supplying 7.35 MW of electricity in cases of supply problems with NPC and for the stability of voltage whenever necessary.
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