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  • President Benigno S. Aquino III Ceremonial Switch-On
    2.1 MW Linao Cawayan Mini-Hydro Power Plant-Lower Cascade Facility 45 Sitios Under the Sitio Lelectrification Program Nang dahil sa matuwid na daan, mas marami ngayon ang nakakaranas ng liwanag!

  • P-noy Sitio Electrification Program
    ORMECO now serves 1 city and 14 municipalities. It has brought the benefits of electricity to 426 Barangays and 1,913 Sitios out of 2,575 potential sitios to date. It now serves 120,770 connections.

  • Annual General Membership Assembly
    This is an event where member-consumers are made aware of the status of operations and express their views on issues that the coop has to address. It is also a time to gather and have a little fun as members of an extended family.

Welcome to ORMECO Official Website

Oriental Mindoro Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ORMECO) is non-stock, non-profit and service-oriented rural electric cooperative, duly organized under existing Philippine laws, rules and regulations.  It was registered and incorporated with the National Electrification Administration (NEA) on February 16, 1973 covering six (6) municipalities in the northern part of Oriental Mindoro.  The remaining nine (9) municipalities in the southern part of Oriental Mindoro were covered by the incorporation and registration of ORMECO II on July 15, 1977.

On May 20, 1988 the two (2) coops were merged into what is now known as ORMECO, Inc.. After which the fourteen (14) municipalities and one city covered were      re-districted into seven (7) districts.  District 1 is composed of  Baco, San Teodoro and Puerto Galera; District II is Calapan City; District III covers Naujan and Victoria; District IV consists of Socorro and Pola; District V comprises the towns of Pinamalayan and Gloria; District VI for Bansud and Bongabong; and District VII  covers Roxas, Mansalay and Bulalacao. 

On June 26, 1988 ORMECO’s power plant was turned over to NAPOCOR in compliance with a memorandum of agreement executed by NEA, NAPOCOR and ORMECO.


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