SPUG


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SPUGSmall Power Utilities Group (Philippines)
SPUGSingapore Palm Users' Group
SPUGSeattle Perl Users Group (Washington)
SPUGSociety for the Protection of Ugly Goblins (Harry Potter)
SPUGSpace Port User Group (computer user group; Alamogordo, NM)
SPUGState Purchasing Users Group (Ohio)
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Napocor SPUG said this covered six barangays with more than 500 connected households in Balabac.
Surprisingly, there is no mention of SPUG and missionary electrification in the bill.
As mandated by Republic Act 9136 or the Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001, Napocor performs missionary electrification through its Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) and provides associated power delivery systems in areas not connected to the main grid.
In2017 NPCsaid itoperates275small power utilities group (SPUG) plantsin 189 municipaliA!ties across 34 provinces in the country.
Robert Tilmouth, 53, who works in a newsagents shop in Waterloo Road, said today: "I knew him as Spug.
For instance, in the Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) domain of state-run National Power Corporation, about P2.5 billion worth of cost savings had been penciled in by the European Union (EU) - if hybrid deployments could be instituted, even if it is just in five major islands of the country alone.
The higher missionary electrification subsidy would sufficiently cover the estimated requirements for areas served by NPC-Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG), New Power Providers (NPP) and Qualified Third Parties (QTPs) in off-grid areas.
'The establishing of the new and bigger Napocor-SPUG Bohol mini grid office does not only mean that Napocor is here to stay, but it also signifies our commitment to provide efficient service and be Bohol's partner in progress,' Napocor Vice President for SPUG Edmundo Veloso said.
NPC has emphasized that it will distribute 62 more gensets in jurisdictions of the Small Power Utilities Group (SPUG) that takes the core of its residual function following the privatization of the bulk of its power assets.