Reacting to the possible occurrence of power crisis, Aquino said that overpriced electricity and lack of electricity was due to the political concerns of National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR).
What does NPC stand for?
NPC stands for National Power Corporation (Philippines)
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- National Police Certificate (Australia)
- National Policy Committee (ANSI)
- National Policy Conference (various organizations)
- National Policy Council (AARP)
- National Polytechnic College (California)
- National Population Census (various nations)
- National Postgraduate Committee (UK)
- National Potato Council
- National Poverty Center (University of Michigan)
- National Power Company (various nations)
- National Prescribing Centre (UK)
- National Presidential Caucus
- National Press Club
- National Productivity Corporation (Malaysia)
- National Productivity Council (India)
- National Protection Center
- National Prototype Center
- National Provincial Championship (New Zealand)
- Nationalist People's Coalition (Philippines)
- Native Plant Center (various locations)
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According to IFT, Philippine Department of Energy (DOE)-owned company National Power Corporation will manage the program, which will include the consumption of approximately 7,500 tons of fuel.
About First National Power First National Power Corporation is a fully reporting Public Corporation listed on the NASDAQ Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTC/BB) under the trading symbol CSNI (formerly CITC and CILC).
The National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR), the country's major generator of electricity, plans to build two transmission lines through the island that will traverse the Pangasugan mountains.
45) will be the sole source of gas for the generation of 3,000 megawatts of electricity, to be taken up by the National Power Corporation (1,500 MW), the main power generator in the Philippines and Meralco (1,500 MW), the main distributor of electricity in metro Manila.
Mr Estrada has ordered an inspection of the assets of the government-owned National Power Corporation (Napocor) as an initial step to its full privatisation.