Republic of the Philippines

ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION

A world class and independent electric power industry regulator that equitably promotes and protects the interests of consumers and other stakeholders, to enable the delivery of long-term benefits that contribute to sustained economic growth and an improved quality of life.


Transparency Seal

ERC Compliance with Sec. 93 (Transparency Seal) R.A. No. 10155 (General Appropriations Act FY 2012)

I. The agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information
      a. The agency’s mandates and functions
      b. Position, designation and contact information

II. Annual Report
      a. Statement of Allotment, Obligation and Balances
           Current Year's Allotment:
  1. FY 2018 (1ST QTR) (2ND QTR) (3RD QTR)
  2. FY 2017 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR,as of Sept. 30, 2017, as of Dec. 2017)
  3. FY 2016 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  4. FY 2015 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  5. FY 2014 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  6. FY 2013 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  7. FY 2012 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
   Continuing Appropriations:
  1. FY 2018 (1ST QTR) (2ND QTR) (3RD QTR)
  2. FY 2017 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR) as of Sept. 30, 2017, as of Dec. 2017)
  3. FY 2016 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  4. FY 2015 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  5. FY 2014 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  6. FY 2013 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  7. FY 2012 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
     b. Disbursement
  1. Report of Disbursements - Jan. to March 2018 April 2018, July to September 2018
  2.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2017July to September 2017, October to December 2017
  3.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2016
  4.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2015
  5.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2014
  6.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2013
  7.  Report of Disbursements - FY 2012
      c. Physical Plan
  1. FY 2018 (1st QTR) (2ND QTR)
  2. FY 2017
  3. FY 2016
  4. FY 2015
  5. FY 2014
  6. FY 2013
  7. FY 2012
  8. FY 2011
      d. Financial Report of Operation
  1. FY 2018 (1ST QTR) (2ND QTR) (3RD QTR)
  2. FY 2017 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, for the QTR ending Sept. 30, 2017) QTR ending December 31, 2017)
  3. FY 2016 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  4. FY 2015 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR,3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  5. FY 2014 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  6. FY 2013 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  7. FY 2012 (1ST QTR, 2ND QTR, 3RD QTR, and 4TH QTR)
  8. FY 2011
      e. Report of Income
  1. FY 2018 1ST QTR  2ND QTR 3RD QTR
  2. FY 2017  QTR Ending December 31, 2017      
  3. FY 2016
  4. FY 2015
  5. FY 2014
  6. FY 2013
  7. FY 2012      
       f. Budget
  1. FY 2018
  2. FY 2017
  3. FY 2016
  4. FY 2015

III. ERC approved budgets and Corresponding Targets
      a. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-1 AO25)
      b. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-2 AO25)
      c. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-1)
      d. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-1) ERC version
      e. MFO Accountability Report Card 2013 (MARC-1)
      f. 
MFO Accountability Report Card 2013 (MARC-2)
      g. Performance Indicators and Performance Targets 2013
      h. Final Approved Form A for 2013 PBB
       i. Performance Indicators and Performance Targets 2014
       j. Final Approved Form A for 2014 PBB
      k. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-1 AO25 - 2014)
      l.  Management  Accountability Report Card (MARC-2 AO25 - 2014)
     m. MFO Accountability Report Card (MARC-1 AO25 - 2015)
      n. Management  Accountability Report Card (MARC-2 AO25 - 2015)

IV. Major programs and projects categorized in accordance with five key result areas under E.O. No. 43, s.2011

  1. FY 2017
  2. FY 2016
  3. FY 2015
  4. FY 2014
  5. FY 2013
  6. FY 2012

V. The program/projects beneficiaries as identified in the applicable special provisions -NA

VI. Status of implementation and program/project evaluation and/or assessment reports -NA

VII. Annual Procurement Plan, Contracts awarded and the name of contractors/ suppliers/ consultants
      a. Annual Procurement Plan
         1. Annual Procurement Plan (FY 2013, FY 2014, FY 2015, As of July 2015, As of November 2015, FY 2016, FY 2017, 1st Update - FY 2017, 2nd Update - FY 2017
, 3rd Update - FY 2017, 4th Update - FY 2017, 5th Update FY 2017, 6th Update FY 2017, 2018)
         2. Common Office Supplies (FY 2013, FY 2014, FY 2017, FY2018, FY2019
         3. Supplemental Budget FY 2013, FY 2014, FY 2017, 2nd Supplemental 2017)
        4. Human Resource Development, Gender and Development, Senior Citizens and Person With Disability (FY 2014)
     b. Contracts awarded and the name of contractors/suppliers/consultants

VIII. Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicator (APCPI)

IX. Citizen's Charter


X. Certification of Compliance

     a. PBB 2018
          1. CSC Acknowledgement Receipt of SALN 2017
          2. List of Non-Filers of SALN for 2017

          3. SALN Presidential Appointee 2018
          4. Summary List of SALN Filers 2017
          5. Transmittal Letter to CSC SALN 2017
     b.
PBB 2017

         
1. Report of Ageing Cash Advances
     c. PBB 2016
         
1. Report of Ageing Cash Advances
     d.
PBB 2015
         
1. Philgeps Posting
          2. Report of Ageing Cash Advances    
     e. PBB 2014
          1. Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN)
          2. Joint SALNs
          3. Philgeps Posting
          4. Report of Ageing Cash Advances
     f. PBB 2013
          1. Transparency Seal
          2. Service Guide-Citizen's Charter, Sec. 6 of R.A. 9485 (ARTA)
          3. Philgeps Posting
          4. Report on Ageing of Cash Advances
          5. Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth

XI. a. 2015 PBB Criteria for Ranking of Delivery Units and Employees
      b. 2016 PBB Criteria for Ranking of Delivery Units
      c. 2017 PBB Criteria for Ranking of Delivery Units 

 

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This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right direction towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient – a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.

Today at ERC
Thursday, November 15, 2018

Hearing Schedules
Time:
09:00
Case No.:
2018-069 RC [EX] [PT]
Applicant:
CEBECO I
Venue:
ERC Mindanao Field Office, Mezzanine Floor, Mintrade Building, Monteverde Avenue corner Sales Street, Davao City
Title:
In the Matter of the 8th Application for the True - Up Adjustments of Fuel and Purchased Power Costs (TAFPPC), and Foreign Exchange - Related Costs (TAFxA) Under the Rules for the Automatic Recovery of Monthly Fuel and Purchased Power Costs and Foreign Exchange - Related Costs by the National Power Corporation, As Amended
Time:
09:00
Case No.:
2018-005 RM (CANCELLED) [Pubcon]
Applicant:
NGCP (CANCELLED)
Venue:
ERC Hearing Room (15th floor) - CANCELLED
Title:
In the Matter of the Petition for the Approval of Amended Ancillary Services - Cost Recovery Mechanism (CANCELLED)
Time:
09:00
Case No.:
2018-005 RM (CANCELLED) [Pubcon]
Applicant:
NGCP (CANCELLED)
Venue:
ERC Hearing Room (15th floor) - CANCELLED
Title:
In the Matter of the Petition for the Approval of Amended Ancillary Services - Cost Recovery Mechanism (CANCELLED)
Time:
10:00
Case No.:
2018-069 RC [PT] [EV]
Applicant:
PSALM
Venue:
ERC Hearing Room (15th floor)
Title:
In the Matter of the 8th Application for the True - Up Adjustments of Fuel and Purchased Power Costs (TAFPPC), and Foreign Exchange - Related Costs (TAFxA) Under the Rules for the Automatic Recovery of Monthly Fuel and Purchased Power Costs and Foreign Exchange - Related Costs by the National Power Corporation, As Amended
Time:
14:00
Case No.:
2018-078 RC [JU] [EX] [PT] [EV]
Applicant:
CASURECO III & SMEC
Venue:
CASURECO III's Main Office, San Isidro, Iriga City, Camarines Sur
Title:
In the Matter of the Joint Application for Approval for the Power Supply Contract Entered Into by and Between Camarines Sur III Electric Cooperative Inc. (CASURECO III) and San Miguel Energy Corporation (SMEC), with Prayer for Provisional Authority and Confidential Treatment of Information (Lot 2) (7 years)
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