Get to Know ANTECO!
A non-stock, non-profit electric cooperative under the supervision of National Electrification Administration (NEA) and the regulation of Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC).
Antique Electric Cooperative, Inc. also known as ANTECO is one of the one hundred and nineteen (119) electric cooperatives in the Philippines and covering sixteen (16) out of eighteen (18) municipalities of the province of Antique.
Classification: Mega Large Electric Cooperative (April 2017-present)
Categorization: A+ Electric Cooperative (1998 - 2012), AAA Electric Cooperative (2013 - present)
Work Force: 119 Employees (April 2017)
Total Membership: 112,884 (April 2018)
ANTIQUE ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC., otherwise known as ANTECO, was established on December 10, 1972 based on the provision of Presidential Decree No. 269 as amended. ANTECO, a non-stock and non-profit electric cooperative, started without a single centavo where the National Electrification Administration (NEA) extended the initial capital. ANTECO started its operation through rural electrification on March 17, 1977.
ANTECO, which is owned by the consumers it served has been lighting up Antiqueños homes for more than 30 years. ANTECO, at present, is one of the one hundred and nineteen (119) Electric Cooperatives in the Philippines providing power in the rural areas of the country through a franchise coverage area.
A world-class ANTECO by 2028
To provide reliable, sufficient power supply and quality services at reasonable rates towards customer satisfaction
As a person, I do what I say and deliver what I promise.
I choose to do what is right even when no one sees me, even when no one tells me, even nothing compels me. We earn the trust and respect of our consumers and colleagues by being open, honest and honorable in all we say and do.
We use our head with our heart before our hands so that we achieve the most with what we have.
We work and maintain quality customer satisfaction.
I make my work and behavior show the best in me in order to bring out the best in others.
We work as a team in which everyone is united to reach our personal and corporate goals through cooperation and mutual loyalty. We complement each other in service, feeling fulfilled in all that we do together.
We work with tenacity.
The Team of ANTECO
|GIL O. ALIAN
Belison - Patnongon District
| RANDY M. TACOGDOY
San Jose de Buenavista District
| FE M. SANDOY
| VICENTE M. PAINAGA JR.
San Remigio - Valderrama District
| ALBERTO J. CHAVOSO
Culasi - Sebaste - Caluya District
|VICENTE L. LATAQUIN
Barbaza - Tibiao District
| DIGNA TAGLE
| JOHN WILTON M. PACETE
Bugasong - Lauan District
| WILNA A. CABASAN
Tobias Fornier - Anini-y District
| ENGR. LUDOVICO D. LIM
Ex-Offico Member, General Manager
|ENGR. LUDOVICO D. LIM
|MARIA LYNN S. LOTILLA
Officer-in-Charge, Institutional Services Department
| EUGENE CERVERA
Finance Services Department Manager
| ENGR. NEAL PETER C. VEÑEGAS
Technical Services Department Manager
|ENGR. ARTHUR BESAS
Line Services Division Chief
Consumers Account Division Chief
| BENJIE JOSE DECENA
Culasi - Sebaste
Tibiao - Barbaza - Part of Laua-an
| JERRY VALENZUELA
Part of Laua-an - Valderrama - Bugasong
Belison - Patnongon
| ARNOLD GARCESA
Sibalom - San Remegio
| REYNALDO MAGABILIN
|JOHN CARLO CAMACHO
Anini-y - Tobias Fornier
| CHERRYLENE MARINA
Barbaza Area Office
Belison Area Office
| ROSA CASTILLON
Bugasong Area Office
Culasi Area Office
| MERLE FLORES
Hamtic Area Office
| ANNIE RAFOLS
Sibalom Area Office
T.A. Fornier Area Office
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