MORE Electric and Power Corporation Inc. has not only gone digital, but paperless as well. In a recent post, the distribution utility announced that consumers can now do so much via the MORE Power website, www.morepower.com.ph. Consumers can:
- View application requirements and download application forms
- Update customer information and receive online billing
- Pay online via accredited third-party payment centers
In a more recent post, MORE stressed that consumers can receive their power bill via email. Consumers can just send their email address via Facebook Messenger or by filling up the customer data sheet available at the MORE Power customer service office, or via the MORE Power website.
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MORE Power Keen on Modernization
It may be recalled that MORE has the support of the Iloilo Economic Development Foundation (ILEDF), Iloilo City’s prime business group, after the distribution utility (DU) launched its Php 1.8 billion modernization program, an initiative that will eventually phase out inefficiencies in the facility.
MORE is keen on its modernization efforts that include the installation of new electric meters, replacement of electric poles, transformers, conductors, and improvement in substation facilities. MORE Power President and Chief Operating Officer Roel Z. Castro revealed that the modernization program will cut system losses as well as provide cheaper and safer electricity supply.