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MORE Power energizes ship to house COVID frontliners

first_imgShip Capt. John B. Lacson will temporarily house frontliners battling the coronavirus disease 2019 in Iloilo City. MORE Electric and Power Corp. has completed energizing it. Among the facilities installed by MORE Power included an electric post, three 75 kVA transformers, a primary line, a service line, and an electric meter. The city government resolved to use the vessel to house workers from the City Health Office, Public Safety and Transportation Management Office, City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, and Iloilo City Emergency Response Team – all at the forefront of implementing the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) protocols to battle COVID-19. The vessel, owned by JBL Maritime Foundation, is currently anchored at the Iloilo River Wharf along the street of Muelle Loney. Among the facilities installed by MORE Power included an electric post, three 75 kVA transformers, a primary line, a service line, and an electric meter.center_img ILOILO City – MORE Electric and Power Corp.(MORE Power) has completed energizing the vessel Capt. John B. Lacson that will be used as temporary shelter forcoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic frontliners in this city. Now fully energized, the vessel is ready for the use of the frontliners./PNlast_img

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