ERC urged to resolve squabbles - The Standard

THE Energy Department is urging the Energy Regulatory Commission to resolve their internal differences to avoid delays and inconveniences to the public and the power industry. “The delays incurred by the ERC must be addressed immediately. We cannot ...

Bid and breakfast - Inquirer.net

As congressmen fight to death in public to defend their concubines, our beloved lawmakers ended the investigation of big issues in the ERC—rather abruptly. As a result, one issue that would subside soon would be the controversial CSP, or the ...

No squabbling, DoE's Cusi urges ERC - BusinessWorld Online Edition

THE Energy secretary met with commissioners of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) on Tuesday “to address the concerns of the public and the electricity industry sector,” the Department of Energy (DoE) said in a statement. “I don't know how you'll ...

ERC commissioners turn against Chair Salazar over appointments - BusinessWorld Online Edition

ALL four commissioners of the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) on Wednesday filed a complaint before the Civil Service Commission (CSC) against their chairman, Jose Vicente B. Salazar, in connection with his appointments without their approval.

ERC chair charged over 'unauthorized' appointments, reassignments - Philippine Star

ERC commissioners say ERC chairman Salazar's appointments and reassignments were done without the commission's concurrence. ERC, release. MANILA, Philippines — Energy Regulatory Commission chairman Jose Vicente Salazar is facing an ...

Cusi plays trouble shooter role in raging ERC power squabble - Business Mirror

Energy Secretary Alfonso G. Cusi said on Wednesday that he recently met with the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) commissioners to address the concerns raised by the public, and the electricity industry sector as well. These concerns were not made ...

ERC chair Salazar sued for misconduct by colleagues - Inquirer.net

Commissioners in the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) on Wednesday sued their chairperson Jose Vicente Salazar for dishonesty, oppression and grave misconduct for appointing officials without the consent of his colleagues. Salazar is in hot water ...