Following the brunt of Super Typhoon Rolly, 24 transmission lines remain up for restoration, according to the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines as of 10AM. Operations of all other lines have been restored.
Quezon I Electric Cooperative
- Gumaca-Lopez 69kV Line
Camarines Sur I Electric Cooperative
- Naga-Libmanan 69kV Line
Camarines Sur II/IV Electric Cooperatives
- Naga-Lagonoy 69kV Line
- Naga-Tinambac 69kV Line
Camarines Sur III Electric Cooperative
- Naga-Iriga 69kV Line
Albay Power and Energy Corporation
- Ligao-Dunao 69kV Line
- Daraga-Ligao 69kV Line
- Daraga-Legazpi 69kV Line
- Daraga-Sto. Domingo 69kV Line
Sorsogon I/II Electric Cooperatives
- Daraga-Sorsogon 69kV Line
- Sorsogon-Bulan 69kV Line
- Sorsogon-Sorsogon 69kV Line
In addition, 11 230kV lines and one 350kV line in the said areas remain unavailable.
The DOE has also declared a prize freeze on LPG and kersosene products in Camarines Sur until November 16 and in Cavite until November 15. Both provinces are under a state of calamity.
Photo from Agence France-Presse via ABS-CBNNews.com.