United are unbeaten in nine games, following Thursday’s 3-0 FA Cup win at Derby, and will now look to boost their Champions League qualification prospects when City visit Old Trafford on Sunday.Advertisement Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is counting on a derby classic against Manchester City on Sunday. Solskjaer said: “They will feel confident. They have hit form, they are playing well. They have just been to the Bernabeu, winning there as well, and won the cup final. Read Also:Solskjaer frustrated over scheduling ahead of Manchester derby “So I am sure they will play their game, we will play our game, and hopefully it will be a good one. Let’s hope it will be a 4-3, like we have seen before. There have been many classics. We will do what we can to make it a classic.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content6 Great Ancient Mysteries That Make China Worth VisitingA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindMeet The Happiest Shiba Inu On Instagram!Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Shows That Went From “Funny” To “Why Am I Watching This”Who Earns More Than Ronaldo?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?Dazzling Wedding Looks From Different Countries In The WorldA Little Cafe For Animal Lovers That You Will Never Want To Leave14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now
* legislative franchise “PECO does not have a legislative franchise and CPCN to continue legally operating,” Treñas pointed out. His Executive Order No. 71 on such was served yesterday by the Business Permits and Licensing Office (BPLO) to PECO’s business office on General Luna Street. The BPLO personnel who served to PECO the executive order was assisted by the Public Safety and Transportation Management Office and Iloilo City Police Office. Congress instead granted the franchise to new power distribution utility MORE Electric and Power Corp. (MORE Power). President Rodrigo Duterte signed the franchise law (Republic Act 11212) on Feb. 14, 2019. Such denial of PECO’s motions, according to Judge Emerald K. Requina-Contreras, aimed to “avoid any further confusion” among consumers as to which entity is now the rightful power distribution utility in Iloilo City. The order, dated May 8, was “effective immediately.” ILOILO City – Mayor Jerry Treñas has revoked the business permit of Panay Electric Co. (PECO). “I understand that there are still legal remedies being undertaken by PECO, but until then, the court leaves it to the ERC the matters which is no longer within the ambit of the court’s jurisdiction. The court recognizes the Energy Regulatory Commission as the lone quasi-judicial entity which has the sole jurisdiction over the operation of electric distribution utilities,” stressed Contreras. In making the ruling, Contreras cited the ERC decision (March 5, 2020) to revoke PECO’s CPCN and instead grant a provisional authority to MORE Power to operate a power distribution network. Its five sub-transmission line substations in as many districts (in Barangay Baldoza, La Paz; Barangay Tabuc Suba, Jaro; Barangay Bolilao, Mandurriao; Barangay Avanceña, Molo;, and General Luna Street, City Proper) were taken over by MORE Power on Feb. 28 this year. In another blow to PECO, the Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 23 hearing the expropriation case that MORE Power filed against PECO denied PECO’s motions questioning MORE Power’s takeover of the latter’s power distribution assets. In this city, a private power distribution utility is required to have the following: PECO’s CPCN was also revoked by ERC. The Commission instead granted it to MORE Power. * Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) issued by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) pursuant to Republic Act No. 9136 (Electric Power Industry Reform Act of 2001) PECO was established in 1923 and served the consumers of Iloilo City for 96 years. In recent years, PECO was besieged with complaints from consumers such as erroneous billing, poor customer relations, high rates, and frequent brownouts./PN PECO’s franchise expired on Jan. 19, 2019 and it failed to secure an extension or a new one from Congress.
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi : In the first two weeks of the tournament, the real winnner has undoubtedly been ‘rain’ and has already made history with most rain-affected matches. On Thursday, the much-awaited game between two undefeated teams in the fray so far – India and New Zealand – was abandoned at Trent Bridge. In the last seven games, four have been washed out and the fans have directed their frustration at the International Cricket Council.The international body has also been criticised for not keeping reserve days though it has said in defence that keeping reserve days for each match was not feasible for logistical concerns. Meanwhile, as the fans were becoming impatient with the turn of things in England which has seen a more than average rainfall this June, megastar Amitabh Bachchan has come out with a funny take.Citing the lack of rain in India at the moment and the growing water crisis, the 76-year-old actor tweeted saying it would be a good idea to shift the World Cup to here since the country needs rain at the moment. Although monsoon has officially hit the Indian shores this season, yet the high temperature across the country has made lives miserable.Here’s the tweet:
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) sent a high level delegation led by Mr. Almamy Kabele Camara, the CAF 2nd Vice President and Chairman of CAF Organising Committee of CHAN, and accompanied by CAF Deputy Secretary General, Mr. Essam Ahmed, and CHAN 2014 CAF Event Director, Mr. Amr Fahmy to conduct host cities inspections for the 3rd Edition of the African Nations Championship (Orange CHAN 2014) which will take place at the 3 Host Cities; Cape Town, Mangaung (Bloemfontein), and Polokwane between 11 January and 1 February, 2014.Accompanying the CAF delegation was the Local Organising Committee led by the CEO, Mr. Mvuzo Mbebe. The team conducted inspections at facilities and sites such as stadiums, training sites, and hotels, to determine the state of readiness and to confirm minimum requirements stipulated by CAF to host a tournament of this nature.Addressing the joint CAF/LOC media conference held at the OR Tambo Southern Sun Hotel, Mr. Kabele Camara expressed his full satisfaction and confidence in the 3 cities and their readiness when he said: “I could not have expected anything less from South Africa and the 3 cities as your country has a proven track record in hosting successful international events. With 162 Days to go today, the LOC and the 3 host cities are already hard at work in ensuring that CHAN lives up to the same standard recently witnessed when the country hosted Orange AFCON 2013. We visited and conducted a detailed inspection of the competition areas in the stadium including training sites, media operations, hospitality areas, as well as team, referees, media and CAF hotels. Judging by the state of preparedness and readiness, I can assure you that these cities are preparing for an excitement football tournament that will once again make your country and the continent proud. I only have good news to report back to the CAF President, Mr. Issa Hayatou”. The CEO of the LOC, said: “We are not going to let the success of Orange AFCON 2013 get into our heads and we are not taking anything for granted. We are applying the same formula we used during AFCON as well as the lessons learnt to make sure that Orange CHAN 2014 delivers in accordance with our objectives as well as CAF expectations. We are still going to return to the host cities for another round of visits as the LOC, at the end of August and again in November, together with CAF again. This is how serious we take this competition.We also share the same sentiments expressed by the CAF Vice President and Deputy Secretary General of CAF and we are pleased with what we have seen so far.”