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Byline: Marites S. Villamor
CEBU CITY - Energy officials have painted an optimistic power outlook for the Visayas but apparently disregarded factors such as an expected surge in demand from a new growth hub in the city.
The National Grid Corp. of the Philippines (NGCP), in a presentation to local businessmen last week, said power from the Cebu-Negros-Panay grid was expected to turn sufficient in the next two months provided all plants run at full capacity.
With new plants expected to be completed starting February next year, the region is also expected to experience a respite from power outages, NGCP assistant vice-president Crispin D. Lamayan said.…