A Financing Company Owned by the Electric Cooperatives in the Philippines
August 4, 2018 at Chardonnay by Astoria, Pasig City
The Rural Electrification Financing Corporation (REFC) showcases its new product, the leasing service facility, with the Leyte V Electric Cooperative, Inc. (LEYECO V) as
The Southern Cotabato II Electric Cooperative, Inc. (SOCOTECO II) becomes the 102nd member-investor of the Rural Electrification Financing Corporation (REFC), the financial arm of
The Cantigas Mini-Hydro Power Corporation, the subsidiary of Romblon Electric Cooperative, Inc. (ROMELCO) has reinvested another Php 1 Million into the Rural Electrification Financing
The availability of funds is an integral part of a financing firm as it caters to the needs of its clientele. The Rural Electrification
Running an Electric Cooperative (EC) is not an easy task especially when your coverage area is in the typhoon zone of the country. This
The newly constituted Board of Directors after the Annual Stockholders’ Meeting of the Rural Electrification Financing Corporation (REFC) has started its 2017-2018 term with
A privately owned stock corporation registered with SEC under REG# A200100734, organized in September 2000 by a group of Electric Cooperative leaders to provide for an alternative source of financing services to the Electric Cooperatives.
Who owns REFC
Presently, REFC is owned by 105 electric cooperatives and National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).