PEPCO working on multi-pronged strategy to provide protection to consumers, employees from mishap.
ISLAMABAD, 11 June, 2009 (Frontier Star) --- Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO PEPCO Potomac Electric Power Company (Washington, DC, USA)
PEPCO Pakistan Electric Power Company
PEPCO Professional Electric Products Company ) has said that PEPCO was working on multi pronged prong
1. A thin, pointed, projecting part: a pitchfork with four prongs.
2. A branch; a fork: the two prongs of a river.
tr.v. strategy plan to provide safety to its respective consumers and employees from all unsafe and safe mishaps. Spokesman PEPCO in a statement issued here on Thursday said that PEPCO was strictly working on its System Safety Program via its distribution companies. He said that System Safety Program included replacing and repair of old and damaged cables and monitoring of equipments and devices. On the other hand PEPCO has also launched its public awareness campaign via PEPCO Media forum and media in order to inform the general public about the precautionary pre·cau·tion·ar·y also pre·cau·tion·al
Of, relating to, or constituting a precaution: taking precautionary measures; gave precautionary advice.
Adj. 1. measures on the occasion of any incident. Spokesman said that PEPCO Line Staff was also being equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and devices in order to ensure smooth power supply and effective load management. He said that demand of electricity on 10th June 2009 was recorded 15694 MW and PEPCO has effectively tackled shortfall of 2315MW as compared to previous year shortfall on the same day was 4251 MW. He further said that electricity of 680 MW has been supplied to Karachi Electric Supply Corporation Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) is a privately owned public utility company. It was incorporated on 13 th September 1913. The Corporation was originally in private hands, but the Government of Pakistan took control of the Corporation by acquiring majority share holdings while it was 520 MW in the previous year on same day.
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