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Utilities Bill Demo with Customer Defined Price- Cernan Store
This is Demo of Common Utilities like water, power, internet etc.
On October 20, 1902, during the American Colonial Period, the Second Philippine Commission began accepting bids to operate Manila’s electric tramway, and by extension, providing electricity to the city and its suburbs. Detroit entrepreneur Charles M. Swift was the sole bidder and on March 24, 1903, was granted the original basic franchise of the Manila Electric Company. March 24 thus is marked annually as the company’s anniversary.
The Manila Electric Company acquired both La Electricista and the Compañía de los Tranvías de Filipinas, a firm that ran Manila’s horse-drawn tramways which was founded in 1882. Construction on the electric tramway began that same year. In addition to acquiring La Electricista’s Calle San Sebastian power plant, the company built its own steam generating plant on Isla Provisora (later becoming the Manila Thermal Power Plant), which powered the tram system and eventually also the electric service. By 1906, the Manila Electric Company’s annual power output capacity was around eight million kWh.
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