Lying along the northwestern coast of Davao Bay, Davao Light's franchise area covers Davao City and Davao del Norte's Panabo City and the municipalities of Carmen, Dujali, and Sto. Tomas. The franchise's total land area of 3,561 square kilometers encloses 264 barangays with 297,862 households. As of the year 2009, 100 percent of the barangays and 97 percent of the total households are now experiencing the convenience and benefits brought about by electricity.
The electric distribution lines of Davao Light extend to the farthest limits of its franchise. To the north, it has reached the boundaries of Tagum City while to the south, it has extended to the town of Toril and beyond. The main power lines line along the eastern coastline of Davao City that covers the main center of the population along with its commercial and industrial activities. To the west, lines have stretched to Calinan Valley up to the foothills of Mount Apo.¬†Historically increasing at a rate of about 3 percent annually for the first half of the nineties, latest population statistics show that its combined household population is 1.69 million. Davao City, considered to be the largest city in the world in terms of land area, estimates its inhabitants to be 1.36 million on 2,445 square kilometers of land.
A joint study conducted by the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) show that Davao City is the most competitive among the country's cities.¬† This seconds Asiaweek Magazine's livability survey conducted in recent year's proclaiming Davao City as the most livable city in the Philippines and the 17th in Asia.¬†
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 February 2011 11:03 )
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