The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) spoke about Colombia’s advances in regulatory energy matters.
The Colombian government continues to look for alternatives to resolve the Electricaribe crisis. Authorities spoke about a new strategy to help the firm.
The National Association of Generating Companies (Andeg) explained why this year was key to reducing the uncertainty caused by delays in Hidroituanguo’s operations.
Colombia and Panama are developing an ambitious interconnection initiative. The ‘mega project’ received positive news from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
Experts spoke about Colombia’s challenges in the energy sector. Here are the details.
The Colombian government promised to boost the development of renewable energy projects in the country. Former Minister of Environment, Carlos Fonseca, spoke on the matter.
Energy costs are increasing, starting to negatively impact inflation metrics in the Caribbean region.
Empresas Publicas de Medellin (EPM) announced its new partner for the development of large-scale renewable energy projects.
Authorities announced new investments for the department of Bolívar, with the aim of improving electricity service in the Caribbean coast.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) gave an update on its ‘Plan 5 Caribe’ initiative. The project aims to improve the energy infrastructure of Colombia’s Caribbean region.
This is how Jesús Cruz and his son went from leveraging organic waste in Barranquilla, to making fertilizer for plants and to potentially generating energy from ‘waste’.
The Bogotá Energy Group (GEB) announced its plans to participate in energy auctions abroad.