The Bogotá Energy Group (GEB) announced its operational and financial performance for 1Q21.
Grupo Renovatio and ABO Wind announced a power purchase and sale agreement (PPA) for a 19.9 MW solar farm in Colombia.
Representatives of the government and energy sector discussed the challenges Colombia faces in terms of energy transition.
Barranquilla announced a strategy to install solar panels in public buildings.
Nir Adam Sella, Head of Israel's Economic Mission in Colombia, spoke about Israel's experience in energy transition, and gave some advice to Colombia to move forward in this process.
The Government published the pre-bidding documents for the public tender of the Pasacaballos 220 kilovolt (kV) substation and associated transmission lines.
Afina, a subsidiary of EPM, announced a campaign to improve the quality and reliability of the service in the Caribbean region.
Luis Barallat, Director and Senior partner of Boston Consulting Group, spoke about green hydrogen in Colombia.
Authorities allocated resources from the General Royalties System (SGR) to develop electricity projects in several regions of the country.
The Colectora project is presenting delays due to social issues.
The delay for the entry into commercial operation of Hidroituango continues and there are no clear signals of progress.
Wind and solar projects in the Colombian Caribbean are progressing satisfactorily, representing great opportunities for the region.
FENALCO and ANDI announced the number of Electric Vehicles (EV) registered in April this year.
Air-e joined the Global Compact, the world's largest corporate citizenship initiative with a commitment to building a sustainable future.
ANDI organized the forum 'Accelerating the Energy Transition' with the participation of experts from the sector.
The Minister of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) Diego Mesa spoke about the fundamental role that the energy sector plays for the country and the progress made in sustainable economic reactivation.
Experts from the energy sector spoke about the energy transition process in Colombia.
S&P Global Ratings announced the downgrade rating of more than five Colombian entities due to the loss of investment grade.
Naturgas’ Andrés Sarmiento spoke about the need to include green taxes in the new tax reform.
The government is making progress in drawing up the map for incorporating hydrogen into its energy basket.
The Forjando Futuros Foundation and the Inter-Church Commission for Justice and Peace presented a formal complaint to the administrative courts against the EPM Corporate Governance.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) spoke about the protests and their effect on energy demand.
Grupo Energía Bogotá (GEB) spoke about its investment plans in the country and Latin America.
The National University conducted a study on social participation in the processes for hydroelectric licenses.
Celsia announced its investments in renewable energies y and other segments during 1Q21.
An investigation on the effects of the phenomenon of "El Niño" and "La Niña" talked about the effects of these phenomena in the different regions of the country.
EPM presented its 2020 achievements with positive advances despite the pandemic.
XM, operator of the National Interconnected System (SIN) and administrator of the Wholesale Energy Market (MEM), reported on the behavior of this metric in April 2021.
The Colombian government is preparing to issue its first green bonds in the second half of 2021.
Compliance with the goals of the Paris Agreements would generate benefits for the demand for minerals in the coming decades.
An assessment published by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) announced a new climate goal.
Barranquilla and the Atlántico department are positioned as an attractive destination for investments in generation projects with unconventional renewable sources in Colombia.
The alliance between the CuencaVerde Corporation and EPM has generated positive results on environmental issues in the last six years.
Celsia, energy company of the Argos Group, reported its results for the first quarter of this year.
Swiss investment bank UBS spoke about one of the Colombian government's options to solve its fiscal problem: the sale of ISA's equity stake to Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC).
The Superintendency of Public and Home Services (Superservicios) ratified a fine on EPM.
Barranquilla is considered one of the areas with the greatest potential in Colombia to develop renewable energy projects.
An external audit contracted by XM said that the entry into operation of Hidroituango would be in September 2023.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) talked about a possible generalized power outage in Colombia.
Isagen announced an agreement to develop a new wind project in La Guajira.
A group of inhabitants, who identified themselves as affected by Hidroituango, joined the day of protests in the department.
Inhabitants of the Community Councils of La Toma, Pureto and La Meseta denounced an alleged breach of the CELSIA La Salvajina Dam environmental management plan.
XM, the operator of the National Interconnected System (SIN), announced the average water level of reservoirs behind power dams in Colombia.
The Ministry of the Environment (MinAmbiente) announced the completion of the Colombia’s Long-Term Climate Strategy E2050.
EPM commented on the roadblocks near Hidroituango.
ISA S.A. E.S.P (BVC: ISA) reported its first quarter 2021 results.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) announced a new date for the third energy auction of long-term contracts.
AngloGold Ashanti conducts research and prepares native species for planting.
The company reported results for the first quarter of this year.
Enel Colombia CEO, Lucio Rubio, spoke about battery storage and renewable energies in the country.
Mastercard announced a “Covid and environment” survey that measures changes in behavior and perception from Covid-19.
The National Association for Sustainable Mobility (Andemos) published its monthly report on the behavior of the hybrid and electric vehicle market in April 2021. Here are the details.
Celsia spoke about the benefits of Termoelectrica Tesorito in its areas of influence.
The EPM Board of Directors approved the appointment of three women to the company's executive team.
The Minister of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia), Diego Mesa, explained and defended the possibility of taxing solar panels with VAT.
AES Colombia announced its investment plan and new projects through 2030 in the country.
Celsia expressed its concern about the manipulation of the electrical infrastructure in Buenaventura.
OPL and Auteco Mobility announced an alliance to boost Electric Vehicles (EV) in Colombia.
EPM spoke about the results of the EPM-UNDP alliance.
César Arias, Director of Public Credit at the Ministry of Finance (MinHacienda), spoke about the next sustainable bond issue in the country.
Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC) and Unired announced the seventh call for the ‘InnovaTe Generando Valor’ contest.
The Porvenir fund reported its sustainability progress under GRI standards.