Energy Nov 29, 2021 6:46 PM
The Institute for Planning and Promotion of Energy Solutions for Non-Interconnected Zones (IPSE) reported energy consumption in the country’s non-interconnected zones (ZNI) in October this year.
The entity said that the daily energy demand for these zones was 35,14MWh in October, 5.9% more compared to same period last year, Valora Analitik reported.
It is important to recall that the entity focuses on the quality and availability of electrical energy service, in 111 localities.
The IPSE highlighted that 52% of the energy generated in the ZNI is concentrated in San Andres and approximately 3% of the energy registered corresponds to localities with consumption of less than 100,000kWh.
During October, 11 alarms were reported for non-provision of service; however, service was reestablished in 17 locations.
Bottom-Line: It is positive to see that the upward trend in energy demand in the ZNI continues, demonstrating that the new generation sources are meeting energy needs in a timely manner.