The Middle Magdalena region currently hosts the development of eight solar projects, key for diversification of the national energy matrix.
The Hidroituango crisis raised concerns about the energy supply for the coming years in the country. Diego Mesa, Vice Minister of Mines and Energy, sent a message of tranquility on this subject.
The Ministry of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia) announced the program “Colombia E2: Entrepreneurship for Energy” a couple of months ago. The entity talked about this program and announced more flexible participation requirements.
Medellín authorities and the Bolivariana University (UPB) created an innovative proposal to store and re-use the energy generated by trains when they stop.