EPM received an advanced payment due to the Hidroituango contingency.
Following the resignation of Bernardo Vargas Gibsone as president of ISA, some candidates are already being considered for his replacement.
The Energy Transition Law seeks to make the country attractive for investment in unconventional renewable energies.
The Minister of Mines and Energy (MinEnergia), Diego Mesa, spoke about the technical problems in the Cusiana field, but sent a message of tranquility about energy supply.
The National Environmental Licensing Agency (ANLA) granted an environmental license to Isagen's "Guajira II Wind Farm" project.
EPM’s Board of Directors announced the appointment of two new Vice Presidents.
The Ministry of Energy (MinEnergia) gave a balance on the interest in the next renewable energy auction in Colombia.
The Ministry of Energy (MinEnergia) announced Resolution 40279 that outlines the Reference Generation and Transmission Expansion Plan 2020-2034.
Associations of the gas and electricity sector showed their concern for the deficit in energy subsidies for 2022.
The mining company announced an agreement with EDF Renewables to venture into solar energy.
The Ministry of Finance (MinHacienda) announced that EPM has asked the government for two credit authorizations.
The seven departments of the Caribbean coast will become the focus for the development of large-scale energy projects.
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 July this year.
Grupo Energia Bogota (GEB) announced its intention to expand its operations abroad.
The First Civil Decision Chamber of the Superior Court of Medellin made a decision on the freezing of EPM's accounts.