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The country is seeing investment in energy projects slacken off after the sector saw large volumes disbursed in 2015.
The developer of a public lighting project in Colombia's Norte de Santander department will be exempt from value-added tax.
Elsewhere in Colombia, utility Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM) - which provides water, electricity and gas services to the Antioquia department - became entangled in the Paradise Papers leak, which exposed secretive tax havens of public figures and companies.
Twelve power projects are scheduled to come online in the Dominican Republic in the coming years, adding an estimated 1,192MW to the country's generation park.
The government has ordered the armed forces to create a plan to protect the country's public services from alleged attacks by political opponents.
In a televised speech, President Nicolás Maduro blamed "paramilitaries and terrorists" for sabotaging power and water services.