Caribbean, Central America power watch
Canadian power company Emera said in its first quarter results that forecast 2022 capital investment for Caribbean operations is US$75mn, “primarily in more efficient and cleaner sources of generation, including renewables and battery storage.”
The Nova Scotia-based group’s regional portfolio comprises Barbados Light & Power, Dominica Electricity Services and Grand Bahama Power.
Central America power interconnection commission CRIE published a resolution that modifies the regulation of the regional power market, following the release of proposed changes related to guarantees.
Panama’s public services regulator Asep published a resolution and related annex for the new methodology to process the entry into commercial operation of power infrastructure facilities.
For its part, the environment ministry approved Sunergy I’s 9.99MW La Villa Solar project in Los Santos province and power distributor Edechi’s project to expand the 230kV Veladero substation in Chiriquí province.
Guatemala’s power regulator CNEE approved reference terms submitted by distributors Energuate and Eegsa to procure capacity not awarded in process 1-2022 for the period from August 1 this year through April 30, 2023.
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