viernes, septiembre 23, 2005

DR1: No Short-Term Solution to Energy Crisis

DR1 nos trae la increible noticia que estoy leyendo en el Aeropuerto de Los Angeles, California. Es una pena muy grande que siga su curso esta iniquidad.
The government has no short-term solution to the energy crisis affecting the country. Yesterday, President Leonel Fernandez met with a World Bank (WB) mission and energy sector officials who delivered the documentation for a tender for two coal generators that would be installed in Manzanillo (Monte Cristi) and Pueblo Viejo (Azua), at a cost of over US$600 million. According to Listin Diario, the meeting was held at the Presidential Palace and was attended by a delegation of WB technicians led by Lucio Monari. Also present were Presidency Minister Danilo Medina, President of the National Energy Commission Ruben Montas, Superintendent of Electricity Francisco Mendez, and the Manager of the Dominican State-owned Electric Copanies (CDEEE) Radhames Segura. Fernandez discussed the results of contingency plans adopted to tackle the problem, the deficit in the electric sector and perspectives for new power generation projects.
La solución es invertir en eficiencia energética y en la liberación del mercado minorista.

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