We bring a continuation of the May Editorial, analyzing the problems that structurally burden the country's tariffs, through a prospective diagnosis, with qualitative and quantitative aspects. Furthermore, we present proposals for measures capable of reducing present inefficiencies and avoiding new inefficiencies for the future, especially in the context of retail market liberalization.
In this section, we discuss the CP 139/2022 opened by the MME, which aims to analyze the contracts resulting from the Simplified Competitive Procedure, in addition to other relevant topics.
This section discusses adaptations needed in hydropower development with climate change.
In this section, we comment on water, climate and the energy transition to decarbonization.
In this section, we discuss CREG Resolution 143/2021, which proposes changes in the design of the Colombian market, with emphasis on the implementation of a multi-settlement dispatch mechanism.
In this month's monitor, we look at natural gas imports from the European Union.
In this section, we talk about a new process that converts carbon dioxide into ethylene (used in the manufacture of plastic products).
We present the updated demand and structural energy supply balance for the coming years and our traditional “delay meter”.