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An integrated Latin American electric network could be completed in the next five years, providing a huge opportunity for LatAm says ISA By Santiago Gutiérrez It’s quite possible we could see an integrated electricity network in the countries of the Pacific Rim by the end of the decade says Fernando Alarcón, CEO of Colombian multinational ISA. This would provide a tremendous boost to the region’s competitiveness. “All the countries in the area are seeing the necessity of expanding their transmission networks. It’s no longer enough just to grow generation power, but also to increase networks that allow efficient use of […]
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