Energy Rationing Program in Nicaragua

The rationing program will leave no service to over 600 thousand Fenosa customers in five time periods and zones.

Friday, May 9, 2008

"It will be kept as long as there is shortage of energy and I do not know how many days it will last"; said Jorge Katina, Communications Manager at Fenosa.

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Energy Rationing Program in Nicaragua

May 2008

The rationing program will leave no service to over 600 thousand Fenosa customers in five time periods and zones.

"It will be kept as long as there is shortage of energy and I do not know how many days it will last"; said Jorge Katina, Communications Manager at Fenosa.

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