Costa Rica: Projects for Reforming Electricity Sector
The Government introduced two projects, looking for opening the electricity sector.
Friday, August 21, 2009
One of them is a framework law, and the other is for strengthening the sector's institutions.
The state run electricity company intends to archive projects in the energy reform sector, while the commission presided over by president Solis is going to take 18 months, just to discuss the country's energy matrix.
The submitted law project would enable free competition between public and private companies in energy production.
Mexico and Colombia could be the next countries to be incorporated into the Electrical Interconnection System for Central American Countries.
The Solis administration is opposed to the Power Contingency Act which would enable private power generation and force the state run power company to compete.
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