Salvadoran Energy Industry requires Investment

Energy demand will surpass supply in the short term unless new projects are developed, argues Fusades.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Salvadoran Foundation for Economic and Social Development, known as Fusades, made a study on energy generation in the country. According to their projections, "installed capacity for energy generation will be surpassed by demand during the next decade, unless new investments are developed".

Even though the economic crisis has braked the growing energy demand in the country, Fusades expects it to reignite in 2010.

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