Distributors have under contract only 60% of demand, forcing them to buy at expensive spot prices.
An article in Elsalvador.com reports that "The distributor’s failure to purchase power from generators under short, medium and long term contracts means that the bill continues to be passed on to consumers, who have still not yet received the benefits of this legislation which will come into full effect on February 1 next year. "
The new tender for the generation and supply of 350 MW has so far involved three companies, one of which is new to the market.
Elsalvador.com reports that "DelSur’s CEO, Roberto Gonzalez, confirmed yesterday that three companies are interested in participating in the new tender for the project to generate 350 megawatts (MW) of energy and have already bought the documents. Both of these had participated in the previous bidding process (which was voided) and only one of them is a new company. "
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