Mauricio Cosi, president of the provincial energy company, reported that 99% of users had no problems providing service, unprecedented for this part of the country, in the context of a red alert reported by the National Meteorological Service.
Similarly, Cousy pointed out that “the complexity that arises for a user when service is restricted is understandable, but the data is compelling when we look at the integral operation of the network.”
“We are going into the eleventh month of the year with almost record demand, like in the middle of summer, with levels close to historical records, with an index that would increase by about 10.5% compared to the same month in November. Kosi said last year.
“The whole company is working, so that the level of inconvenience is as low as possible, as we continue to invest in actions, more than $11,500 million for 225 infrastructure expansion projects, in a very complex macroeconomic context,” said the head of the EP.
Finally, Causey recalled that the company “implemented a regional split system for users who accumulated more than 12 hours of outages in a semester due to problems in the medium voltage system, which in the basic There is going to be a bonus for your rental fee”.
The province was just a few MW away from equaling the historic record of 2,586 MW in January this year. Particularly the medium voltage distributors in the center of Rosario showed a load level that was the highest recorded in our real-time operation system. The figures can be compared with the levels of the last 20 years.
In cases of failed distributors, for example the one that supplies the Sarmiento Streets area between Santa Fe and San Lorenzo, this is one of the cables that has shown a historical record of demand.
This has to do with an additional trend increase in consumption supported by the use of air-conditioning equipment, for which EPE is analyzing audits in buildings and businesses to establish whether declared power is in line with reality.