Punta Catalina is running at 670mg and expects 60,000 tons of coal tomorrow
As of mid-afternoon on Monday, the Punta Catalina Thermal Power Plants (CTPC) were operating at nearly full capacity, because Unit 1 served the national power system with a total of 319 megawatts (mg) and Unit 2 353mg, for this reason, allegations of blackouts in Various state departments have a direct relationship with EDES.
From the Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Listin Diario was told that 60,000 tons of coal is expected to arrive tomorrow Wednesday, the fuel used by CTPC.
Edeeste had seven circles yesterday, classified as occasional, which is why it affects 42,900 customers. The online supply in the morning was 2,682 MB, however the order placed was 685 MB at the time it was only one circuit. By mid afternoon there were seven outside.
Energy and Mines explained that “negotiations are underway to permanently overcome the problem of coal supply.”
OC/SENI highlights an unserved power of 194.07 MW offshore (power unavailable or blackouts). The total programmed by the system for this Monday 27 was 2826.57 mW and by mid afternoon the recorded consumption was 3,001.62 mg.
AES Andrés had just over 245MB yesterday afternoon. It contributes 300 mg to SENI, which is why it also works almost completely.
Edeeste had seven circuits yesterday, so it was affecting 42,900 customers. The online supply in the morning was 2,682 MB, however the order placed was 685 MB at the time it was only one circuit. By mid-afternoon, there were several circles outside.
Edenorte had a deficit of 40 mg on the 27th of this month, but it gradually decreased until it improved to 14.7 mg.
Edeeste, out of a total of 759,900 customers (contracts), yesterday had seven circuits with accidental failures and 10 circuits with scheduled maintenance to correct old lines. 196 circuits were operating normally, but 42,900 customers were affected by these faulty circuits, a situation that is expected to improve in the coming days, as brigades operate 24 hours a day, he explained in Idesti.
Despite this situation, circuits provided 92% of energy to their customers in the middle of the afternoon.
It was later reported that the damaged constituencies in the Edesti concessionaire are Kalita 1 and 2; Capotillo 11, Hato Mayor 2, Guerra 1, Juan Dolio 1, Kilometer 24, Mata de Palma, Monte Plata 1, Villa Vilorio, Sabana Perdida and Villa Mella.