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Asunto:[LEA-Venezuela] ( EFE ) Venezuela hace todo lo posible para prevenir racionamiento de electricidad
Fecha:Lunes, 19 de Noviembre, 2001  17:58:10 (-0400)
Autor:Interfaz Amazonica <interfaz @.....net>

En las noticias de EFE en el exterior tampoco mencionan la mineria de
diamante y oro como colapsadora de Guri,

?y como es que "hacen todo lo posible" para prevenir racionamiento
electrico?
si nisiquiera quieren reconocer la verdadera causa para solucionar el
problema de raiz, eso no es "hacer todo lo posible", comprar electricidad a
Colombia para el suministrar luz occidente del pais como dijeron en la
television anteayer, enviar de tacoa o plantacentro a Caracas para evitar
racionamientos en la capital, etc, esoso son solo "pañitos calientes"...
Hacer todo lo posible seria detener la mineria de una buena vez.

Hay que ver, hasta comprar luz a Colombia dice la tele, cuando a Brasil casi
que se la regalamos...

Trastor


Title:   Venezuela adopts power-saving strategy to avoid rationing

Summary:     Caracas, Nov 12, 2001 (EFE via COMTEX) -- Venezuela is doing
"everything possible" to prevent rationing of electricity next year in light
of forecasts of drought that could further reduce water levels in the
nation's already low reservoirs.

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Source:  Agencia EFE
Date:  11/12/2001 12:24
Price:  Free
Document Size:  Very Short (282 words)
Document ID:  FC20011112230000226
Subject(s):  Efe; Brazil; Contract; Drought; Electricity; Energy; Forecasts;
Hydroelectric; Media; New Jersey; Newspaper; Power Plant; President;
Venezuela; Water




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Venezuela adopts power-saving strategy to avoid rationing

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Story Filed: Monday, November 12, 2001 12:24 PM EST

Caracas, Nov 12, 2001 (EFE via COMTEX) -- Venezuela is doing "everything
possible" to prevent rationing of electricity next year in light of
forecasts of drought that could further reduce water levels in the nation's
already low reservoirs.

Francisco Rangel, president of state-owned power company Venezuelan
Corporation of Guayana (CVG), said the administration will launch a media
campaign in favor of "reducing use of electric power in homes, businesses,
offices and especially in large industries."

In statements published Monday in El Universal newspaper, Rangel said the
administration is also preparing a series of orders "so that the government
can set the example of rational electricity power use."

CVG subsidiary Edelca, which operates the country's large hydroelectric
generating plants, said it had adopted power-saving strategies as part of
the national campaign.

Edelca has ordered its all lights turned off at night in its offices and
installations nationwide, including in El Guri power plant.

The water level at El Guri has dropped to unprecedented levels, and it is
feared volume could decline further now that the drought season, expected to
last until May, has begun, Miguel Lara, an Energy Ministry official told
reporters.

"A drop of say 10 meters (some 33 feet) in the water level could lead to the
collapse of the system," Lara warned.

In October, Edelca guaranteed service to its domestic clients - which
include 90 percent of Venezuelan homes and industries, according to official
figures - as well as to the city of Boa Vista in southern Brazil through a
contract with Brazilian power firm Electronorte.

gf/nj/dgm

http://www.efe.es

Copyright (c) 2001. Agencia EFE S.A.


KEYWORD:          Caracas
SUBJECT CODE:     ECO
                  VENEZUELA
                  POWER

Copyright © 2001, Agencia EFE, all rights reserved.


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