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Panama tries to prioritize issues for its energy agenda

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Source: Centralamericandata, Sept 28, 0219

The five points that will be a priority to define the country’s energy future will be known soon. Today, all the actors involved, from generators, distributors and regulators are sitting at a table with the support of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Among the points that will be addressed throughout the week are the composition of the energy matrix, quality of service, subsidies, smart grids, among others.

In Panama, hydroelectric energy generated from fossil sources dominates the energy matrix, but in the last five years the participation of plants operating on wind, solar and natural gas has increased.

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