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Colombia's mines and energy ministry has published a draft decree outlining policy guidelines for power generation projects that use non-conventional renewable (NCRE) sources.
The document is available for public consultation until January 26, according to the ministry.
NCRE sources such as wind, solar, biomass and small hydropower make up just 3% of Colombia's 16.5GW installed capacity, according to government figures.
Colombia's energy mix is dominated by hydropower and coal-fired plants, which together comprise around 95% of installed capacity.
The government has been working to promote private sector investment in renewables since passing a law in 2014 that granted tax breaks and promoted growth in distributed generation.
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