BNamericas provides a roundup of the biggest Electric Power stories in Latin America.
The Colombian energy group is picking up the pace of investments in its Peruvian natural gas distributors after completing the initial pipeline infrastructure.
BNamericas spoke to Bart Doyle, head of Mainstream Renewable Power Chile, about the country's upcoming public energy auction for power distributors.
The northeastern state is set to challenge Oaxaca with the construction of some 20 wind farms over the coming years, according to the governor.
The French-controlled company has hired Brazilian bank Itaú BBA to act as a consultant for the proposed sale to its subsidiary Engie Brasil Energia.
The division will provide products and services for gas and biogas cogeneration, steam turbines, hybrid plants featuring photovoltaic solar panels, energy storage and smart micro-grids.
A roundup of Brazilian electric power news.
The country's main power generation trade group endorsed electric vehicles as a method to reduce harmful emissions, and as a boon to local copper and lithium mining.
Two ethnic groups in Mexico's Oaxaca state have launched a petition in an attempt to halt construction of the 400MW wind farm.