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Blackout Committee denounced a 22% increase in electrical failures in 2022 compared to 2021

Blackout Committee denounced a 22% increase in electrical failures in 2022 compared to 2021

Aixa López, president of the Committee for Those Affected by Blackouts, denounced that electrical failures in the country have been increasing and demanded that the National Electric System be stabilized. Zulia is the entity most affected by fluctuations during 2022


The Committee for Those Affected by Blackouts warned this Sunday, January 8, that electrical failures in 2022 increased by 22% compared to 2021, after at least 233,298 service interruptions were documented last year versus 190,006 that were evidenced in the ancestor.

According to the report delivered to the EFE agency, Zulia was the state that had the most problems with electricity service during 2022, reporting 37,155 failures; followed by Táchira (20,884); Carabobo (18,900), Merida (18,336) and Miranda (15,877).

Meanwhile, the entities that had fewer failures last year are Vargas (3,131) and the Capital District (3,494).

Aixa López, president of the Committee for Those Affected by Blackouts, stressed that electrical failures in Venezuela have been increasing and demands that the authorities stabilize the National Electric System.

The Minister of Electric Power, Néstor Reverol, stated in recent days that the installation of some 2,000 watts of solar energy is planned in Venezuela in a plan for the next three years, in order to be able to count on alternative energies for the goals of the UN 2030 agenda.

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Reverol pointed out that in a first stage it is expected to have 500 megawatts to be built in the states of Zulia, Falcón and Lara; while the other two phases of the project will extend to the center-north and east of the country.

He also expressed that together with the ministers that make up the Sectoral Vice Presidency of Public Services, they are working focused on optimizing public services by 2023, through the mechanism called “1 x 10 of good governance.”

“We have complied with 80% of the reports from the communities through the 1×10 System of Good Governance, but we continue to demand ourselves until reaching the upper goal in the percentage of attention, oriented with the work carried out in the different states of the country that allowed the interaction with local authorities,” said Reverol in his social media.

He expressed that they continue to design strategies, as well as focus on the maintenance of public services.

With information from ABC’s of Paraguay / Momentum /

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