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The flows of the Limay and Neuquén rivers increase, due to the high energy consumption in Buenos Aires

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The flows of the Limay and Neuquén rivers increase, due to the high energy consumption in Buenos Aires

The need to supply the high energy consumption demanded by the province of Buenos Aires required that the interconnected system inject more electricity. For this reason, in the province of Neuquén the Limay and Neuquén rivers will provide more water.

The measure will be progressively reflected downstream of the Arroyito and El Chañar compensators.

This Tuesday, in Arroyito, delivery from the dam began, starting from the current 500 m3/s, until reaching 800 m3/s, on Friday the 23rd.

In the case of the El Chañar dam, it was specified that the increase that began this Tuesday goes from 250 m3/s to 400 m3/s, on Thursday the 22nd.

“Such modification is due to the need for greater electrical generation by the Agency in Charge of Electrical Dispatch, and compatible with the high state of reserves in the reservoirs,” said the statement from the Interjurisdictional Authority of Cuencas (AIC). ).

A common measure at the request of the Electrical Wholesale Market Management Company Public Limited Company (Cammesa) It was requested on January 6.

The authorities recommended that the riverside population take the necessary measures to avoid risks from the flooding of the rivers.


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