Study reveals that more than 24 thousand households in Chile are not connected to the electricity grid

According to Generators and RedPE report, nationwide power supply interruptions are 8.8 hours on average.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Even though Chile today faces the goal of energy transition and decarbonization, according to the latest report "A multidimensional look at energy poverty in Chile" - prepared by Generadoras de Chile and the Energy Poverty Network (RedPE) - there are still barriers to access quality energy services.

Claudio Seebach, executive president of Generadoras de Chile, explains that energy poverty is a "complex, territorialized and multidimensional phenomenon because interrelated geographical, economic, socio-cultural, environmental and technological factors. It is not only related to an income issue".

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