RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Eduardo Herrera, general manager of Compañía Eléctrica El Platanal S.A. (Celepsa), explains that in recent years there have not been essential investments to guarantee energy in the short term due to the distortion that existed in the Peruvian electricity market until 2020.
This situation was due to the entry of natural gas thermoelectric plants -which produce 55% of the energy in the country-, but that could be stopped with a ruling of the Supreme Court.
"Today, there is already the possibility of making investments, but a project takes up to three years to . . .