It is estimated that the demand for electric power - "without including the demand of Large Special Consumers" - has an average growth for the period 2016 to 2030 of 3.05% in the medium scenario.


Colombia has a regulatory scheme in place to ensure reliable long-term power supply. This scheme guarantees that the generation resources are able to satisfy the demand during the energy shortage at efficient prices
The world bank forecasts that electricity demand will double by 2030, reaching 2,500 TWh by the end of this period. This growth implies the need for an additional increase of 239 GW in the region, approaching 330GW of installed capacity.

  • Colombia ranked first in Latin America and eighth in the world, according to the "Energy Architecture Performance Index 2017". WEF, 2017.
  • More than 563 registered Energy Generation Projects with an installed capacity of 16,779.69 MW; and more than 425 renewable energy generation projects with non-conventional sources (solar, wind and biomass) with an installed capacity of 7,091.47 MW
  • The National Interconnected System (SIN) connects 48% of the national territory and covers 97% of the population. The non-interconnected zones (ZNI) represent the remaining 52%, a total of 17 departments, 1,441 municipalities and 625 thousand people. Currently these areas produce energy with Diesel.
  • Law 1715 of 2014 aims to promote the development and use of non-conventional sources of energy, mainly those of a renewable nature, in the national energy system, through its integration into the electricity market and gives access to tax incentives. your social media marketing partner


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