• August 1, 2022
    UNICOM/ENDE CORPORATION: Despite debts of the Government of Tarija and Sear, it is transmission Continues to guarantee electric service

    The general manager of the Ende Transmission, Ing. Filiberto Soto reported on the debts that They maintain the Departmental Autonomous Government of Tarija (GADT) and the Electric Services Company of Tarija (Setar), the same that jointly rises to more than 185 million Bolivians. “Currently the Government of Tarija owes us more than 132.8 million and reversing more than 52.4 million From Bolivians, even so, we continue working for Tarija, without harming the population. ”

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    Soto recalled that in December 2014, Ende Transmisión signed a contract with the Autonomous Government Departmental of Tarija for the execution of the project Construction and Technical Adaptation to the System National interconnected (SIN) of the Central Tarija system, which included the extension of the Tarija, Villa Abaroa and La Tablada substations, in addition to the construction of the lines of Transmission in 115 kV Tarija – Villa Abaroa of 6.21 km and Villa Abaroa – La Tablada of 5.56 km.To date are completed, energized and in service all the facilities of the project, Except for the 115 KV Villa Abaroa – La Tablada line, which was paralyzed by the neighbors.

    “To date, the GAD de Tarija has a pending debt of Bs. 132,806,124.55 and according to a report presented details that until July 3, 2022 the global progress of the aforementioned projects It is 99.32%.Despite the economic damage caused to the transmission that operates in the system National interconnected, the service has been guaranteed uninterrupted 365 days of the year, for the benefit of the electrical and country sector as a whole, ”said the authority. The manager indicated that due to breach of payment, and with the desire to keep the good Relations with GADT, in December 2016, Ende Transmission signed a modifying contract that stipulates a new payment plan and delivery time, “but as a result of the repeated breaches by the GADT, in September 2018, in the transmission was forced to Intend an administrative contentious demand. ”

    About Setar, Soto reported that the debts of said company affect “interconnection projects completed in the subsystems of Yacuiba, with a debt of Bs. 5,066,265.79 and Villa Montes with Bs. 11,199,863.81;In addition to toll debt in the interconnection trunk system (STI) by part of Setar, for a total amount of Bs. 36.205.055.42, which includes the Central Tarija system and the Yacuiba and Villamontes systems respectively ”.

    The manager recalled Ende’s commitment to the department of Tarija, stressed that “ currently operates in the national interconnected system uninterruptedly guaranteeing the Access to electricity 365 days a year, for the benefit of the Tarijeños and Bolivians. ”

  • UNICOM/ENDE TRANSMISIÓN: As part of your social responsibility, it is ENDE Transmisión culminates First phase of risk prevention program in rural areas of the country

    Fulfilling one of its Social Responsibility objectives, ENDE Transmisión, a subsidiary of Ende Corporation, culminated in June the educational program “Together we broadcast energy”, in Schools of the rural and peri -urban area of the departments of Beni, Potosí, Sucre and Tarija.

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    The objective of this program is to provide information that enables the understanding of operation of the electrical system in Bolivia and that also allows to raise awareness about the care that so much Children as adults, should have in relation to electric laying and high voltage towers.

    With the first phase of the program, more than 70 educational units of the national territory, more than 3,100 students and 240 teachers directly, as well as to parents and people from these communities indirectly.

    The company carries out this activity 19 years ago in the rural areas of Bolivia, because it considers vital importance the dissemination of educational information about a service that is essential to The development of the country: electrical energy.

  • UNICOM/ENDE: It states about wind energy and the interconnection of Camiri al Sin in 6th. Plurinational multisectoral fair

    The National Electricity Company Ende Corporation, through its Subsidiaries Ende Corani and Ende Transmisión, participated this Saturday, July 9, the sixth multisectoral plurinational fair, organized by the Ministry of the Presidency through the Vice Ministry of Coordination and Management Government in the municipality of Camiri of the department of Santa Cruz.

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    Ende Corani workers exposed in their informative stand about the importance of generation of wind energy in Bolivia, which today reaches 135 MW installed to the interconnected system National (SIN), through 40 wind turbines located in three wind farms located in Santa Cruz, and a wind farm located in Cochabamba.

    For its part, the company ENDE TRANSMISIÓN highlighted the construction and maintenance work of high voltage transmission lines that allow electrical interconnection throughout the country, thus such as the execution of important projects that connect populations to the interconnected system National (SIN), as is the case of the Camiri Al Sin interconnection project, which consists of the sectioning of a transmission line that starts from the Padilla substation, located in the Intermediate Substation of Monteagudo and concludes in the substation of Camiri, whose length Approximate of the line line is 125 km.

    Multisectoral fairs are informative spaces of which the 17 ministries participate in through their dependent entities and companies, in order to socialize their work and benefit that this has for the population as a whole.

  • UNICOM/ENDE CORPORACIÓN: Electric transmission projects in Tarija, La Angostura and Bermejo They register more than 95% progress

    UCOM-MHE-ENDE-AETN-07-07-2022.- The Deputy Minister of Electricity and Alternative Energies, Edgar Caero, the vice president of the National Electricity Company (Ende Corp.), Mauricio Arevey, the Ende Transmission Manager, Filiberto Soto, and the Director of the Supervisory Authority of Nuclear electricity and energy (AETN), Eusebio Aruquipa, verified this Thursday that the projects of electric transmission that are built in Tarija, La Angostura and Bermejo are in their Final stretch with more than 95% progress and it is expected that in the following weeks they will be inaugurated for Get into operation.

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    “Bermejo will connect to the National Interconnected System (SIN), its electrical energy will no longer depend of an isolated system, and will receive electricity from all over Bolivia, from the centrals thermal, hydraulic, wind and solar that we have in the country and growth and development of this region, ”said Vice Minister Caero at a press conference after Perform an inspection of the works.

    The authorities first inspected the transmission line 115 kilovolts (KV) Tarija – the Angostura, which will have a length of 44.17 kilometers (km) and that already has 96% advance. This project will allow the connection to the new window generation central La Ventolera and will provide an energy withdrawal node through the construction of the new 115 kV substation Angostura.

    Subsequently, they verified the advance of the 115 kV transmission line La Angostura – Bermejo, which Record 95% and will allow the connection of the isolated electrical system of Bermejo, improving quality of the electric service in the region for the benefit of that population of Tarijeña.The project includes the Construction of a simple list of transmission of 138.10 km in length and construction of the new electrical substation for Bermejo.

    The National Government invests approximately BS182 million for these projects, within the framework of the Universalization policy of basic services.

    In turn, Aruquipa said that approximately 10,500 families will benefit from These projects, which guarantee a reliable electrical service.

  • July 21, 2022
    EL ANDALUZ: On July 25 and 28, the interconnected lines will be energized to provide electrical energy to Bermejo
    Bermejo’s interconnected project to SIN (National Interconnected Service) of electricity is in its final stage and what the Bermejeños expect is that the same solves the records IMPERMPETIVE CUTS PROBLEMS OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY THAT COULD NOT SOLVE IN ALMOST 100 YEARS OF LIFE Bermejo, in that sense, the Executive Director of the Energy and Technology Supervision Authority Nuclear (aetn) Eusebio Aruquipa, in exclusive contact with the medium said that for July 25 you have scheduled the energization of the line from Tarija to La Angostura, where the sub is located Station and from there the line will also be energized from Angostura to Bermejo, that work is scheduled for July 28.
  • July 8, 2022
    NUEVO SUR: Government reversed accounts requested by Ende
    The governor of the department of Tarija, Lic. Oscar Motes Barzón, explained that the National Electricity Company (ENDE), requested the freezing of accounts of the Government because The cost of the “Energy Ring” project was not canceled, which connects tarija to the interconnected system National (SIN), through the Punutuma – Tarija line.
  • AHORA DIGITAL: Tarija governorate reversed accounts requested thus
    The governor of the department of Tarija, Oscar Motes Barzón, explained that the company National Electricity (ENDE), requested the freezing of accounts of the Government because canceled the cost of the “Energy Ring” project, which connects Tarija to the National Interconnected System (SIN), through the Punutuma – Tarija line.
  • EL ANDALUZ: Electric transmission projects in Tarija, La Angostura and Bermejo They register more than 95% progress
    The Deputy Minister of Electricity and Alternative Energies, Edgar Caero, the Vice President of the National Electricity Company (Ende Corp.), Mauricio Arevey, the Ende Manager Transmission, Filiberto Soto, and the Director of the Electricity and Energy Supervision Authority Nuclear (aetn), Eusebio Aruquipa, verified this Thursday that the electric transmission projects that are They build in Tarija, Angostura and Bermejo are in their final stretch with more than 95% progress and provides that in the following weeks they will be inaugurated to enter into operation.
  • EL PAÍS: ENDE: Transmission works in Tarija has 95% advance
    The Deputy Minister of Electricity and Alternative Energies, Edgar Caero, the Vice President of the National Electricity Company (Ende Corp.), Mauricio Arevey, the Ende Manager Transmission, Filiberto Soto, and the Director of the Electricity and Energy Supervision Authority Nuclear (aetn), Eusebio Aruquipa, verified that the electric transmission projects that are built In Tarija, Angostura and Bermejo are in its final stretch with more than 95% progress and it is expected that in The following weeks are inaugurated to go into operation.
  • EL PAÍS: Ende states that the electricity service is guaranteed for Tarija
    The General Manager of the Ende Transmisión, Ing. Filiberto Soto reported on the debts that the Departmental Autonomous Government of Tarija (GADT) and the Services Company maintain Electric of Tarija (Setar), the same that jointly rises to more than 185 million Bolivians. “Currently the Government of Tarija owes us more than 132.8 million and remains more than 52.4 million Bolivians, even so, continue working for Tarija, without harming the population. ”