• September 12, 2021
    EL DEBER: Blackout in the electrical system of three departments of the country
    The electrical service in Tarija, Potosí and Sucre was abruptly interrupted yesterday by a failure in the 115 kV line of Valle Hermoso-Irpa Irpa that caused the proximity of a telephone cable from a company outside the system, according to an official report of the National Company of Electricity (ENDE). In the department of Tarija, the blackout lasted for a period of two hours, between 2:13 pm and 4:16 pm, when the supply was resumed. The general coordinator of the National Cargo Dispatch Committee (CNDC), Fernando Román, confirmed that the failure occurred due to the proximity of a telephone cable.
  • September 11, 2021
    OPINIÓN: COBOCE is among 5 companies in La Llajta that contributes the most taxes
    The Cooperativa Multiactiva COBOCE R.L. It is among the five companies in Cochabamba that contribute the most taxes to Bolivia. The National Tax Service (SIN) generated a list with the 100 largest taxpayers in the country and, most of them are entities from Santa Cruz and La Paz. However, from position one to 53, five companies from Cochabamba stand out, among them is COBOCE R.L. The other four companies in La Llajta categorized as “major taxpayers” are the National Electricity Company (ENDE S.A.), the Milk Industrial Plant (PIL Andina S.A.), ENDE Transmisión S.A. and the Empresa de Luz y Fuerza Eléctrica Cochabamba (ELFEC S.A.).
  • ABI: They restore the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country
    The general operational coordinator of the National Cargo Dispatch Committee (CNDC), Fernando Román, reported this Saturday that the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country was restored, after a failure occurred. “The restitution of the service began immediately and gradually in accordance with current technical procedures, in coordination with the generation, transmission and distribution distribution companies,” he said at a press conference.
  • LA VOZ DE TARIJA: Malfunction in the SIN leaves all of Tarija without electricity for several hours
    On the page of the Electric Service of Tarija (Setar) it is announced that they were not the ones who caused the general cut for several hours this Saturday, September 11, but it was caused by a failure in the National Interconnected System (SIN) and not only It affected the municipality of Cercado but the entire department. “They should plan the interconnect well and have a backup against these cuts. Tarija, the city that has the most power outages in Bolivia and harms the entire population, electronic equipment burns and we don’t even receive compensation and to top it all we pay the most expensive rates, it is a shame, “said a user.
  • LA VOZ DE TARIJA: They restore the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country
    The general operational coordinator of the National Cargo Dispatch Committee (CNDC), Fernando Román, reported this Saturday that the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country was restored, after a failure occurred. “The restitution of the service began immediately and gradually in accordance with current technical procedures, in coordination with the generation, transmission and distribution distribution companies,” he said at a press conference.
  • EJU TV: They restore the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country
    he general operational coordinator of the National Cargo Dispatch Committee (CNDC), Fernando Román, reported this Saturday that the electricity supply service in the southern system of the country was restored, after a failure occurred. “The restitution of the service began immediately and gradually in accordance with current technical procedures, in coordination with the generation, transmission and distribution distribution companies,” he said at a press conference.
  • EL POTOSÍ: National failure affected electricity service in Potosí
    A power outage affected the departments of Chuquisaca, Tarija and Potosí for almost an hour yesterday, due to a failure in the National Interconnected System (SIN). This was reported by Servicios Eléctricos Potosí Sociedad Anónima (Sepsa) before consulting this newspaper in its office in Plaza Arce. At 2:20 a.m., complaints began from users whose children had to attend classes to make up the days that the pedagogical break was extended.
  • ALERTA BOLIVIA: Failure in the National Interconnected System causes power outage in the south of the country
    A power outage affected the departments of Chuquisaca, Potosí and Tarija for almost an hour this Saturday, due to a failure of the National Interconnected System (SIN). In social networks, media and users also reported cuts in the capitals and intermediate cities of the southern departments of the country. Different local electricity distribution companies reported that the failure was in the National Interconnected System, the departments of Potosí, Chuquisaca and Tarija were affected in the supply of electricity.
  • EL PAÍS: Setar attributes to SIN the power outage in the entire department
    Servicios Eléctricos de Tarija blamed the National Interconnected System (SIN) for the widespread power outage that is affecting the entire department. The authorities ask for caution when circulating through the streets of the city and patience until service is restored. The ruling also affects the departments of Potosí and Chuquisaca.
  • CORREO DEL SUR: Power outage affects the entire city of Sucre
    Neighbors from different areas of Sucre reacted annoyed and surprised to a power outage, which occurred around 2:30 p.m. this Saturday. The Compañía Eléctrica Sucre S.A. (Cessa) responded that it is a failure of the national interconnected system that affects the south of the country.