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Enel Board of Directors revokes permission to operate four emergency thermal power plants |  Economie

Enel Board of Directors revokes permission to operate four emergency thermal power plants | Economie

Board of Directors of the National Electric Energy Agency (bellOn Tuesday (9), it decided to cancel the operating licenses of four thermal plants that were contracted in an emergency power auction held in October last year.

Aneel approves auction for emergency power contracting

Karkey 13, Karkey 19, Porsud I and Porsud II plants, which are owned by Karpowership, were supposed to be operating commercially since May 1, which they did not. As a result, the auction notice set a new deadline of August 1, But the deadline is too late.

The company asked Aneel to exclude liability on the grounds that a court order prevented the factories from starting them – a Rio de Janeiro judge Banning the installation of thermal plants in Cipetipa Bay due to the lack of an environmental impact study.

This Tuesday, Aneel’s board of directors denied the disclaimer and thus granted the license to the stations. The technical area of ​​the agency was also determined to open a process to investigate the possibility of imposing a fine on the company, due to the delay.

“Standby means pumping power into the system on May 1, or acknowledging the delay on August 1, 2022. The project is not ready, if it is ready, it will inject power on August 1,” Guerra said.

The decision can be appealed. However, while this is not judged, factories are prevented from operating. Cancellations will still be published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOU).

The decision, which denied the exclusion of responsibility, was unanimous, that is, by a majority of five votes to zero. The organization that canceled the grants won by four votes to one, and the interim general manager, Camilla Pomfim, won.

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