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island provision power emergency

Emergency power provision for island

The 50 emergency megawatts for Fuerteventura will be in 2025.

The government of the Canary Islands was meeting with the Ministry of Ecological Transition, which states that it will have installed this power that year

The Government of the Canary Islands and the Ministry of Ecological Transition hope to have in operation by 2025 the emergency electricity generation systems that will provide an extra 220 megawatts of power to Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Fuerteventura to avoid possible blackouts, according to the EFE news agency.

It should be remembered that 50 new megawatts will be installed for the island of Fuerteventura to compensate for the Lanzarote-Fuerteventura system. What is not yet clear is where they will be installed, but everything indicates that it will be at the El Charco plant.

Minister Teresa Ribera and President Fernando Clavijo reviewed on Thursday the status of the tender for the allocation of electricity power by emergency means that they decided to launch after last summer's general blackout in La Gomera, whose objective is to prevent this situation from being repeated on other islands, particularly those where the situation is more pressing.

Ribera and Clavijo have given this timetable: the Canary Islands Government is going to complete its proposal for solutions in the next month and a half and the Ministry of Ecological Transition is committed to resolving within a maximum period of six months, in any case always before the end of the year, so that the systems enter service in 2025.
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