President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made a call to save electricity, it will be very helpful if this saving is made at times of highest consumption: from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. You are making this request because the outages will continue.
He pointed out that he did not communicate it before to avoid alarms that could bring complications. It is necessary that the reduction in energy consumption be carried out at the time when it is highest: from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. And he affirmed that it will be of great help for this situation.
Although the problem has almost been solved, the help requested is to generate reservations and thus ensure that the service is provided without interruptions, so that blackouts do not continue. He said that it will be enough to turn off the bulbs that are not used, in this way they collaborate, as when the solution to the problem of the huachicol was sought, and there was not enough gasoline.
The measures we take to save energy will be of great help. Photo: Reformation.
Carlo Meléndez, director of the National Center for Energy Control (Cenace), said that there may be interruptions in the service, so it is necessary to take measures, so he also urged measures to make consumption more rational .
The measures taken to save energy will be very helpful and also that where there are emergency plants operating, it is supported by the demand, doing something for those consumption centers and thus providing support to others.
It will seek to solve the gas deficit by transporting it on ships. Other plants will also be activated to normalize the service. The lack of gas causes a drop in the power supply capacity. The Cecace has helped entrepreneurs in supporting consumption.
López Obrador said that this situation shows that previous governments dismantled the plants of the Federal Electricity Company, so that the country’s gas supply depends on other countries. Let us learn from that lesson and see the need to strengthen public companies in Mexico, we must give them priority, not limit or tie them down.
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