Mobile application created by Minem allows progress in rural electrification projects in Peru2 min read
This is a equipment translation of the initial press launch issued in Spanish
In purchase to recognize all individuals houses that lack energy in rural locations of the state, and hence quantify the current hole in this spot, the Ministry of Electricity and Mines (MINEM) developed a contemporary technological software, for use by regional and regional authorities, which has supplied pretty positive outcomes to day.
The application known as “DGER + Rural Electrification”, which is employed from the mobile cellphone, has created it feasible to identify citizens who lack electrical energy services to reference their data geographically and then move forward to the organizing of initiatives for the extension of electrical networks or implementation of photovoltaic techniques, as the circumstance may perhaps be.
The identification of the homes, carried out by regional and neighborhood governing administration officials educated by the MINEM, allowed the formulation of 18 rural electrification projects, which increase up to a full financial commitment of S/ 121 million for the profit of 66,000 inhabitants of 1,060 rural localities of the locations of Áncash, Ayacucho, Cusco, Huánuco, Ica, Junín, La Libertad, Piura and Puno.
At this time, four of the aforementioned projects (two in Ayacucho and two in Puno) are in preliminary processes to contract the preparation of the technological file and execution of the do the job, for which it is estimated that implementation will start out this yr.
As for the remaining tasks, the Normal Directorate of Rural Electrification of MINEMS is making ready the specialized profiles, which also contain the source of electrical energy to group facilities, health posts and instructional facilities.