Country:Colombia
Year:2016 (Feb 1st)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2016 (Feb 1st)
Policy Type:Policy Support, Policy Support>Strategic planning
Policy Target:Multiple RE Sources, Multiple RE Sources>All
Policy Sector:Electricity
Size of Plant Targeted:Small and Large
Agency:Ministry of Energy and Mines (Ministerio de Minas y Energía)
URL:http://www1.upme.gov.co/sala-de-prensa/fotonoticias/plan-de-expansion-2015-2029
URL:http://www.upme.gov.co/Normatividad/Normatividad Sectorial/Res.40095_1_febrero_2016.pdf
URL:http://www.upme.gov.co/Docs/Plan_Expansion/2016/Plan_Expansion_GT_2015-2029/Plan_GT_2015-2029_VF_22-12-2015.pdf
Legal References:Resolution 40095
Description:

The 15-year Generation and Transmission Expansion Plans are updated yearly, the latest being the Generation and Transmission Expansion Plan 2015-2029, adopted by MME Resolution 40095.

In this plan, the government considers possible scenarios for the country's energy generation matrix. Based on natural resource endowment, project registration and connection requests, finding that between 4,208 and 6,675 megawatts of expansion are required for the next decade. 

Scenario 12 contemplates an optimum mix of all primary energy sources, both conventional and non-conventional, and is mainly based on around 1,000 megawatts coal-based thermal generation; 1,200 Megawatts wind generation in the north of La Guajira; around 1,500 megawatts hydroelectric generation; approximately 500 megawatts for solar projects, geothermal, biomass and around 700 megawatts of minor generation.

This record supersedes:Generation and Transmission Expansion Plan 2013-2027 (Plan de Expansión de Referencia Generación Transmisión 2013-2027) , Generation and Transmission Expansion Plan 2015-2029 (Plan de Expansión de Referencia Generación Transmisión 2015 - 2029)
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