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Chile’s Essbio selects Takadu for distribution management

Essbio will use Takadu’s IoT cloud-based event management solution to improve its efforts to conserve water resources within in water distribution network. The partnership falls...
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Solar surplus sees Chilean consumers receive free electricity

According to the Independent, solar capacity on Chile’s central power grid, has more than quadrupled to 770 megawatts in the last three years. It is...

Chile to improve competitiveness of electricity tariffs

[img:chile.thumbnail.jpg| ]Santiago de Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- May 24, 2012 - Chile’s Ministries of Energy and Economy have presented three strategies to improve the competitiveness of electricity tariffs and to reduce prices for residential and small and medium business customers.

The three strategies are the implementation of variable rates, the introduction of education at primary and secondary levels, and the introduction of “multicarrier power” or commercialization agents.

Chile’s CGE to deploy Kamstrup smart metering system

[img:382_0.jpg| ]Santiago de Chile and Skanderborg, Denmark --- (METERING.COM) --- April 20, 2012 - Chile’s CGE Group is deploying an advanced smart metering system from Kamstrup, with a pilot installation currently being carried out in the cities of Buin and Rancagua, close to the capital city of Santiago.

The project is one of the first smart metering-implementations in Chile. The wireless smart metering system is claimed to be one of the most advanced two way-communication systems on the market today allowing flexible tariffs, home automation and multi-utility business.

Smart grids to be investigated in Chile

[img:chile.thumbnail.jpg| ]Santiago de Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- April 3, 2012 - A technical and economic viability study of smart grids in Chile will be undertaken to evaluate the advantages of implementing this technology as broadly as possible in the market, according to the recently released National Energy Strategy.

This will take account of developments, implementations and local and international experience of pilot projects. The connection of distributed generation is envisaged as a key benefit.

Net metering regulation approved in Chile

[img:chile.thumbnail.jpg| ]Santiago de Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- January 16, 2012 - Chile’s Chamber of Deputies has approved a net metering regulation (Bulletin 641), which has now been forwarded to the Senate for the final approval and publication.

The regulation was approved with 95 votes in favor and one abstention.

The regulation provides a modification to the General Law of Electricity Services to enable residential end users with non conventional renewables or efficient co-generation facilities to inject excess energy into the grid. Such non conventional renewables are currently biomass, hydro, geothermal, solar, wind and tidal power.

Introduction of net metering a priority in Chile

[img:RicardoR.thumbnail.jpg|Ricardo Raineri,
Minister of Energy,
Chile]Santiago de Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- May 31, 2010 - The introduction of net metering in Chile is one of the government’s priorities in the energy field, energy minister Ricardo Raineri has announced.

In an interview Raineri said within the next year the government hopes to have a bill that will support the development of smart networks on the electricity grid that will enable customers to provide energy to the system.

Smart metering in Santiago de Chile

By Pablo Ramila and Hugh Rudnick

In the 1980s, Chile became a world pioneer when it introduced a series of reforms in the regulation of electricity. The objective of these reforms was to introduce market principles in the sector, so that society could benefit from greater efficiency. 

The regulation – which was visionary for its time – maintained a reactive role, changing only when there were supply crises. This is why, in recent years, a series of regulatory modifications tending to reactivate the sector were introduced. However, this same sector was strongly affected due to a lack of investment and a high dependence on a fuel no longer available, Argentine natural gas.

O plano smart grid da Chilectra: Atualizaí§íµes do Chile


Conferência: Metering, Billing/CRM Latin America
Local: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Palestrante: Rafael Caballero
Artigo: Apresentado por Rafael Caballero na Metering, Billing/CRM Latin America

Chile’s energy oversight agency selects GIS to streamline network oversight

[img:SEC.thumbnail.jpg| ]Santiago de Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- August 27, 2009 - Chile’s energy oversight agency, Superintendencia de Electricidad y Combustibles (SEC), has selected the ArcFM™ geographic information system (GIS) solution to help streamline its oversight duties of the country’s electric distribution networks.

The smart grid solution from global IT solutions and business information services provider Telvent should ensure the SEC is better equipped to validate and analyze vital electric supply network information.

Energy efficiency has important role to play in Chile

[img:marcelo_0.jpg|Marcelo Tokman,
Minister of Energy,
Chile]Santiago, Chile --- (METERING.COM) --- January 22, 2009 - Energy efficiency has an important role to play in meeting the energy needs of Chile and the country must strengthen the efficient use of energy as a strategic goal of sustainable development, according to a recent report outlining new energy policy guidelines from the National Energy Commission (Comisión Nacional de Energía, CNE).

Chilectra – a long term vision

[img:Chil_0.jpg| ]The last year was very satisfactory in many aspects for Chilectra, according to its president Jorge Rosenblut and director general Rafael López, commenting in the company’s recently released sustainability report for 2007.

“Our labors bring us short term benefits, but here in Chilectra we are working to a long term vision,” say Rosenblut and López. “That is what drives us.”

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