Informative note from the Electrical Union of Cuba – Juventud Rebelde

Informative note from the Electrical Union of Cuba – Juventud Rebelde
Informative note from the Electrical Union of Cuba – Juventud Rebelde

SEN situation for April 22, 2024.

Yesterday the service was affected due to a deficit in generation capacity from 07:29 in the morning until 01:30 in the morning today. The maximum impact on the day was during peak hours with 736 MW at 6:50 p.m., not coinciding with peak hour.

The availability of the SEN at 07:00 hours is 2070 MW and the demand is 2150 MW. At 06:15 this morning, the service began to be affected due to a deficit in generation capacity; an impact of 350 MW is estimated at average time.

Unit 2 of the Felton CTE, unit 3 of the Santa Cruz CTE, unit 5 of the Nuevitas CTE and unit 6 of the Rente CTE are in breakdown. Unit 1 of the CTE Santa Cruz, unit 6 of the CTE Nuevitas and unit 8 of the CTE Mariel are under maintenance.

The limitations on thermal generation are 351 MW. 32 distributed generation plants are out of service due to fuel, with 279 MW affected by this concept.

For the peak, the entry of Distributed Generation engines that are awaiting maintenance and their use is authorized with 128 MW is estimated, the entry of Distributed Generation engines that are out of fuel with 100 MW and the entry of 6 engines in the Mariel fuel plant with 90 MW.

With this forecast, an availability of 2,388 MW and a maximum demand of 2,800 MW are estimated for peak hour, for a deficit of 412 MW, so if the forecast conditions continue, an impact of 482 MW is forecast during this time.

UNE-MINEM

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