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Two New Substations will Prevent more Blackouts in David Chiriqui. After blackouts that affected users of David, in the month of June and the beginning of this, the manager of electrical operations of Gas Natural Fenosa, Alexis Vinda, announced the construction of a new 115 kilowatts transmission line from the armored station of San Cristobal, in this district, at a cost of $9.5 million. According to Vinda, it will expand and improve the distribution of energy in Chiriqui. The new substation will have a capacity of 30 megawatts and an additional 30 will be added in its phase II.
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We're coming off an hour and a half electrical outage and have had several others of shorter duration this week. The longer I live here, the more annoying this becomes because I can't see much if any improvement in nine years. This leads me start a discussion on electrical services in Panama. It's my understanding that Union Fenosa is a Spanish company that provides electric service throughout the country. Is that correct? That the government plays no part in electrical services to its citizens? Even if power is supplied by a private entity, doesn't the government endorse that provision and ha