Mobile application created by Minem allows progress in rural electrification projects in Peru


Mobile application created by Minem allows progress in rural electrification projects in Peru

By Minem

This is a machine translation of the first press launch issued in Spanish

In order to establish all those people residences that lack electricity in rural places of the country, and as a result quantify the existing gap in this area, the Ministry of Strength and Mines (MINEM) created a modern technological software, for use by regional and neighborhood authorities, which has offered very beneficial results to day.

The application referred to as “DGER + Rural Electrification”, which is applied from the mobile mobile phone, has designed it doable to recognize citizens who deficiency electric power assistance to reference their facts geographically and then continue to the preparing of tasks for the extension of electrical networks or implementation of photovoltaic devices, as the scenario may well be.

The identification of the homes, carried out by regional and area governing administration officers qualified by the MINEM, authorized the formulation of 18 rural electrification jobs, which include up to a full investment decision of S/ 121 million for the benefit of 66,000 inhabitants of 1,060 rural localities of the areas of Áncash, Ayacucho, Cusco, Huánuco, Ica, Junín, La Libertad, Piura and Puno.

Presently, four of the aforementioned assignments (two in Ayacucho and two in Puno) are in preliminary treatments to agreement the preparing of the technological file and execution of the perform, for which it is estimated that implementation will start out this year.

As for the remaining initiatives, the Basic Directorate of Rural Electrification of MINEMS is planning the technical profiles, which also contain the provide of electrical energy to neighborhood facilities, wellness posts and academic centers.


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