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Thousands of users again suffered power cuts in and around Buenos Aires this Friday, while the Argentina is going through an extreme heat wave and record energy consumption, which has led the government to take a series of measures to prioritize residential energy.
According to data collected by the National Electricity Regulator (ENRE), 42.78 customers were without electricity supply in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area at H19 (Brasilia time), approx.
However, ENRE had reported that at 8h16 an event occurred – interruptions at the Edison Transformer Station and at Nuevo Puerto – which affected approximately 78 thousand users on Edenor’s concession area.
These interruptions occur at a time when Argentina is going through an extreme heat wave and the forecast for the city of Buenos Aires this Friday was a maximum temperature of 24 degrees Celsius, according to the Mete Service National Orological.
To mitigate a crisis in the residential area, the Argentine government took this Thursday a series of measures to save energy.
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