Tag: Electric Crisis
Venezuela should have been filled with photovoltaic panels a long time ago. But the electrical emergency is opening up a small path for this energy source, and the state hasn’t taken advantage of this technology yet
When chavismo talks about “things returning to normal” regarding energy, it means “normal in Caracas.” Most of the nation suffers daily blackouts that freeze people’s lives, institutions and erodes their minds. This is how you live with a broken infrastructure.
During six days of blackout, Merida, the most important city of the Venezuelan Andes, braced for the end of the world. Ordinary citizens geared up to defend streets and stores from looters, while the state disappeared. What can we do to survive if this happens again?
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