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Electric power capacity in Peru has grown considerably in the last decade, but a growing economy and demands from the mining sector have meant generation capacity has come under strain. The latest push from the private sector has been in natural gas, but there has also been an effort to increase renewable energy, diversifying the country's once hydro-dependent grid. This report shines a light on the state of the electric power sector in Peru in 2015.
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