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The objective of the proposed Technical Cooperation is to support the Government of Colombia strengthen its institutional, technical and regulatory capabilities to ensure a smooth adoption of large scale Non-Conventional Renewable Energy in their electricity generation matrix. The Government has announced their intention of incorporating 1,500 MW of NCRE by the end 2022 from approximately 100 MW at present and requires important support and advice to adequately incorporate the new generation into their system and to ensure that the institutional and regulatory are in place. Per request of Colombian Government, this TC will be executed by the Bank.
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