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    It is estimated a maximum deficit of 75 MW today in Ciego de Ávila

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    Ciego de Ávila Electric Power Company reports that this Sunday the deficit in generation availability had a maximum of 55 megawatts (MW) during peak hours.

    The average affectation by circuits was 3 hours and 50 minutes, while the maximum demand in the territory occurred at 6:20 pm with 106 MW. A deficit of 75 MW is estimated for today in the hours of greatest demand.

    The maximum impact on Sunday night was 947 MW at 6:20 p.m., coinciding with rush hour, 4 MW of which were due to damage caused by Hurricane Ian.

    The service was restored at 01:52 a.m. today and at 05:40 a.m. it began to be affected again due to a deficit in generation capacity.

    The availability of the National Electric Power System at 07:00 hours was 1,900 MW and the demand was 2,200 MW, affecting 292 MW, of which 3 MW were in Pinar del Río due to damage from Hurricane Ian.

    A maximum impact of 650 MW is estimated due to a deficit in generation capacity during the daytime.

    Unit 6 of CTE Mariel is out of service due to a breakdown. Unit 5 of the CTE Mariel, unit 3 of the CTE Santa Cruz, unit of the CTE Guiteras, unit 5 of the CTE Nuevitas and unit 3 of the CTE Renté are under maintenance.

    The technological limitations in the thermal generation of the blocks in operation (265 MW) are maintained. In distributed generation, 963 MW are unavailable due to failure and 721 MW are under maintenance.

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    For peak hours, the entry of 107 MW in diesel engines is estimated.

    With this forecast, an availability of 2,042 MW and a maximum demand of 3,150 MW are expected for the peak hour, for a deficit of 1,108 MW, so if the forecast conditions are maintained, an affectation of 1,178 MW is forecast during this time.