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Yucatan business owners demand a response from the CFE for blackouts

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The president of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) of Yucatán, Levy Abraham Macari, reported that they have requested a rapprochement with the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) Peninsular Division, to address the energy situation that affects the entity and the region.

He stated that 7 out of 10 companies affiliated with the Mérida Chamber of Commerce (Canacome) have suffered some type of impact due to the blackouts that occur daily in Mérida and the interior of the State.

He reported that the CCE and Canacome have requested meetings with the CFE and are waiting for the parastatal’s response for a meeting with the superintendent.

He also commented that the objective is to obtain a clearer picture of the actions that are carried out to guarantee the electricity supply in the region and to be able to transmit this information to its members.

Abraham Levy stressed the importance of these meetings to seek joint solutions and improve the energy situation in Yucatan, which will benefit not only the companies affiliated with Canacome but the entire Yucatecan community.

“We need to continue investing in maintenance of the electrical infrastructure because last year we also had strong heat and some damage. It seems to me that this time it has been more serious because these effects are being felt both in the southeast and at the national level, which has motivated the National Energy Control Center (Cenace) to announce the alert in the National Electrical System,” he stated. the leader

Abraham Macari reiterated that the power outages in the north, northeast, and center of Mérida have caused significant losses to micro and small businesses, mainly commercial businesses, services, and stores.

However, he said that it is not yet possible to estimate the economic impact, but he stated that a survey carried out among companies and businesses in those areas has reported constant electricity outages, drops in energy load, and problems during the hours of greatest commercial movement. “We hope to soon quantify the economic damage that an estimated 70% of these businesses have suffered,” said the CCE leader.

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