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Montevideo, September 24th 2018 - 03:56 UTC
Chile is studying supplying neighbouring Argentina with electricity during the southern hemisphere's summer, when demand spikes, daily newspaper La Tercera reported Wednesday. Read full article
This is common practice across the EU and it balances deficiencies, spikes and surges.
The international grids protect some of the most vulnerable countries for a short time when Russia turns off the tap.
Interesting that Argentina may be getting Chilean electricity from oil purchased by Chile from Brasil's Pre-Salt.
Kind of speaks volumes for a properly working Mercosur, doesn't it.
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