The Ministerio de Trabajo y Previsión Social, will manage in the coming days new options and formal employment opportunities for more salvadorans, who for various reasons are not working since the beginning of this year.
The Comisión Ejecutiva Portuaria Autónoma (CEPA), announced that the company AirSupport Group has made an important investment of more than US$2 million, implemented since the pandemic period, in the acquisition and updating of ground support equipment.
In these days of back to school, we hurry to offer you, from Acer, a list of laptop options capable of responding to your needs at school or college, which will help you make the right investment, without fear that the equipment you choose is the wrong one.
Recently, AES El Salvador was recognized by the Australian company NOJA Power and its local representative REIMSA, for being a pioneer in building and operating the first 100% intelligent electrical distribution network in Central America. This recognition evidences AES's commitment to promote innovation in the Salvadoran electricity sector, for the benefit of its customers.
The Central Government established the Dirección General de Energía, Hidrocarburos y Minas (DGEHM), which is now a dependency of the Comisión Ejecutiva Hidroeléctrica del Río Lempa (CEL). This unit will publish the prices of fuels, gas (a regulated product) and energy, on the dates indicated in the current regulatory framework.
Policymakers and business leaders gathered these days at the World Economic Forum in Davos face a Gordian knot of problems.
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), through its Fundación de Apoyo Social (FAS), and Partnership for Central America, Inc. (PCA) signed a memorandum of understanding in Washington D.C. to promote the identification and support of initiatives that comprehensively address the causes of migration in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
Inversiones Energéticas (INE), informed through its Twitter account that in 2022 the generation of electric energy increased by 56% compared to the previous year. Due to the fact that they injected to the salvadoran electric system a total of 106,718 MWh, being of great importance during peak demand hours.