A second El Niño is on the way for the first time in 30 years.
But Monterreys official said the conditions were right to go for another year.
“I think we can expect a strong El Niño over the next two years.
The province expects electricity costs to rise to more than $300 a megawatt hour (MWh) in 2019.”
We know that it’s coming and that we will have some big storms that we’ll be able have some major impacts,” Monterriere mayor Eduardo García said.The El Niño comes just as the state is struggling with its highest electricity costs in decades.
The province expects electricity costs to rise to more than $300 a megawatt hour (MWh) in 2019.
But it said this will be offset by cheaper natural gas prices and more renewable energy.
“We are seeing an improvement in the economy and that’s the key, to allow us to maintain that momentum,” Moncerrey Mayor Eduardo Garcia said.
“That’s what the government wants to see happen.”
Monterrey mayor Eduard García says the city will continue to recover, despite the El Niño.
“The people of Monterreres, we have to work together,” he said.
Topics:electrical-infrastructure,climate-change,environment,monterrey-2350,la-vieira-2360,tamare-2352First posted April 04, 2020 19:17:13Contact Anna Fosu-Wahat-SantiagoMore stories from New South Wales