Cristián M. Muñoz → The 2018 energy agenda will be driven by new procedures, interconnection, new transmission lines, changes in distribution, carbon prices, international fossil fuel prices and renewable power plants. The new year could bring some regulatory and operational developments in the local generation and transmission sectors. Much needed modernization of distribution sector regulation could continue to move forward this year. Likewise, a carbon price that is compatible with commitments made by Chile in the Paris Agreement will remain an important topic. In international matters, oil prices will be determined by the United States and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). In addition, China will continue to play a key role in supplying new renewable energy…
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