Colombia rose to 35th place in the WEC energy sustainability ranking, 5th in Latin America

The World Energy Council (WEC) updated its Energy Trilemma, in which it assesses 130 countries against their energy security, energy equity and environmental sustainability of energy systems. Colombia climbed 12 places in the ranking, reaching 35 with an average score of 72.3 out of 100; in sustainability it was ranked ninth; in safety at 33 and in equity at 73. Daniel Díaz, technical secretary of WEC in Colombia assured that the country’s performance has improved due to the incorporation of 2,200 MW of renewable energy into the national electricity matrix.

Source: La República