CENACE: New extension of suspension of activities

 Professional related: Horacio M. de Uriarte , Pilar Mata   |      July 8th, 2020

The National Energy Control Center extends again suspension of its terms and deadlines.

On July 7, 2020, the National Energy Control Center (“CENACE”) published in the Federal Official Gazette a resolution (“Resolution”) amending the “Resolution that orders the suspension of the deadlines and terms of the acts and proceedings carried out before CENACE, from March 26, 2020 until Sunday, April 19, 2020” (the “Original Resolution”) . The Resolution extends the suspension period for requests and applications filed to CENACE, including those filed through the System for Attention to Interconnection and Connection Requests (Sistema de Atención de Solicitudes de Interconexión y Conexión), until the health authority determines that there is no epidemiological risk associated with the gradual, cautious and orderly opening of activities related to the Federal Public Administration. Due to the above, the terms and deadlines of the proceedings handled by CENACE will be suspended until such time when the health authority determines otherwise. The terms for CENACE or applicants, which expire during the period of suspension, will be extended and resumed from the business day following that on which the health authority determines the reopening of activities of the Federal Public Administration. Applications submitted to CENACE during the period of suspension will be deemed to have been made on when above-mentioned terms resume. The rest of the terms and conditions set forth in the Original Resolution will continue to have legal effect as establish therein.

 

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