March 2, 2011 / 2:10 PM / 8 years ago

TAKE-A-LOOK-Chile seeks to head off energy squeeze

 Chile will delay the end of its summer time for three weeks
as the country faces an energy squeeze because of drought and
high demand, the government said Wednesday.
 Chile relies heavily on hydroelectric power to meet energy
needs in the world's top copper producer, and rain shortages
force generators to rely on costly fuel-driven plants,
compounding inflation risks in the country's fast-growing
economy.
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