In order to meet Colombia's future energy demand, we implemented an expansion plan that included our 80 MW Amoyá-La Esperanza Hydroelectric Power Plant and ended with the start-up of our 820 MW Sogamoso Hydroelectric Power Plant in December 2014, thereby increasing our installed capacity to 3,032 MW and our annual average generation to 15,478 GWh-year.
We currently have a portfolio of renewable-source studies and prioritized generation projects. They include hydroelectric, wind and solar generation, which represent a means of backup in light of phenomena such as El Niño and climate change.
In Eastern Antioquia we have four hydroelectric power plant projects: Palagua (98 MW), Nare (20 MW), San Bartolomé (50 MW) and Tafetanes (4.3 MW). We also promoted the Guajira I (20 MW) and Guajira II (376 MW) wind farm projects in the department of La Guajira, as well as solar energy studies.
Our generation projects are aligned with criteria of quality, profitability, and social and environmental responsibility. In the regions, we strive to establish these projects with a forward-looking vision and as opportunities for sustainable development for the communities, promoting constructive dialogue and institutional strengthening.