Secretaria Ejecutiva del Consejo de Electrificación de América Central (SE-CEAC)
Executive Secretariat of the Council of Electrification of Central America
Secrétariat executive du Conseil de l'électrification de l'Amérique centrale
1985-04-18 San José San José Costa Rica
18 Apr 1985, San José (Costa Rica), at 9th meeting of Presidents and Managers of the Electrical Enterprises of the Central American Isthmus, having been proposed at 6th meeting, 29-30 Mar 1979, Panama. Also referred to in English as Electrification Council of Central America. Comes within the framework of F-XF2858 - Central American Integration System.
Obtain the best exploitation (usage) of the resources of energy of the Member States by means of an efficient, rational and appropriate generation, transmission and distribution of electrical energy among Central American countries.
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