Colombian Sustainable Energy Infrastructure
Evolving existing systems to reduce their ecological impact and implementing new technologies and infrastructure that are more sustainable are essential to maintaining business system reliability. To help our Colombian Partner Nation customers improve their environmental performance and system reliability, Cambridge supplied, installed, and implemented a new electric infrastructure for the Colombian Ministerio de Hacienda y Credito Publico (Ministry of Treasury) in Bogotá, Colombia. This new energy distribution system replaced an outdated and inefficient system that was unreliable and increasingly unsustainable under the current climate-sensitive standards.
Cambridge’s installation created a grid with armed bars that improves efficiencies by 80% and saves approximately 70% of the Ministry’s previous electrical infrastructure operating costs when integrated into their new solar panel system. The new grid supply supports our Colombian Partner Nation’s commitment to critical infrastructure development and environmentally sensitive implementation practices and meets the highest levels of availability and safety.