They are preparing a contingency plan in order to avoid new failures
Venezuelan authorities are monitoring national power demand to determine whether rationing measures similar to those implemented on Tuesday are required.
In northwestern Zulia state sources of power utility C.A. Energía Eléctrica de Venezuela (Enelven) said that "so far no rationing plan has been ordered." Zulia state is one of the entities that was hardest hit by power rationing measures implemented after three blackouts on Monday led to massive outages in 15 Venezuelan states.
Sources of Enelven said that they "will continue to monitor power demand."
On Tuesday, Igor Gavidia, the head of the National Center for Electric Power Delivery, Ministry of Electric Energy, said that they were preparing "a contingency plan to deal with the situation and avoid further failures."