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Thursday morning, an issue with Buenos Aires’ high voltage system left thousands without electricity across Capital Federal and southern areas of the Greater Buenos Aires province.

Across social media, hundreds have complained of several neighborhoods throughout the city being left

According to press reports, the Macri administration has instructed energy companies to go back to issuing gas and electricity bills without the steep price increases implemented in February. This decision follows two judicial rulings annulling the increases.

But don’t …

Long gone are the summer power outages that saw us languidly fan ourselves in AC-less swamps: winter has come, and with it, its own power outages forcing us to blindly huddle around 18th-century, gas-fed contraptions (until the gas runs

Happy Monday, everyone! Or it will be, once you finish this article and feel informed and no longer lost in the teeming jungle of news at the top of your week. Let’s get more of The Bubble and less Jumanji, …

Despite guidelines set by Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren instructing that power cuts must be announced before they actually take place, thousands of Porteños have found themselves without power since last night and into today with no prior …

Energy Minister Juan José Aranguren discussed the official change in electricity costs and reviewed the current energy situation today in a press conference. There is currently a nationwide freakout as to what our electricity bills are going to look like …

A government resolution authorized an increase in the government subsidies to Edesur and Edenor, the two electrical companies in charge of supplying electricity to Buenos Aires.

One reasons for the decision was found in the companies’ books. The data reveals …

This week, on The Bubble Podcast’s “Bursting the News”, we bring you the latest developments in the investigation on the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

  • Where the case is going and what we can expect.
  • Argentina’s trade relationship with Iran.

It’s Friday again!

And chances are you are not reading this right now, since you probably have no power.

Why is this all happening? No time to explain! Hurry! READ!

Now that I have power (and I can write from …