The spokesman also underlined the requests for new residential developments or expanding existing ones, which represents 22 per cent of the total megawatts pending connection and which will be incorporated into the network over the next five years.
The demands for power are centred mainly in Majorca, which accounts for 71 per cent of the total power pending the signing of contracts and 69 per cent of the total requests.
The figures for Minorca are 17 and 15 per cent respectively, and for Ibiza and Formentera, 12 and 16 per cent.
The company's concern comes just days after union representatives warned that a Public Share Acquisition Offer (OPA) on Endesa would endanger the 1'507 million euro investment planned for the Balearics over the period 2005-2009.
According to the unions, this bid would have direct repercussions on the improvement and maintenance of the electricity installations in the region.
Improvements to the generators, the distribution networks and substations would all be affected, and jobs could be lost, the unions warned at the beginning of the week.
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