Colombians Announce Energy Investments
Panama is a primary destination in the investment plans involving Latin America energy projects for the company Celsia, formerly known as Colinversiones.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Celsia has 800,000 million pesos ($ 450.57 million) available for new investments and about $200 million in assets that could be sold if necessary, said company president, Juan Guillermo Londoño.
Operated by the state run energy company ICE and with a capacity of 1 MW, the project is the first of its kind in the country.
Synergy Renewables, from the U.S and Grupo Rais, from El Salvador, signed a joint venture agreement for $462 million to install five plants which will generate electricity from trash.
Cementera is inaugurating works in a power plant based on coal with a capacity to generate 60 MW per year.
The country will receive over the next seven years a $ 700 million investment in the electricity sector.
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