Guatemalan Grid to be Extended with 850 km of lines
Investment by Grupo Energía de Bogotá, for an 850km extension, will amount to about $357 million and works must conclude in October 2013.
Monday, May 14, 2012
The extension of the transmission electricity network in Guatemala by 23% with the addition of 850 km of new 230 kilovolts lines, is being managed by the Colombian company Grupo Energia de Bogota, which won a tender issued in 2009.
The lack of an electrical transmission line from hydropower plants in Chiriquí stands out against the backdrop of energy rationing being suffered in Panama.
Submission of proposals for the design and construction of the third power transmission line in Panama has been postponed until August 9.
The Electric Transmission Company of Panama (ETESA), is putting out to tender the delivery and construction of transmission lines for the Colon Phase II project.
The National Electric Power Company is preparing a bid for the repair and construction of electric transmission lines for $400 million.
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