Category: Latin America Project Update

500 kV Celendín–Piura Transmission Project, Peru

The project aims to strengthen the supply of electricity and provide reliability and greater transmission capacity, and contribute to the promotion of industrial, commercial and service activities, and the growth of regional economies.

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San Pedro Sula Sur–Progreso Transmission Line Project, Honduras

The project aims to strengthen the electricity infrastructure in the country.

The project entails the construction of the Calpules, La Victoria and El Sitio substations; expansion of the San Pedro Sula Sur, Santa Marta, Progreso, Bermejo, Choloma, La Puerta, Circunvalación, Comayagua, Villanueva and Zamorano substations; and installation of the San Pedro Sula Sur–Progreso line.

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Fourth Line Project, Panama

The project will provide the national interconnected system with an unrestricted connection to power generation in the west and enable the transfer of electricity from this region to the load centre in the east.

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230 kV Abunã–Rio Transmission Project, Brazil

The project entails the construction of the 230 kV Abunã–Rio Branco C3 line and the Tucumã substation with an installed capacity of 300 MVA and a 150 MVA backup transformer, along with the sectioning of the 230 kV Abunã–Rio Branco C2 transmission line, and the expansion of the Abunã and Rio Branco substations.

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Kimal–Lo Aguirre HVDC Transmission Line Project, Chile

The project has been proposed by Chile’s national energy commission, Comisión Nacional de Energía (CNE), under its Annual Transmission Expansion Plan for the Sistema Eléctrico Nacional (SEN) or national electric system and zonal transmission system, for 2018.

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El Sistema de Transmisión Nororiental (STNO) project, Ecuador

The public selection process for financing, construction, operation and maintenance of the El Sistema de Transmisión Nororiental (STNO) or North-eastern Transmission System will allow for the connection of the Sistema Nacional Interconectado (SNI) or the National Interconnected System with Sistema Interconectado Eléctrico Petrolero (SIEP) or the Interconnected Electric Oil System, located in the northeast of Ecuador.

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