PERU ELECTRIC INVESTMENT $1.3 BLN
ENERDATA - 3 Jun 2020 - The National Interconnected System Financial Operation Committee (COES), which is responsible for the Peruvian electric grid development, has released its preliminary 2021-2030 transmission plan, which would require US$1.3bn of new investments. Ten of the projects envisioned by the plan are expected to start in 2021-2022 and to be commissioned by 2026, for a total investment of US$690m. The near-term projects include the 500 kV Huánuco-Tocache-Celendín-Trujillo, Celendín-Piura and San José-Yarabamba lines, the 220 kV Montalvo-Moquegua line, and the expansion of the 500/220 kV Poroma substation. Another 11 projects, requiring US$628m…
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