$720 million for coal plant in Guatemala
Ashmore Energy International (AEI) will invest $750 million to construct a coal energy plant in Guatemala.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
With this investment the company hopes to produce 300 megawatts which will be in addition to the 234 megawatts being produced, making the total produced by the company 534 megawatts.
Jaguar Energy, from AEI, began construction of a 700 million solid fuel fired power generation facility near Port Quetzal.
AEI announced today that it closed long-term financing for the construction of a new 300 MW solid fuel-fired power plant located near Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala.
The Energy Minister informed that the construction of Jaguar Energy power plant will begin in the next months.
Spain's Unión Fenosa has awarded a $600 million contract for the construction of a 200-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Guatemala to Jaguar Energy, a local unit of Ashdown Energy International.
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