Colombia's Isagen mulls power plant in Panama
Isagen, a Colombian company, is preparing a feasibility study for the construction and operation of a power plant at the Petaquilla mining concession in Panama.
Monday, July 7, 2008
The aim is to provide electricity not only to Petaquilla but also to other mines in the area.
The Petaquilla Mining project for the exploration of copper, selected the CH2M HILL Company to carry out the preliminary engineering for a new carbon plant.
The Colombian company Isagen would invest in El Salvador, Guatemala and Panama.
The country surpassed the 1.100 MW mark, as a thermal plant known as “Solidaridad”, started operations.
The process was unable to be completed after the withdrawal of offers from firms with capacity to generate electricity required.
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