New thermo-electric power plant in Panama
After$100 million in investment and 12 months of construction, operations at the new Cativa thermo-electric power plant began.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
The new power plant will provide 10% of electric energy generation to the country in 2009, along with the Bahia Las Minas plant.
GDF Suez Energy’s $140 million coal reconversion energy plant would start operating by the end of June.
A subsidiary of GDF Suez will start the construction of a 115 MW run-of-the river hydro project following an auction which took place on 9 Sep. 2008.
Gator Partners has obtained a provisional license to build in Bahia Las Minas, Panama, a power plant with a capacity of 400MW, based on ethane.
Aprobaron un préstamo del Banco Nacional de Desarrollo Económico y Social y la constructora Norberto Odebrecht para la construcción de una central termoeléctrica a carbón minera.
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