$45 million for laying out power lines in El Salvador

Investment made by Empresa Transmisora de El Salvador (Etesal) is designated to improve and expand the energy distribution networks.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Elsalvador.com published in its website that "The majority of the investment will be targeted in the La Unión zone, for which has been projected to designate $22 million to install a substation and transmission line."

"In addition to the substation at La Unión, Etesal will work until 2011 on three more expansion projects. The second largest investment, which will be nearly $13 million, will be for the construction of a transformer substation in Opico (La Libertad), which is expected to be operational in two years."

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