Company Interested in Chan II Hydroelectric Station

AES Panama may be interested in taking on the hydroelectric construction project, which until January of this year was granted in concession to Odebrecht.

Monday, June 26, 2017

While the government is evaluating the way forward for the project, which remained unfinished after the concession to Odebrecht Energy Luxembourg was withdrawn in January, AES Panama, which currently operates five hydroelectric stations in the country, may have shown interest in assuming responsibility for the project. "... In fact, AES Changuinola is currently in charge "... of the operation and administration of the Changuinola I hydroelectric plant in Bocas del Toro."

Elcapitalfinanciero.com reports that " ...AES' aspirations were made public by general manager Miguel Boligana at a recent forum of corporate executives."

See: "Future of Hydroelectric Chan II Redefined"

"... Government sources reported separately that they are preparing the tender documents to call for a new tender for the construction of the project in Changuinola."

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