Electricity Works for $12 million

Plans are underway to build a 9.6-kilometer-long transmission line between the substations of the future GTPP plant and that of Sabanitas, located in the province of Colón, Panama.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

The company Martano Inc submitted an Environmental Impact Study (EIA) to build a 9.6-kilometer-long transmission line from the site of the future substation in the Río Alejandro Energetic Park project to the Sabanitas substation, owned by Empresa de Transmisión S.A.

See "Central America: $1.6 billion in Energy Projects"

According to the document, the transmission line will be composed of 34 towers that will cross several farms, it will be made using lattice towers, its operating voltage will be 230 kV and it will have two three-phase circuits.

The estimated investment for the project is $12 million.

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