El Salvador: Upcoming Tender for Electricity Works for $10 million

The state power company has presented a major expansion and improvement plan for transmission towers and high voltage substations and intends to start the tender process in the first weeks of 2015.

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Transmission Company of El Salvador (Etesa) plans to implement this project within 5 to 10 years and will fund it by adding charges on electricity bills for consumers. However, "... the project needs to be thoroughly reviewed in order to determine if it meets all the necessary conditions. "

The electricity manager at the General Superintendency for Electricity and Telecommunications, Gilberto Cruz told Elsalvador.com that "... The expansion plans are in response to energy demand and are also consistent with power generation projects that are being opened up in the country. Although this project is for five years, Empresa Transmisora de El Salvador is already making preparations. "

'... According to Article 69 of the General Law of Electricity, the company is required to submit a five-year expansion plan to strengthen the transmission network, because it is their responsibility to have proper equipment to ensure that energy reaches homes across the country. "



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Panama-Colombia Electricity Interconnection Plan Returns

March 2019

After several years of carrying out studies of the work, the governments announced that they plan to begin working on the standardization of regulations to sign the agreement of the electrical interconnection project.

In a press release published on March 19, Panama's Presidency stated that Panama's Energy Secretary, Victor Urrutia, informed that the Agreement required for the implementation of the electric interconnection project that will link the Andean and Central American systems will soon be signed.

Tender for Fourth Electric Transmission Line Postponed

January 2019

March 28 is the new date to present proposals for the design, construction and operation of the Fourth Electric Transmission Line in Panama.

The modification to the terms of the public tender was carried out by the Empresa de Transmisión Eléctrica (Etesa) at the request of the companies pre-qualified in the process.

Six Companies Interested in Fourth Transmission Line

August 2018

Companies from China and Canada took part in the prequalification process to design and build the Fourth Electric Transmission Line in Panama.

Last Friday Empresa de Transmisión Eléctrica, S.A. (ETESA) received documents from Interconexión Eléctrica, S.A., China Electric Power Equipment and Technology Co., Ltd., Chiriquí Transmisora de Energía, Consorcio Four Seasons, Vasco Nuñez de Balboa Consortium and TBEA Co., Ltd., companies interested in the construction work.

Panama: $483 million in Electricity Distribution

April 2013

The expansion program of the electrical system in Panama foresees investments from Empresa de Transmisión Eléctrica S.A. of $483 million over the next eight years.

"Of this total, $395 million, or 81%, will be spent between 2013 and 2016. Included in this period is the construction of a third power transmission line from the Chiriqui province, to the capital city," reported Prensa.com.

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