Tender for Energy Announced

Empresa Eléctrica de Guatemala is preparing three tenders for the energy supply, which will be for one, four and fifteen years.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Empresa Eléctrica de Guatemala, S.A. (EEGSA) reported that the first tender it has planned is a one-year contract from May 2019 for the supply of 71 MW.

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The second tender will be to supply energy on a four-year basis from May 2020, and the third tender will be for a 15-year term beginning in 2024.

Jorge Alonso, manager of EEGSA explained to Prensalibre.com that "... among the tenders, a medium term one is planned, this would be to cover the expiration of the San Jose contract for four years from May next year. This will allow the open participation of suppliers of any type of generation resources because what we are looking for is price competitiveness."

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Alonso added that "... The other tender is planned to be long-term for 15 years, and whose plants must be introduced after the expiration of the previous one (in 2024). For this one, new plants will be asked. What is sought is that with more, the most modern technology allows a more efficient generation and procure better prices."

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