Three Companies Bid for Overseeing Electrical Grid

The winning company will be announced by Guatemala's 'Junta Calificadora' on August 27th.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The offers presented for supervising the construction of the new electricity distribution network range from $5 million to $13 million.

"Peruvian company Cesel S.A. presented the lowest priced offer, at $5.2 million, followed by Uruguayan company 'Consultores Regionales Asociados - Mercados Energéticos Consultores, S. A.', at $6.5 million", reported Prensalibre.com. "The highest priced offer came from the company 'Groupe - Conseil Dessau-Soprin Guatemala, S.A.', at $12.9 million.

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Panama: $483 million in Electricity Distribution

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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.

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Guatemala: Cesel S.A. Will Oversee Power Grid

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Peruvian company Cesel S.A. won the bidding process to oversee the construction of an electrical transmission network.

Meanwhile, the bidding process for choosing the builder is still underway. Interested companies have up to November 27 to present technical and economic proposals.

BID Positioned to Finance Panama-Colombia Electrical Interconnection

February 2009

The project is in the stage of analyzing the financials, economics, technical feasibility, and environmental impacts.

Press.com publishes: “Once they comply with these requirements and, taking into account the conclusions of the analyses, the board of directors of Banco Interamericano will approve or reject the negotiated credits.”

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