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EPSA (Empresa de Energia del Pacifico S.A. E.S.P.)


EPSA - Empresa de Energia del Pacifico S.A. E.S.P.

Colombian generator EPSA is engaged in the generation, distribution and transmission of electric power in the country's Valle de Cauca department. The firm's distribution arm supplies power to over 500,000 residential users across the department. In 2011, EPSA opened the 20MW Amaime facility. The following year, the company inaugurated the 19.9MW Alto Tuluá mini-hydro in Valle del Cauca department, which takes EPSA's current installed capacity across Colombia to 960MW. The plant's sister facility, the 19.9MW Bajo Tuluá plant, is expected online before the end of 2012. The company is controlled by Colombian power holding group Colinversiones. EPSA was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Cali, Colombia.

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Name: EPSA
Address: Calle 15 #29B-30 Autopista Cali - Yumbo
City: Cali,Valle del Cauca
Country: Colombia
Phone number: 57-2-3210000
Fax: 57-2-3210030
Sector: Electric Power
Subsectors: Distribution

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