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Bids in the tender for construction of the project, which will consist of two separate hydro plants on the Tunuyán river, were opened in November last year.
However, the Impsa spokesperson confirmed that the firm has no information on when a decision on the bid round will be made. The provincial government's department of public works, currently managing the tender, declined to comment when contacted by BNamericas.
Estimates over the cost of the project have been put at 3.2bn pesos (US$820mn).