The French company plans to invest in renewable energy instead.
Colombia has finally joined Latin America's NCRE sea change, with solar, wind and biomass now comprising more than a third of the country's 14,708MW registered early stage projects, according to a BNamericas Intelligence Series report.
The original workscope involved electrical testing of the generator rotor and stator, along with the removal of the retaining rings to inspect the insulation and blocking under the rings.
Commercial operations under the 15-20 year contracts are due to start in 2021.
Local firms targeted to support engineering and design of preliminary works.
Experts from the water sector highlighted the need to coordinate public and private actors in order to secure the country's water resources, as some areas are poised to see severe scarcity by 2050.