Peruvian generator Egemsa will restart operations at its Machu Picchu hydroelectric plant in November 2000, CEO Edgar Venero said during a visit to the plant with Cuzco municipal officials and the chairman of the center-north interconnected system coordinating body (COES SICN), Rodolfo Zamalloa Lopez. The plant was buried by a February 1998 landslide. Recovery work has reached 40%, Venero said.
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