Peru cancels transmission concession calls

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Peruvian authorities called off concession calls to reinforce transmission infrastructure in Lima region.

The shelved processes are Nueva Lurin and Córpac, which private investment promotion agency ProInversión launched in June and August, respectively.

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The projects were eliminated due to the modification of energy and mining regulator Osinergmin's 2013-17 investment plan, according to ProInversión resolutions.

Works under the 30-year concessions included construction and expansion of substations and associated lines.

Bidding continues for transmission concessions Carapongo and Azángaro-Juliaca-Puno.

ProInversión also plans to launch calls to develop 200MW thermo Quillabamba and award 1.2GW from new hydro plants.