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Peru's government launched bidding to reinforce electricity dispatch in southern regions Cusco and Puno.
The 220kV, 450MVA line will stretch 128km and take 36 months to complete, according to investment promotion agency ProInversión. Estimated investment is US$59.9mn.
The deadline to pay the participation fee and submit qualification documents is July 18, with offers due and awarding expected in the fourth quarter, according to reference terms.
Last month, ProInversión issued a call for the 500kV Mantaro-Nueva Yanango-Carapongo and Nueva Yanango-Nueva Huánuco lines. Bidding is also underway for the 138kV Aguaytía-Pucallpa project.
In a related development, the energy and mines ministry granted Huaura Power Group the definitive concession for the transmission component of the company's 15MW Yarucaya hydroelectric project in Lima region.
The US$34mn plant was a winner in Peru's third renewable energy auction and is due online in December.