Jorge Rivera Staff, energy sector content coordinator for Panama's president-elect Laurentino Cortizo (pictured), provides a glimpse of what can be expected from the next administration. More
Led by Brazil, Colombia, Chile and Peru, investments in Latin America's electric power sector are seen rising in 2019. More than 76% of respondents to a BNamericas survey said they expected an increase in the number of project approvals compared to last year. Solar power was considered by 72% of participants as the energy source that would lead growth, boosted by abundant natural resources, economies of scale and regulatory improvements. More
- Governador Valadares 6 substation
- IPS Ingavi hospital substation
- Parnaíba III substation
- El Río new substation
- 2021 Distribution loss reduction (8th phase)
- Nueva Maitencillo substation expansion
- Colombia-Panama interconnection line
- Entre Ríos substation (ex Nueva Charrúa)
- Panama III fourth transmission line - phase II
- Araraquara II substation
- Ministerio de Energía y Minas de la República del Perú
- Comisión Federal de Electricidad
- Comité de Operación Económica del Sistema Interconectado Nacional
- Redram Construtora de Obras Ltda.
- Enel Brasil S.A.
- Equatorial Energía S.A.
- BNDES - Fundo de Participação Social FPS
- Fisterra Energy Mexico
- Wood PLC
- Enesa Energia S.A. de C.V.
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