96 MW Thermoelectric Power Plant
| Tender for 60 MW thermoelectric power production plant in Panama
Electricity: Generation up 8%
| During the first month of the year, electricity generation in Panama amounted to 975 million kWh, 7.5% more than in the same period of 2019.
Electricity: Thermal Generation Doubled in 2019
| Between 2018 and 2019 the energy generated by thermal sources in Panama grew 110%, a rise that contrasts with the 23% drop reported between 2017-2018.
Electricity: Thermal Generation Still Rising
| Mainly determined by the performance of the energy supply from thermal sources, between January and November 2018 and the same period in 2019, electricity generation in Panama grew by 3%.
Electricity: Thermal Generation Doubles
| Partly determined by the behavior of the energy supply from thermal sources, between January and October 2018 and the same period in 2019 the electricity generation in Panama grew 120%.
Electricity: Thermal Generation Upwards
| Partly determined by the behavior of the energy supply from thermal sources, between January and July 2018 and the same period in 2019 the electricity generation in Panama grew 4%.
Energy: Investment Projects in El Salvador
| The state-owned company LaGeo plans to invest in its geothermal fields in Chinameca and San Vicente to increase its generation capacity to an additional 80 megawatts.
Electricity: Generation grew 4% up to June 2019
| Between the first semester of 2018 and the same period of 2019 electricity generation in Panama grew 4%, which is explained by the behavior of the supply from thermal sources.
Electricity: Thermal Sources Boost Generation
| Because of the behavior of the energy supply from thermal sources, between January and May 2018 and the same period in 2019 the generation of electricity in Panama increased 4%.
Central America: New Investments in Construction
| The construction of a thermoelectric plant in Panama, a food processing plant in Costa Rica and a vertical residential complex in Guatemala are part of the projects planned for the coming months in the region.
Barriers to 670 MW Gas Plant
| According to the Panama Canal Authority, NG Power only has permission to build a 130 MW plant, so it will have to go through a new procedure if it expects to develop the 670 MW plant, as planned from the beginning.
Panama: Electricity Supply Increases 3%
| During the first ten months of the year, 72% of the electricity was generated with hydraulic sources, 20% thermal, 5% wind, 2% solar and 1% self-generation.
New Deadline for $900 Million Project
| The deadline for the Panama NG Power to submit a clarification of financial information for the construction of the 670 MW natural gas plant was extended to December 26th.
Uncertain Future for $900 million Project
| Panamanian authorities have declared the deadline passed for Panama NG Power to present evidence of economic backing for the construction of the 670 MW natural gas plant.
New Opportunity for $900 million Gas Plant
| One month after its license was canceled, a judicial ruling has reactivated the project to construct and operate a 670 MW natural gas plant, under the responsibility of NG Power.
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