ENDE is reviewing $397 mn hydroelectric project which is at a standstill

The Miguillas hydroelectric project costs $397 million. The work involves the construction of two cascading hydroelectric plants, a dam with a height of 29 meters, 22 kilometres of water conduction tunnels and 100 kilometres of access roads, to increase electricity generation by 204 MW, to inject into the National Interconnected System. In 2014 it was awarded to the Spanish company Isolux Corsán Corviam, a company that went bankrupt in Spain and abandoned the works in 2017. ENDE subcontracted Chinese company China Railway to build the tunnels and access roads for the project but it left the project in November 2019.

Source: Los Tiempos