Bolivia To Start Work on Transmission Line to Argentina

(Energy Analytics Institute, Ian Silverman, 26.Jul.2018) – In two or three weeks, Bolivia expects to start work on an electrical transmission line that will allow it to export energy to Argentina.

The lines could be finished in 2019 and allow the small land-locked country to export between 80 and 120 megawatts of energy to Argentina, reported the daily newspaper La Razón.

Bolivia expects to have capacity to export 1,000 MW in about four years later or around 2023-2024.

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