State of Sao Paulo to increase power generating capacity

May 22, 2001 02:00 AM

In order to cope with energy rationing, the Sao Paulo government will anticipate by 60 days the installation of 2 turbines (100 MW each) at the Porto Primavera power plant, which presently has a power generating capacity of 900 MW. One of the new turbines will be set up in June and the other one in September.

The local government will also increase the Piratininga power plant's capacity by 200 MW by setting up 2 new turbines. The plant will be fired with natural gas. Another project is to increase the production of the Cubatao-based power plant Henry Borden, whose production capacity totals 700 MW but it only produces 30 MW due to lack of water.

Source: Gazeta Mercantil/SABI via Newspage
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