Enel Peru is acquired by state-owned China Southern Power Grid

Enel, the Italian electricity company, has reached an agreement to sell all the shares it holds in Enel Distribución Perú, which represents 83.15% of its share capital, as well as all the shares of Enel X Perú, accounting for 100% of its share capital, to China Southern Power Grid International.

EPM signs contract with Chinese company to promote solar energy project in Colombia

The Colombian company EPM has signed a contract with Powerchina International Group Limited, Colombia branch, to implement the Tepuy Photovoltaic Solar Park, its first large-scale renewable energy project in Colombia. This non-conventional renewable energy project will contribute 83 megawatts of renewable energy to the National Interconnected System (SIN), which could supply a city of 400,000 inhabitants.

Argentine province signs new strategic agreement with PowerChina

Governor of Tierra del Fuego (Argentina) Gustavo Melella signed a strategic agreement for the development of energy projects in Patagonia with Tu Shuipin, representative of PowerChina Energy in Argentina.

Chinese solar energy company to increase its commercial relations with Latin America

Chinese company Ginlong Technologies (Solis) announced that in 2022, it will expand its presence in Latin America by opening offices in Argentina, Chile, Peru, and the Dominican Republic as new markets for its clean energy generation products.

China and Argentina sign new agreement for nuclear power plant construction

Nucleoeléctrica is an Argentinean electricity generating company that operates the Embalse and Atucha I and II nuclear power plants. On February 1, the company signed an agreement to develop a project with the China National Nuclear Cooperation (CNNC), which will include the construction of a nuclear plant of the fourth nuclear power plant in Argentina.

Chinese financing to upgrade Argentina’s power grid

On January 13, the Argentine Energy Secretariat met with China Electric Power Equipment and Technology (CET) to sign a project for the construction of a new power transformer station in the South American country.

Change of contractor at Hidroituango could reactivate Sinohydro’s participation in the project

Located on the Cauca River between the municipality of Ituango and the town of Puerto Valdivia and estimated to supply energy to a large section of the western Colombia, Hidroituango is one of the most ambitious hydroelectric projects to have been implemented in the country in recent years. Construction of the project began in November 2010, once the tender —in which the Chinese company Sinohydro participated— launched by Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM) was won by the CCCI Consortium.