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Costs and Benefits of the Inambari River Hydroelectric Project

Costs and Benefits of the Inambari River Hydroelectric Project
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Contributors: Serra, José Vega, Malky, Alfonso, Reid, John

Tapping hydropower in the Andean slopes is a key feature in Brazil’s electricity strategy. In June 2010, the governments of Peru and Brazil signed an Energy Agreement that includes plans for hydroelectric plants in the Peruvian Amazon, intended primarily to generate power for export to Brazil. The Inambari River hydroelectric project, with an installed capacity of 2,200 megawatts, is the first of five possible projects to have a feasibility study conducted.

Author(s): Serra, José Vega , Malky, Alfonso , Reid, John

Publication Date: 2010

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