LAESA Pimentel Phase II

LAESA Pimentel Phase II

The enlargement process in August 2007 announced the power company Electricidad de Santiago (LAES) is still within the schedule.

Of the 30 megawatts that was available in Pimentel went to 60 megs in October 2009 with the addition of Phase II, which cost approximately U.S. $ 124 million, whose inauguration was attended by President Leonel Fernandez and the Executive Vice President Dominican Corporation of State Electrical Companies (CDEEE), Celso Marranzini, among other executives and officials.

The company president, Robert Camino, told Listin Diario that for June is another good news for the electrical system, because in that month will enter Phase III of the project. It is said, of 51 megawatts with three motors of 17 MW each, which seeks to bring more stability to the Cibao region and other parts of the country.

According to the employer, the project is completed in 95% and now the technicians working in the computer phase, in which computer systems are installed and therefore more sensitive. He said that everything is humming along, so from June this year there will be more energy available to serve the National Interconnected Electric System (SENI).

During the opening ceremony of Phase II, Camino said that the company is committed to providing energy to the country with high standards of quality, adherence to international environmental protection and safety.

The energetic entrepreneur used the event to announce the start of the second phase of 50 megawatts, whose engines are built and being tested in Italy.

By | 2017-11-18T20:42:06+00:00 December 7th, 2015|Engineering, News|