The Peruvian authorities have awarded a 20-year concession contract for the design, construction and operation of a 200 MW thermoelectric plant in Eten, in the northern region of Lambayeque.

According to BNamericas, the consortium, comprising of the Ministry of Energy and Mining and a special purpose company established by Cobra and Enersa, obtained a contract in April with a monthly tariff offer of $7267/MW.

The investment is estimated at approximately $113m.

The construction period is under 24 months from the date of approval of environmental impact study or 32 months from signing the contract, the state agency ProInversion said in a statement.

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