Peru is set to build conventional power projects totaling around 3174 MW between 2015 and 2018, according to reports.
This figure only takes into account the units of at least 90 MW of installed capacity.
The South American nation has a local installed capacity of 8686 MW, of which thermal power plants account for 59.1 per cent and 38.2 per cent is hydroelectric.
Wind units together account for 1.6 percent of the capacity to sign and solar 1.1 percent.
The maximum demand, meanwhile, was 5737 MW in 2014.