Paraguay to supply power to Uruguay

Paraguay is to start selling electricity to Uruguay from April this year, according to German Fatecha, president of the National Administration of Electricity.
 
According to news agency ANSA, the power will be supplied through the Argentina’s electrical grid system, after the deal follows months of negotiations.
 
"Paraguay will supply Uruguay with approximately 300 MW from its power plant in Acaray, and it expects to receive annual revenues of $20 million.”
 
Paraguay has surplus energy because it co-owns the Itaipu and Yacyreta hydroelectric plants.
 
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