Bolivia in HEP deal with Hydrochina

Hydrochina Corporation is to conduct a feasibility study for the construction of a hydroelectric power plant under a memorandum of understanding signed with the Bolivian government
Hydroelectric power plant
 The 400 MW HEP plant is being proposed for the eastern province of Santa Cruz.

The memorandum was signed Friday night by Hydrocarbons and Energy Minister Juan Jose Sosa and Hydrochina Corporation representatives in the presence of Chinese Ambassador to Bolivia Li Dong, the ministry said in a statement.

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