Argentina and Bolivia to sign energy agreement

The governments of Argentina and Bolivia are preparing to launch the construction of a power line between Yaguacua in Bolivia and Tartagal in Argentina.  

Both countries are planning to submit a project for the electrical interconnection in a forthcoming meeting in Buenos Aires.

The two South American leaders have announced the construction of the Yaguacua-Tartagal electric interconnection line, through which Bolivia plans to export 200 MW in the first year.

Evo Morales, the Bolivian president, will also use the visit to open a subsidiary Empresa Nacional de Electricidad (Ende) in Argentina.

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