Abengoa, the international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors, has been awarded the extension project of a transformer station by the Management Committee of Fideicomiso de Obras de Transporte de Argentina (FOTAE). The project is valued at 2 MUSD.
The company will be responsible for designing and assembling two complete 132 kV outgoing bays in the Chaco substation located in the northeast part of the country. The construction project is expected to last 12 months.
The company is currently developing other transmission and distribution projects in various provinces in Argentina totaling over 300km, such as the construction of the interconnection between Bahía Blanca and Vivoratá, in the province of Buenos Aires, or the construction of lines and the extension of the transformer station in the province of Entre Ríos.
Abengoa has been present in Argentina for over 45 years and has a long history in Latin America where, with projects such as these, contributes to a sustainable development of infrastructures and the transport of electric power. The company has been awarded contracts that total over 25,000 kilometers that total over 25,000 km worldwide over the last 10 years and almost 300 substations in the last decade.