HMV Ingenieros Expanding Small Hydropower Capacity in Colombia

Colombian power and engineering company HMV Ingenieros will add up to 200 MW in small hydroelectric capacity in the coming years, news sources report.

HMV has already developed the 9.8-MW Guanaquitas and 9.5-MW Caruquia hydropower projects in the country’s Guadalupe River Basin, and the company is currently working on two more.

Barroso and El Popal — each with a 20.4 MW capacity and located in Antioquia department — are expected to come online in 2012.

HMV was also awarded a temporary concession by Peru’s energy and mines ministry last year, giving the company 24 months to conduct feasibility studies for another 20-MW facility in the Aracucho region


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