Venezuela lowers electric power budget

Venezuela‘s electric power ministry will receive a budget of $1.83 billion from the 2015 fiscal budget, nearly 9.8 percent lower than this year’s $2 billion, according to Business News Americas.

Projects anticipated for next year include the construction of the hydroelectric plant Manuel Piar, which will generate 2,160 MW and through an investment of $235 million.

Nearly 2 billion bolàƒ­vares will be used to rehabilitate units 1-6 of the Simàƒ³n Bolivar hydroelectric center, which supplies some 70 percent of energy consumed by Venezuelans.

Another $45.8 million will be used to advance transmission works at the Termozulia III center.

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