Endesa speeds up the second Argentina-Brazil interconnection, a US $350 million Investment

This second line has a transmission capacity of 1,000MW that would be added to the existing 1,000MW interconnection, which is supplying energy to Brazil since started commercial operation in May 2000.

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 6, 2001–Republicans in the House of Representatives gave up on a proposed bill to help California avoid summer blackouts after Democrats refused to leave out a provision for wholesale price caps.

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