Bolivia is fine-tuning details to start exporting electricity to Argentina, while it is working on electricity interconnection projects with Brazil, Paraguay, Chile and Peru, the Vice Minister of Electricity and Alternative Energies, Édgar Caero, reported Thursday.
"With Argentina, only small details are missing and we will begin to sell energy. Bolivia has studies that define the interconnection with Brazil, Paraguay and Chile, since it has a surplus of energy of 800 to 900 megawatts, the sale of which will generate more resources for the treasury national," the Bolivian official told Xinhua.
According to Caero, the electricity export capacity is . . .