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Colombia: Miel II will contribute to the country’s electricity service deficit

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Source: Caracol.com.co, Sept 29, 2019

The Miel II Hydroelectric Power Plant, located on the coffee region, is a project for the generation of clean and environmentally friendly energy and has a purpose that is not only local, but also a national one that bets on the energy balance, under a structure called water cutting edge.

It will be able to generate 120 megawatts and requires an investment of approximately 200 million dollars for its construction, based on clean energy, that is, it does not require displacement of communities and seeks the care of the fauna and flora of the region, because it does not count with systems such as reservoir or flood, but it captures the water of the La Miel River by means of an 8 meter high and 25 wide weir that allows the passage of a flow guaranteeing life downstream.

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