The project was contracted in April by the company of Geração de Energia San Gabán S/A as a turnkey contract and involves the implantation of a small hydroelectric plant, whose flow after generation will supply the reservoir of the hydroelectric plant of San Gabán ll, which lies downstream. The plant will be built in the district of Ayapata in the region of Puno, with the objective of exploring the Tupuri gorge and the work will last approximately 420 days.
According to Ocimar Born, Legal Representative of Cesbe Sucursal del Perú, this achievement demonstrates the company’s good reputation among the contracting parties in Peru. “This hydroelectric plant marks the first work of
power generation that we have gained in Peru and the second in Peruvian territory since we had already conquered a work in the sanitation segment for the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation of Peru”, highlights Ocimar.
Cesbe’s goal is to consolidate itself in Peru as a strong player in the segment of sanitation and power generation. For Paulo Talamini, commercial director of Cesbe, the largest participation in the Peruvian market is only a matter of time. “The two contracts conquered in Peru reflect our technical excellence accumulated in more than 70 years of activity in the Brazilian market, so it is time for Cesbe to strengthen its international performance”, reinforces Paulo.