Ram Power Corp. begins construction of major geothermal project in Nicaragua
The Phase 1 expansion is the first of two phases designed to expand production of the San Jacinto-Tizate geothermal power project to 46 MW from its current 10 MW, and ultimately to its full 72 MW by the end of 2011. The expansion represents the first step in bringing state of the art geothermal technology to an already operational utility scale power facility that will supply cost effective geothermal energy to the region.
With 56 MW drilled and available at the production well heads, and the two most recently drilled production wells tested at 16 MW and 22.8 MW respectively, the company is expecting to drill only two additional production wells to reach the full 72 MW net capacity. The 72 MW electrical production will be sold under a long term Power Purchase Agreement to local Nicaraguan subsidiaries of Union Fenosa, a Spanish based utility. All permits required for the construction of both phases of the expansion have been obtained and commissioning of the full 72 MW plant is targeted for the fourth quarter of 2011.
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