Elecnor wins a EUR 177 million power transmission contract in Brazil
The project involves 436 km of transmission lines, the construction of a new substation and the expansion of a further four substations.
Elecnor has won the contract for the engineering, supply and construction of the transmission project that will link the Xingú and Tapajós substations in Pará state in Brazil.
The contract, awarded by Equatorial Energía, is worth EUR 659 million, equivalent to around EUR 177.5 million. Elecnor will build a 230 kV line stretching 436 km and the new Tapajós substation, and will also expand the Altamira, Xingu, Transamazónica and Rurópolis substations.