Developer announces public hearing on proposed Tulumayo 4 hydropower project

Peruvian developer Egenjunin Tulumayo IV S.A.C. will hold a public hearing in May to meet socioeconomic requirements for the proposed Tulumayo 4 hydropower project.

The company filed an environmental impact assessment for the US$103 million, 56.2 MW hydroelectric plant in January.

Details in the assessment show a US$103 million hydroelectric project with two Francis turbine units and a 4.7 km tunnel to be built along the Tulumayo River in Peru’s Junin region.

The public hearing will take place May 21 in the Mariscal Castilla district.

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Michael Harris formerly was Editor for HydroWorld.com.

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