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Isolux Corsán has significant operations in Angola, where it is carrying out numerous energy projects to keep up with the new energy requirements triggered by the country's economic development.
Amongst the most important jobs that Isolux Corsán is carrying out in Angola for 2010, is the project to deliver the Angolan Government with a floating open-cycle power plant with 100 MW gas turbines. This provides a short-term solution for the growing energy requirements of the capital city, Luanda. The group is also putting the finishing touches on another project: a 70-MW generation plant in Cabinda.
The group is executing various energy projects to supply industrial and residential consumers in the country.
In transmission and distribution (T&D) the group has built the first 400-kV (kilovolt) transmission line in Angola. This transmits the electricity output from the Capanda Dam to the capital, Luanda. It has also built the feed line for the Cabinda Stadium to ensure an adequate supply of electricity during the Africa Nations' Cup.
Isolux Corsán has also done some rural electrification works in Malange, laying 133 km of grid cables (54% of which are underground lines), and the Sumbe-Port Amboin transmission lines and the 200-kV Lucala-Uige line.
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