January 2004
ABS Power Predictor Report;2004, Issue 4, p136
Market Research Report
Informs about power generation of several countries of Latin America. Information that between 1990 and 1993 generation and distribution industries of Argentina were deregulated and privatised; View that together with Paraguay, Brazil maintains the world's largest operational hydroelectric complex, the Itaipu facility, with a capacity of 12,600 MW; Opinion that because of dependence on hydro power, the key uncertainty in the Chilean and many of the Latin American power systems, is the availability of water.


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