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Construction Flaws and Natural Risks Threaten Ecuador’s Largest Hydroelectric Plant

Published on July 01, 2024
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Construction failures and natural risks threaten to permanently put Coca Codo Sinclair, Ecuador’s largest hydroelectric plant, out of operation. Three risks could permanently disable Coca Codo Sinclair, which, with 1,500 megawatts of power, is the largest hydroelectric plant in Ecuador. Coca Codo Sinclair is located between the Amazonian provinces of Napo […]

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