LUMA has not yet requested reimbursement from FEMA for the million-dollar transfer of a megatransformer

LUMA has not yet requested reimbursement from FEMA for the million-dollar transfer of a megatransformer

Although the contract for the transfer of the megatransformer to Saint Elizabeth refers to the possibility of recovering expenses through reimbursement, LUMA Energy has not claimed – for now – the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA, in English) the almost $4 million it costs to mobilize the unit by sea and land.

This was confirmed by both FEMA and the Central Office of Recovery, Reconstruction and Resilience (COR3in English) in written statements to The new day.

“At this time, FEMA has not received a request for reimbursement related to the transfer of the transformer to the southern area of ​​the island. If received, it will be evaluated to determine if it meets the eligibility and reimbursement requirements.FEMA reported Friday.

The contract awarded to the subcontracted company, Montimber Internationalbased in Louisiana, establishes that the cost for the logistics work and execution of transportation from the Buen Pastor substation, in Caguasuntil Santa Isabel rises to $3,995,388.63.

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