Transfer of megatransformer from Caguas to Santa Isabel will cost almost $4 million

Transfer of megatransformer from Caguas to Santa Isabel will cost almost  million

The transfer of the megatransformer that will replace the one that broke down, at the beginning of June, in Saint Elizabeth It will cost almost $4 million LUMA Energywhich will pay the amount – coming from its operational budget – to the subcontracted company Montimber International.

According to the contract between the company and the Electric Power Authority (AEE) –represented by LUMA–, the cost for the logistics and execution of transportation work from the Buen Pastor substation, in Caguasuntil Santa Isabel rises to $3,995,388.63

The subcontracted company will also be in charge of moving the damaged transformer to a LUMA warehouse in Ponce. The contract was signed on June 14.

The new day asked LUMA how much of the agreed money has already been disbursed, but there was no response at the time of this publication.

After weeks of delay, the transfer of the megatransformer – which weighs over 172,000 pounds and measures more than 16 feet high and nine feet wide – began Wednesday night from Caguas to the San Juan pier, where it was mounted on a ship of cargo to, starting this Thursday night, be transferred to the port of Ponce.

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