According to Lima's Chamber of Commerce, Peru is planning 300 significant projects in public transport infrastructure, that will require a total investment of $72.166 billion. The project portfolio that will have to be implemented by the upcoming government includes roadways, ports, airports and railways.
Engie Perú, in charge of the Punta Lomitas wind farm that represents Peru's opportunity to grow its clean energy generation, has chosen Siemens Gamesa to supply its wind turbines. Siemens Gamesa is currently operating at a capacity of 164 MW in Peru and will grow this number as it will provide 50 units of onshore turbines to Punta Lomitas.
The mining company Anglo American has signed a deal with Engie Perú to power its upcoming Quellaveco copper mine in Peru with 100% renewable energy, therefore further expanding its adoption of clean energy after similar commitments in its Brazilian and Chilean operations.
Transportadora de Gas del Peru, transporting natural gas from its production plant to consumption areas and export terminals, has been given by Fitch a stable rating outlook with long-term foreign and local currency issuer default ratings at BBB+. The Peruvian company's solid financial profile, strong capital structure and stable and predictable cash flow generation explain its ratings.
Peruvian Congress authorised the private sector, as well as regional and local governments, to purchase, acquire and distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses. The agreement includes the requirement for vaccination to be free of charge, destined to workers and their close family and to at least 30% of people from the circumscription in need of social assistance.