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HidroAysen, which is developing a 2,750-megawatt hydroelectric project in southern Chile, will submit a transmission line environmental study later than scheduled to conduct additional interviews with local residents, Dow Jones Newswires reported today, citing project Chief Executive Officer Daniel Fernandez in an interview.
HidroAysen, which is owned by Chilean power companies Empresa Nacional de Electricidad SA and Colbun SA (COLBUN), will submit the study to regulators at year-end rather than June as previously planned, Dow Jones reported on the website of Fox Business.
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