EDELCA

AcronymDefinition
EDELCAElectrificacion del Caroni (Spanish; Venezuelan hydroelectric power company)
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EDELCA operates the 8,900MW Guri (Ra'ul Leoni) station of Caroni, the second-largest hydro-power plant in the world, after Itaipu on the border between Brazil and Paraguay.
Honored guests, embassy escorts, and EDELCA's CEO Efrain and his wife Elena, fluent English speakers, were to meet the next morning at nine at La Carlota, a small military-run airport.
But it has collided head-long with Venezuela's indigenous communities, mainly the Pemon group, and drawn sharp criticism of the state-owned power firm Edelca (see gmt21VenzNov21-05).
On the only map of the area, produced by the government agency EDELCA, Maywak is called "Vista Alegre," a Spanish name dreamed up by a nameless bureaucrat.
The Swiss-Swedish power and automation technology provider ABB said today (30 May) that it had received USD41m worth of new power transmission system orders from the state-owned company CVG Electrificacion del Caroni CA (EDELCA) in Venezuela.