IRHE

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IRHEInstitute for Research on Higher Education (University of Pennsylvania)
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This transaction completes the privatization of the Hydraulic an Electrification Resources Institute (IRHE).
Two foreign companies, Union Fenosa from Spain and Constellation Power from the U.S., acquired 51% of the shares and a contract to operate three power distribution companies, according to the plans to privatize the Instituto de Recursos Hidraulicos y Electrificacion, the Panamanian power and light company (IRHE):
In a separate deal, IRHE awarded a contract to purchase electricity from a 60 MW plant to the U.S.
According to the privatization program, IRHE was divided into three distribution companies, four generation companies and one transmission company.
The Government is proceeding with the privatization of the Instituto de Recursos Hidraulicos y Electrificacion, the Panamanian power and light company (IRHE):
. Early in 1997, a law was passed allowing the privatization of IRHE. The privatization plan calls for splitting IRHE into eight companies; four dealing with generation, three with distribution, and one with transmission.
The prequalified companies are now required to negotiate with IRHE the terms and conditions of the purchase and on October 20, 1998, they will present firm proposals for the acquisition of the shares;
For more information on IRHE's privatization program, contact: (1) Mr.
Seventeen companies were prequalified for the sale of three power distribution companies, according to the plans to privatize the Instituto de Recursos Hidraulicos y Electrificacion, the Panamanian power and light company (IRHE):
. The privatization plan calls for splitting IRHE into eight companies (four dealing with generation, three with distribution, and one with transmission; the one dealing with transmission will remain in Government hands).
. According to the program, 51% of the shares of the distribution companies will be sold, 39% will be retained by the Government, and 10% will be sold to the unionized IRHE workers.