ISA y Sus Negocios

​Interconexión Eléctrica ISA Perú S.A.

In 2013, with investment of USD95 million, Peruvian energy transport companies put into commercial operation projects that added 220 km of circuits and 40 MVA of transformation capacity to the National Interconnected Electric System –SEIN–.

In this way, ISA, through its subsidiaries, continues to be the largest high voltage energy transporter in this country with about 9,088 km of circuits and 7, 165 MVA of transformation capacity.

Commissioned projects

In 2014, with investment of USD 170 million, Peruvian energy transport companies put into commercial operation projects that added 330 km of circuits and 740 MVA of transformation capacity to the National Interconnected Electric System (SEIN). 

  • Trujillo-Chiclayo at 500 kV Bid: Included building the 325 km transmission line between Lambayeque and La Libertad regions and complementary works at Trujillo Nueva and La Niña
    (600 MVA and 350 MVAr) substations. This project, built by Transmantaro, allows increase of electric energy transmission capacity from Chilca (2,000 MW) and El Platanal (220 MW) energy generation regions to the northern region of the country, thus increasing transmission service reliability and quality.
  • REP Expansion 12: Ayaviri (138 kV) substation reconfiguration and installation of a 40 MVA transformer at Puno (138 kV) substation, thus increasing transformation capacity in order to serve growing demand in the Southern region while improving service reliability.
  • REP Expansion 13: Uprating from 152 MVA to 180 MVA the transmission line Talara-Piura at 220 kV; reactive power compensation at Piura Oeste (20 MVAr) and construction of Pariñas 200 kV substation; works permitting connection of Talara (30 MW) wind farm to SEIN, improving voltage control in the Piura region and increasing transmission capacity in the northern region of the country.
  • REP Expansion 14: Expansion of Trujillo Norte 220/138 kV (100 MVA) substation enabling supply of increased energy demand in the northern region of the country.
  • ISA Peru Expansion 2: Uprating Paragsha-Vizcarra 220 kV transmission line in order to increase its transmission capacity from 152 MVA to 250 MVA.

With the commissioning of these projects, ISA, through its subsidiaries in Peru, continues to be the largest high-voltage energy transporter in this country with about 9,420 km of circuits and 7,900 MVA of transformation capacity.

 



 

Manager                                                                          Shareholding

Carlos Mario Caro Sánchez

General Manager

Principals

César Augusto Ramírez Rojas
Guido Alberto Nule Amín
Camilo Zea Gómez
 

Principal Headquarter

Av. Juan de Arona N° 720,
Office 601, San Isidro,
Lima - Perú
Phone: +51 (1) 712 66 00
www.isa.com.pe​​

​Red de Energía del Perú -REP-

REP and the Ministry of Energy and Miles of Perú –MEM– suscribed agreements to carry out projects that permit expansion of its transmission grid. In 2013, they commissioned:

  • Expansion 10: implementation in the Chilca substation of a 115 MVAr series reactor and second expansion stage of Independencia substation at 60 kV, in order to increase the distribution capacity in the Pisco, San Clement and Paracas regions.
  •  Expansion 11: Pomacocha and Tintaya (138 kV) substations reconfiguration and Pomacocha - Pachachaca (220 kV) transmission line capacity uprating, allowing power transfer to the country's Northern region to be incremented.
  • Expansion 12: Ayaviri (138 kV) substation  reconfiguration and installation of a MVA transformer at Puno (138 kV) substation, thus increasing transformation capacity in order to serve increasing demand in the Southern region.

Also, during the year, both REP and the Ministry agreed to carry out expansions 15 and 16 to the transmission grid. PDI is in charge of constructing these two expansions plus others awarded in past years.

Manager

Carlos Mario Caro Sánchez
General Manager

Principals                                        Alternates

Bernardo Vargas Gibsone                   Carlos Alberto Rodríguez López
Ricardo Roa Barragán                          Cesar Augusto Ramírez Rojas
Camilo Zea Gómez                               Brenda Rodríguez Tovar
Guido Alberto Nule Amín                    Felipe Castilla Canales
Ernesto Moreno Restrepo                   David Alfredo Riaño Alarcón
 

Shareholding



 

Principal Headquarter 

Av. Juan de Arona 720,
Office 601, San Isidro,
Lima - Perú
Phone: +51(1) 712 66 00
Fax: 51(1) 712 68 70
www.rep.com.pe​
email: rep@rep.com.pe​​

 



​Consorcio Transmantaro S.A.

 

Established in Peru in January of 1998; until December 12 of 2006 it was an affiliate of Canadian Hydro-Quebec Internacional, Inc. Since December 13 of 2006, ISA participates with 60% of ownership. Its main activity is the transmission of electric energy from generating companies. It also provides operation and maintenance services to a mining enterprise. Its main domicile is located in the city of Lima, Peru.

 

At this time, Transmantaro, through Projectos de Infraestructura del Perú (PDI), a subsidiary of ISA headquartered in Lima, is executing various construction projects.

 

Manager

Carlos Mario Caro Sánchez
General Manager
 

Principals                                        Alternates

Bernardo Vargas Gibsone                      Carlos Alberto Rodríguez López
Ricardo Roa Barragán                             Cesar Augusto Ramírez Rojas
Camilo Zea Gómez                                  Brenda Rodríguez Tovar
Guido Alberto Nule Amín                       Felipe Castilla Canales
Ernesto Moreno Restrepo                      David Alfredo Riaño Alarcón

 

Pincipal Headquarter

Av. Canaval y Moreyra 522,

Flat 11 San Isidro,
Lima 27 Perú
Phone: +51(1) 712 66 00
www.ctm.com.pe​​
email: mantaro@ctm.com.pe