Peuchén is a run-of-river hydroelectric plant in the Santa Barbara district,
which is located 72 km (45 miles) east of Los Angeles, in the Biobío region.
This power plant uses the water from the Duqueco River to generate electricity
through an impoundment reservoir in La Junta, in the confluence of Duqueco,
Aillín and Quilaquín Rivers.
Mampil Power Plant
Mampil is a run-of-river hydroelectric plant located on the Duqueco River.
Down the river from the Peuchén hydroelectric station, Mampil hydroelectric
station lies in the Santa Barbara community in the Biobío region. Mampil uses
the water flows from Peuchén and both hydroelectric plants operate together.
Yungay Power Plant
The Yungay thermal plant is in the Cabrero community in the southern region
of Chile. It operates three generating units, two turbines per unit,
of 60 megawatts each and one combined cycle of 60 megawatts. All are
Cerro El Plomo 5680, piso 15, oficina 1501 – Edificio de las Artes
Comuna de las Condes, CP 7561127, Santiago, Chile.
Tel: + 56 2 2820-7101
President: Peter Hatton Installed and owned capacity: 362 MW Website: http://orazul.cl