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January 3, 2009

Laos to stop buying electricity from Thailand

Laotian Saravan province will cease to buy electricity from Thailand in 2009 after a local hydropower plant comes into operation, according to NAM News Network.

The Se Set II hydropower plant is expected to complete its construction in June 2009 and after fully operational, it will be able to cope with the entire power demand of Saravan province and the other southern provinces, Attapeu, Champasak, Xekong, and Savannakhet.

The plant should be able to generate 76 MW and produce 309 GWH of electric power per year, much more than the Se Set I hydropower plant’s capacity of 31 MW, the news network said.

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