The government might be looking at other options to build the Amaila Falls Hydro Project.
In response to West Berbicians call for the project to be pursued, President Donald Ramotar announced that the government will be looking for other partners since Sithe Global pulled out due to the Opposition’s lack of support.
At a meeting with West Berbicians today, the President explained his efforts to engage the opposition.
Earlier today, the party responsible for Sithe Global withdrawing from the project – A Partnership for National Unity [APNU] – refused to take the blame for the death of the project, while the other political party – Alliance for Change – believes that there is still hope left for Amaila.
Sithe Global invested some US$16M in the project.