Daily News August 30, 2016

Abengoa to return to work on giant Chilean solar plant Spain’s Abengoa plans to resume work in the next few months on Latin America’s first solar-thermal plant, as the renewable energy company comes back from the brink of bankruptcy, people with knowledge of the matter said. Work on the $1 billion Atacama I project in northern Chile, a joint venture between Abengoa and private equity firm EIG Global Energy Partners, will restart once agreements on Abengoa’s debt restructuring plan are completed. Source: Yahoo Finance New tourism to Cuba seen slow to take off An expected explosion in U.S. tourism to Cuba will likely take years to materialize even after U.S. airlines resume commercial flights to the Caribbean island this week […]

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