Louis Berger Power, in partnership with the American Samoa Power Authority (ASPA) and local company Paramount Builders, opened the reconstructed Satala power plant in American Samoa. The plant provides resilient and reliable power to one of the world’s most remote islands, replacing a plant that was destroyed by a 2009 tsunami. Built by Samoans for American Samoa, the more efficient power plant should serve as a bridge to American Samoa's goal of 50% renewable energy by 2015.  More>

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Replacement of the Satala Power Plant | American Samoa

Louis Berger designed and procured the diesel power generation equipment, as well as completed site development and plant construction through a design-build contract for the Satala Power Plant in Pago Pago, American Samoa.