Work on the 240-MW Santa Cruz province power plant associated with Argentina’s state coal miner YCRT has reached 90% completion, according to BN Americas. The plant’s developer, Isolux Corsán, expects to conduct generation tests in December. The US$350 million project was initially slated to come online 2011. YCRT expects to have stockpiled enough coal from its Río Turbio mine by year-end to run the power plant for two years.