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CFE planning geothermal tender for Michoacan, Puebla and Baja California Sur

Geothermal installations of CFE at Los Azufres, Mexico (source: jeeperos.com)
Francisco Rojas 26 Feb 2015

Enrique Ochoa Reza, CEO of CFE, said the investment for the three plants represents 1.86 billion pesos and they will have a combined capacity of 52 megawatts.

The Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) announced the tender of three new geothermal plants in Michoacan, Puebla and Baja California Sur .

In the case of Baja California Sur, the tender is for the construction of the fifth phase of the las Tres Vírgenes,in the county of Mulegé.

Enrique Ochoa Reza, CEO of CFE, said the investment for the three plants represents 1,860 million pesos and have a combined capacity of 52 megawatts. The bases of the tender will be announced between 2015 and early 2016.

Source: BCS Noticias