InterGen Mexico to sell surplus electricity to state of California

Jul 26, 2000 02:00 AM

InterGen Mexico will take advantage of having won a government contract to build and operate an electricity generation plant (under the so-called independent power producer scheme) in Rosarito, Baja California, to sell 261 MW in surplus electricity to the United States. The electricity exports will go to the state of California.
InterGen Mexico Director Jorge Young said the firm had signed a contract with the Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE, as a Spanish acronym) to supply 489 MW beginning 2003 but as the plant would generate 750 MW, the surplus would be permanently exported to companies in California. Young said the generation plant would import natural gas from Arizona, for which purpose a 200 km gas pipeline was going to be built.

Source: El Financiero/InfoLatina via Newspage
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