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CFE readies 550MW combined cycle call

Bnamericas Published: Thursday, December 05, 2013

Mexico's state-owned power utility CFE has released preliminary bidding rules for the tender of the Valle de México II combined cycle, BNamericas has learned.

The tender will offer a turnkey contract under CFE's financed investment projects model.

Infrastructure includes the 550MW natural gas-fired facility - made up of 2-3 gas turbogenerators and 2-3 steam generators - and a 230kV underground transmission line connecting to the nearest substation. Commercial operation is expected to begin in April 2017.

The facility will be located in the Acolman municipality of Mexico state.

Preliminary tender documents will be available on Mexico's federal procurement website Compranet through December 17. The call for bidders will be issued soon after and is expected before year's end.

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