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Jaguar Energy Thermo Plant

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Current Stage In operation
Completion: 06/2015
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Description

The Jaguar Energy thermoelectric project developed by Jaguar Energy Guatemala will produce 300MW, generating 2,100GV/h per year. The plant will generate electric power based on a circulating fluidized bed (CFB) technology, which allows for fuel flexibility and efficiency. The power plant consists of two generators with a nominal capacity of 150MW each, a substation called S/E Jaguar containing two transformers, a double-circuit connecting line and two fields to connect the Jaguar-Aguacapa transmission line to the substation. In February 2014, Jaguar Energy Guatemala hired Ecuador's Santos CMI for the completion of electromechanical and instrumentation works for the entire plant, including the power block; boilers and substation; pre-commissioning and assistance for startup of a coal-fired thermoelectric power plant using two CFB boilers, two 150MW Harbin steam turbines, a fuel handling system and BOP. Jaguar Energy Guatemala is owned by international firm AEI, which in turn owns Puerto Quetzal.

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Key Specs

Full Name
Jaguar Energy Thermo Plant
Project Type
Coal, Combined cycle
Development Phase
In operation
Project Status
Active
Project Capacity
 Coal
300  MW (megawatt)  Combined cycle
Investment
US$ 900mn
Completion Date
2015
Lifespan
15
Location

The project is located in the department of Escuintla, 80km south of Guatemala City and 24km from Puerto Quetzal.

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