Combined cycle power plants

In combined cycle power plants we generate energy through the direct combustion of natural gas and by recovering the waste gases from this process to get more new energy. This gives 55% efficiency, while conventional thermal power stations cannot exceed 30%.

Projects in operation

ico_check_naranjaCCC Hermosillo (México)

  • Installed capacity: 283,5 MW
  • Location: Hermosillo, Sonora
  • In operation: since 2001

ico_check_naranjaCCC Naco Nogales (México)

  • Installed capacity: 364 MW
  • Location: Agua Prieta, Sonora
  • In operation: since 2003

ico_check_naranjaCCC Tuxpan (México)

  • Installed capacity: 1180 MW
  • Location: Tuxpan de Rodríguez Cano
  • In operation: since 2003

ico_check_naranjaCCC Norte Durango (México)

  • Installed capacity: 570 MW
  • Location: Victoria de Durango
  • In operation: since 2010

ico_check_naranjaCCC EcoEléctrica (Puerto Rico)

  • Installed capacity: 540 MW
  • Location: Punta Guayanilla en Peñuelas
  • In operation: since 2000

O&M

ico_check_naranjaCCC La Caridad (México):

  • Installed capacity: 516 MW
  • Location: Nacozarí de Garcia, Sonora
  • In operation: since 2013

Project portfolio

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