Abengoa with provisional acceptance certificate for new transmission project in Mexico

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RENWABLE ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE / ENERGIA LIMPIA XXI. The project included the construction of four transmission lines and two substations, amounting to 17.3 M$ (15.5 M€).
The transmission line will evacuate the energy produced by the combined cycle Norte III.
May 17th, 2019 – Abengoa (MCE: ABG/P:SM), the international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the infrastructures, energy and water sectors, has completed a transmission project awarded by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) of Mexico. It included the development of four transmission lines and two substations. The contract was awarded under the scheme of “Financed Public Works” for 17.3 M$ (15.5 M€).

A report carried by Energía Limpia XXI states that Abengoa was responsible for the engineering, design, construction and commissioning of four lines of 230 kV and a total length of 21.1 km; as well as two 230 kV substations with ten high-voltage feeders.

The transmission line will allow to evacuate the energy produced by the combined cycle Norte III, located in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, and whose divestment was completed by Abengoa in 2017.

Abengoa has an extensive experience in transmission projects around the world counting more than 27,000 km of transmission lines and 330 electric substations built in the last 15 years. In Mexico, Abengoa has been present for 38 years and is leader in electrical infrastructure with more than 6,500 km of transmission lines.

About Abengoa

Abengoa (MCE: ABG/P:SM) applies innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the infrastructures, energy and water sectors.

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