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Mexico - Third CFE Power Project (Vol. 2) : Memorandum (Inglês)

The Third CFE Power Project for Mexico will provide a loan of $78,000,000 to the Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) to construct several new power plants as part of its current expansion program. The Comision Federal de Electricidad is an autonomous agency of the Mexican government that was created in 1937 to build and operate electric power facilities. In order to increase the power supply in Mexico, the CFE has already begun an expansion program that will add 750,000 kw to major steam and hydro plants and 20,000 to 30,000 kw to diesel plants serving rural electrification. It will also extend existing transmission and distribution networks. The project will enlarge the current expansion program by constructing four new power plants: 1) Mazatepec hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 156,000 kw; 2) Temaxcal hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 154,000 kw; 3) Cupatitzio hydroelectric plant with a capacity of 73,000 kw; and 4) Guaymas steam plant with a capacity of 30,000 kw. These new additions will help to increase the power supply in order to meet consumer needs throughout Mexico.

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