Cerro Prieto IV is a 100MW geothermal power project. It is located in Baja California, Mexico. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in July 2000.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Geothermal||100||100||–||Active||Baja California, Mexico||Mitsubishi Heavy Industries|
The project was developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and is currently owned by Comision Federal de Electricidad.
The geothermal plant is of single flash type. The geothermal site has in total 18 number of production wells. Cerro Prieto IV runs at a temperature of 350 Degree Celsius.
The project generates 653.73GWh of electricity.
The project got commissioned in July 2000.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries was selected as the steam turbine supplier for the geothermal power project. The company provided 4 units of Condensing turbine turbines, each with 25MW nameplate capacity.
About Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd (Mhi) manufactures a diverse range of heavy machinery. Its products and services include power plants, chemical plants, environmental equipment, steel structures, industrial and general machinery, shipbuilding, aircraft, space systems and air-conditioning systems. MHI offers solutions for social infrastructure in the areas of energy, including thermal, nuclear, renewable energies and the environment, including chemical plants. The company also supplies advanced transportation systems and services for land, sea and air applications. It provides integrated defense systems for land, sea, air and space applications and related equipment and services. The company operates in North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Oceania. MHI is headquartered in Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
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