Cenérgica Power Station
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Cenérgica Power Station was a proposed 150-megawatt (MW) coal-fired power plant to be built in Acajutla, El Salvador.
The map below shows Acajutla, the approximate location where the plant was to be built.
In May 2013 the CEO of Cenérgica Ricardo Hernández announced the company's intention to build a 150-MW coal-fired plant and bid in an upcoming electricity tender by DelSur. The project would cost an estimated US$450 million and would be built in partnership with Israeli company IC Power. In September 2013 Hernández announced that Cenérgica had decided not to bid and not to build the plant because the bidding rules did not create the "legal certainty" to justify the company's investment.
- Sponsor: Nejapa Power
- Parent company: Cenérgica
- Location: Acajutla, El Salvador
- Coordinates: 13.59,-89.83361 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Gross Capacity: 150 MW
- Type: unknown
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Articles and resources
- Cenérgica planea invertir $400 Mlls. en planta carbón, Elsalvador.com, May 17, 2013
- IC Power se retira de licitación de 355 MW, La Prensa, Sep. 17, 2013