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    CT-TG Baja California II Phase 1

    The aeroderivative turbines supplied start up and reach maximum power in less than 10 minutes, making it possible to respond to peak and emergency demands.

    ACCIONA Industrial carried out the design, supply, construction and start-up of a 135-MW power generation plant, consisting of 3 General Electric natural gas turbo generators, and including a substation line and bay of 115 kV with auxiliary connections, completed over a period of 19 months.

    Model LM6000 aeroderivative turbines were designed for the aeronautical industry; here they are being applied to the electric power sector.

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    Location
    Baja California (Mexico)
    Contract type
    Design, supply, construction and start-up
    Year of project completion
    2014

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