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The KST Consortium, comprising Techint in Mexico, Kepco and Samsung C&T, began commercial operations for the Combined Cycle Power Plant.

The Combined Cycle Power Plant Norte II has started up operations in Mexico following an investment of 447 million dollars by the KST Electric Power Company consortium. The plant’s constant generation rate is 433 megawatts which will help to meet the demand for electricity in the north of the country.

The Secretary for Economy from the State of Chihuahua, Manuel Russek Valles, declared that “for the next 25 years, the KST Electric Power Company consortium will be a key player in Chihuahua’s development, operating the Combined Cycle Power Plant as an external energy producer working with the Federal Electricity Commission”.