Mexico awards control contract for 350-MW Temascal

Mexico’s Comision Federal de Electricidad has awarded a 780,000 euro (US$939,860) contract to Telvent of Spain to supply and install a new control system for the 350-MW Temascal hydroelectric project.

Business News Americas reported that Telvent said its hydraulic control open system, HYCOS, will automate generation processes at the project, in Mexico’s Oaxaca State.

Telvent has operated an office in Mexico since 1990. While it previously helped modernize six thermal power plants in Mexico, President Manuel Sanchez Ortega said the technology firm also offers its systems to help boost hydropower generation.

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