Commissioned by China Energy International Group Co., MEXTYPSA is carrying out the feasibility study, preliminary design and detailed engineering of a 300 MW photovoltaic solar plant with battery storage and a 400 KV electrical transmission infrastructure. Within the contracted scope, preliminary analysis of geotechnics, topography and hydrology are also included.
This project, called CFV Puerto Peñasco Seguencia II, is the first photovoltaic project developed by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) in Mexico and one of the strategic projects of the presidency of the Republic in this area. The plant is located in the town of Puerto Peñasco, northwest of the state of Sonora and MEXTYPSA participates as subcontractor of China Energy to whom the development of project has been awarded, in the EPC modality.
In general terms, this design phase will cover a total area of 543 ha, will have central inverters, a total of 665,000 single-bay modules, two different configurations of blocks and 17.5 km of internal roads.