Piquirenda Thermal Power Plant (‘CTP’)
CTP is located in Northwestern Argentina, in the small village of Piquirenda, Municipality of Aguaray, Department of General San Martín, Province of Salta. Its construction started in early 2008 and finished in 2010. It has a 30 MW thermal power generation plant consisting of ten GE Jenbacher JGS 620 gas-powered motor-generators, which represent 0.1% of Argentina’s installed capacity. From 2011 to 2017, the average annual generation was 129 GWh, with a record high of 156 GWh registered in 2017 and a record low of 66 GWh registered in 2011.
The following table shows the most relevant statistical data on CTP:
|Net Generation (GWh)||155||156|
|Average Price (US$ / MWh)||52||52|
|Average Gross Margin (US$ / MWh)||n.a.||n.a.|
|Plant||Unit||Installed Capacity (MW)||Efficiency||Fuel||Start – Up||Type of Unit|
|CTP||PIQIDI01||30||40%||Natural gas||2011||Internal combustion engines|