In Operation

Tierra Mojada:
  • Tierra Mojada is a 875MW Combined-Cycle Natural Gas-Fired Power Plant located in the western Mexican state of Jalisco.
  • The power plant is comprised of two state of the art General Electric´s H Class turbines and one Alstom steam turbine, with an overall efficiency of ~62%.
  • ~70% of the project´s capacity and power will be sold to a state owned investment grade off-taker through a long term, US-dollar denominated Power Purchase Agreement. ~29% of the capacity and power will be sold to local industrial offtakers through medium term, US-dollar denominated Power Purchase Agreements.
  • A long term Fuel Supply Agreement is also in place.
  • Construction of the project started in June 2017.
  • Commercial operation of the project took place on October 2020.


  • Ventika is a 252MW onshore wind farm with a potential expansion of 12MW.
  • Located in the north-eastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, approximately 35 miles from the United States border.
  • The farm is comprised of 84 wind turbine generators, each with a hub height of 120 meters and a nominal output of 3MW per turbine.
  • Strong wind resource is expected to yield CO2 emission reductions of 590,000 tons per annum.
  • Energy generated is sold to several reputed Mexican off-takers through long-term, fixed-price, US-dollar denominated Power Purchase Agreements.
  • Operation of the project took place on April 2016.
  • Ventika was sold to IEnova, Sempra´s Mexican unit in December 2016.



  • Frontera is a 540 MW combined cycle plant.
  • Located in Mission, Texas, approximately 3 km far from the Mexican border.
  • The plant is comprised of 2 gas turbines and 1 steam turbine.
  • Frontera is interconnected into the Mexican grid through a dedicated overhead transmission line.
  • The plant started to import energy into Mexico in May 2015 supplying energy to reputed Mexican industrial consumers.
  • Frontera was qualified in 2016 as the first private generator participating in the Mexican Wholesale Market.
  • Frontera has been awarded in the Mexican second long term auction and will supply to CFE Basic Supply 475 MW capacity during 15 years starting on 2019.