The Spanish company Abengoa has completed the development of four transmission lines and two substations for the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) for an amount of 17.3 million dollars.

The multinantional company has engineered, designed, built and commissioned four 21.1 kilovolt (kV), 230 kilovolt (kV) lines, as well as two 230 kV substations with ten high-voltage feeders.

The transmission line will help evacuate the energy produced by the Norte III combined cycle power plant, located in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, whose divestment was completed by Abengoa in 2017.

Abengoa, which generates electricity from renewable resources, has developed more than 6,500 kilometers of transmission and distribution lines in its more than 38 years of presence in Mexico.