Power Generation

ENGIE Energía Perú contributes to the National Interconnected Electric System (SEIN) with a capacity of 2,496 MW of nominal power.  In line with our purpose of acting to accelerate the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy, it has integrated the concept of sustainability to its business model, betting on the generation of renewable energy. In 2019, 50% of its energy production was with low CO2 energy (natural gas and renewable energies).

Energy Production

In 2019, ENGIE Energía Perú produced 6,604GWh of energy, which places it among the main electricity generation companies in the country.

Generation plants

It has 8 power generation plants distributed in 4 regions of the country

8 power generation plants:

Ilo21 - Moquegua
Reserva Fría Ilo31 - Moquegua
Nodo Energético Ilo41 - Moquegua
Central hidroeléctrica Yuncán - Pasco
Central termoeléctricas de ciclo combinado ChilcaUno - Chilca-Lima
Central termoeléctricas de ciclo combinado ChilcaDos - Chilca-Lima
Central hidroeléctrica Quitaracsa - Áncash
Central Solar Intipampa de 40 MW - Moquegua.