Encorp provides power technology in Mexico

Encorp, Windsor, Colo., recently signed an agreement with businessmen from Mexico City to provide power technology software and equipment for an $80 million entertainment complex in the capital city. When completed in early 2005, the complex will be among the largest in Latin America to be supported by a combined-heat-and-power plant. Encorp will provide its Energy Management Center switchgear and

Encorp, Windsor, Colo., recently signed an agreement with businessmen from Mexico City to provide power technology software and equipment for an $80 million entertainment complex in the capital city. When completed in early 2005, the complex will be among the largest in Latin America to be supported by a combined-heat-and-power plant.

Encorp will provide its Energy Management Center switchgear and controls, valued at $870,000, to the 1.7-million-sq-ft Foro del Azteca complex, which will operate its own 9.2-MW on-site combined-heat-and-power plant completely independent from the local utility.

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