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GENERATING
THE FUTURE

We power the competitiveness of the industries in Mexico

Who is Saavi?

We are energy experts with more than 20 years in the market. We generate and trade electric power to satisfy the country’s energy demand.

History

  • 1995

    International Generating Company “InterGen” is founded

  • 1998

    Construction of its first energy plant in the country

  • 2018

    Actis acquired the InterGen portfolio in México and Saavi Energía is organized

  • 2021

    All the shares of Saavi Energía were acquired by Global Infrastructure Partners
    Global Infraestructure Partners

Choose competitivity and efficiency

Supplier

  • PowerPowerinfo

    Power: commercial product through which Generators ensure their availability to produce electricity and inject it into the market (kW), as well as to provide support to the grid (National Electric System), during critical hours. Mandatory product for all end users. (MW-year).

  • CECCECinfo

    Clean Energy Certificates: issued by the Regulator (CRE) that certifies that the production of electricity comes from clean energy sources, certificates are used to meet the clean energy requirements associated to the consumption.

  • FTRFTRinfo

    Financial Transmission Rights: titles issued by ISO CENACE that operate as a financial hedging mechanism that allows mitigating the risk of price differences between the generation node and the consumption node. Currently this instrument is not in operation in the Wholesale Electricity Market.

  • Ancillary servicesAncillary servicesinfo

    Ancillary services: services that are necessary to guarantee the grid's right functioning. Currently the ancillary services include: Reserve of the Secondary Regulation, Spinning Reserve, Non-Spinning Reserve, Operative Reserve, Reactive Reserve and Supplementary Reserve.

  • Demand ResponseDemand Responseinfo

    Demand Response: product that the end users offer in the Wholesale Electricity Market which consists in reducing or shifting their electricity usage at a certain time to maintain the grid’s right functioning. Currently this instrument is not in operation in the Wholesale Electricity Market.

  • DGRDGRinfo

    Distributed Generation Representation: as a Qualified Supplier we represent and manage Distributed Generation assets (capacity less than 0.5 MW) in the in the Wholesale Electricity Market.

Your energy in the hands of experts

Generator

  • EnergyEnergyinfo

    Electric Energy: electricity generated from different sources (kWh).

  • PowerPowerinfo

    Power: commercial product through which Generators ensure their availability to produce electricity and inject it into the market (kW), as well as to provide support to the grid (National Electric System), during critical hours. Mandatory product for all end users. (MW-year).

  • Ancillary servicesAncillary servicesinfo

    Ancillary services: services that are necessary to guarantee the grid’s right functioning. Currently the ancillary services include: Reserve of the Secondary Regulation, Spinning Reserve, Non-Spinning Reserve, Operative Reserve, Reactive Reserve and Supplementary Reserve.

  • DGRDGRinfo

    Distributed Generation Representation: as a Qualified Supplier we represent and manage Distributed Generation assets (capacity less than 0.5 MW) in the in the Wholesale Electricity Market.

  • PPRPPRinfo

    Power Plants Representation: we comply with the necessary authorizations and the infrastructure to represent and manage generation assets with a capacity greater than 0.5 MW in the Wholesale Electricity Market.

We create tailor made solutions for your company, based on our best service guarantee.

Portfolio

mapa centrales de ciclo combinado, compresión de gas y parque eólico

Combined Cycle Plant

  • Campeche

    Campeche

    Campeche

    Palizada, Campeche

    Installed capacity:

    252 MWh

    Operating since:

    May 2003

  • Chihuahua

    Chihuahua

    Chihuahua

    Samalayuca, Chihuahua

    CFE

    Installed capacity:

    272 MWh

    Operating since:

    September 2003

  • La Rosita I

    La Rosita I

    La Rosita I

    Mexicali, Baja California

    CFE

    Installed capacity:

    780 MWh

    Operating since:

    July 2003



    SGI Policy
    SGI Scope
  • La Rosita II

    La Rosita II

    La Rosita II

    Mexicali, Baja California

    Industria / Exportación

    Installed capacity:

    320 MWh

    Operating since:

    July 2003

  • Bajío

    Bajío

    Bajío

    San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato

    Industria

    Installed capacity:

    626 MWh

    Operating since:

    May 2002

  • San Luis de la Paz

    San Luis de la Paz

    San Luis de la Paz

    San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato

    Industria

    Installed capacity:

    216 MWh

    Operating since:

    August 2015

Gas compressor station

  • El Sauz

    El Sauz

    El Sauz

    El Sauz, Querétaro

    Installed capacity:

    200 MPCD + Un gasoducto de 65km

    Operating since:

    2001

  • Altamira

    Altamira

    Altamira

    Altamira, Tamaulipas

    CFE y SLP

    Installed capacity:

    1300 MMPCD

    Operating since:

    December 2014