BURLINGTON, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--InterGen, a global independent power producer, today announced that this month marks the company’s 20th anniversary. Based on two decades of industry expertise, InterGen provides reliable energy solutions with 11 plants producing 7,686 megawatts of power. The company also operates three compression facilities and one gas pipeline. In addition, a 215 megawatt power plant and a 155 megawatt wind farm are currently under construction in Mexico and are expected to come on line in the coming months.
Incorporated in 1995, InterGen was formed as a joint venture between Bechtel Enterprises and Pacific Gas & Electric. Prior to 1995, InterGen grew out of J. Makowski Associates Inc. in Boston, one of the first independent power producers when power generation was deregulated in the U.S.
President and Chief Executive Officer Neil Smith reflected, “InterGen was founded on the principles of delivering energy solutions to our diverse customers in countries throughout the world. It’s a goal that we have reached and exceeded in the past two decades.”
In two decades, InterGen has developed, financed, constructed, and operated a portfolio of more than 20 power plants, pipelines, compression stations and other energy-related infrastructure assets. Over the years, the company was responsible for developing and/or operating projects in more than 15 countries and five continents including: Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, Germany, Mexico, the Netherlands, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
“InterGen is proud to mark this momentous milestone,” continued Smith. “Today, InterGen partners with utilities, businesses, and governments to create secure, cost effective energy systems. We have more than 650 outstanding people anchoring this global network, all committed to the efficiency and safety of these plants. They represent the industry’s best in market knowledge and commercial execution. Combining our broadly skilled employees with the commitment of our shareholders, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and China Huaneng Group/Guangdong Yudean Group, InterGen’s team is well-positioned for growth over the next several years.”
InterGen is a global power generation firm with 11 power plants in operation, representing a total generation capacity of 7,686 megawatts (6,101 net equity MW). In addition, InterGen operates three compression facilities and a 65-km gas pipeline. These facilities are located in the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Mexico and Australia. A 215 MW plant and a 155 MW wind farm are currently under construction in Mexico. InterGen is jointly owned by the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and China Huaneng Group/Guangdong Yudean Group. For more information, visit www.InterGen.com.