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SANTA FE--Under a no-risk, no-outlay agreement, New Mexico has selected Santa Fe Cogeneration Associates to design, install and operate a cogeneration plant at its expanded state penitentiary here, eliminating competing bids from Cogenic Energy Systems and Gensmith Inc.
Santa Fe Cogeneration Associates--which is a Fairfield, Calif.-based joint venture of Amos & Andrews Inc. and FMC Associates--will install a 1.5-megawatt (Mw) natural gas-fired cogeneration system. The firm has calculated that the state will save $2.4 million over 15 years, accordingy to Chris Perry, assistant secretary of New Mexico's Energy and Minerals Department here, the agency charged with supervising the project.
The other contenders, Cogenic Energy Systems Inc., bidding from its Ashland, Va., office, proposed a 900-kilowatt (kw) system, while Gensmith Inc., a Sacramento consortium of Brown, Vence & Associates, National Energy Associates, T.F. Energy and …