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CalEnergy Generation is a company based in Calipatria, California.

CalEnergy Generation is an international leader in the development and production of energy from diversified fuel sources including geothermal, natural gas and hydroelectric.

Originally based in California, CalEnergy Generation was founded in 1971 to provide consulting and development services for geothermal power production facilities in North America. During the late 1970s, the company recognized the many opportunities presented by emerging industry deregulation in the United States, and CalEnergy Generation began the transition from a service provider to an independent power producer.

Throughout the 1980s, CalEnergy Generation acquired the assets of several United States geothermal facilities and explored opportunities in energy markets around the world. The company relocated to Omaha, Neb., in 1991 and began to develop geothermal energy projects in the Philippines. In 1994, CalEnergy Generation acquired the assets of Magma Power Company, a U.S.-based geothermal power producer.

CalEnergy Generation is aggressively seeking opportunities in other international locations in both power production and retail markets. Currently, CalEnergy Generation has operations in the United States and the Philippines.

CalEnergy Generation facilities generate more than 1,290 megawatts of electric power and steam-producing facilities in the United States and the Philippines.

Worldwide, CalEnergy Generation focuses on growth through acquisition and fuel source diversification. CalEnergy Generation's experience and expertise in geothermal, gas and hydroelectric fuel sources, as well as other technologies, has positioned it well to compete successfully.

References

  1.  "CalEnergy Website"