Largest solar power stations in Mexico
biggest solar photovoltaic power stations in Mexico. (Updated 19 July 2021) See also: Solar Installers in Mexico Solar power stations, PV farms
Apr 5, 2022
Financiers get behind 296MWdc merchant bifacial project in Mexico
has lined up finance for a major bifacial solar project it will develop in Mexico’s centre without the help of subsidies. New funding from Mexican
Sep 19, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, bifacial, Latin america, ifc, Mexico, North America, frv, fotowatio
Fifteen-year PPA for 200 MW of PV in Mexico
panels and also 79 main inverters, according to a record released by Mexico's Secretariat of Environment and also Natural Resources (Semarnat). It will
Apr 20, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, PPA, Mexico, North America, EDP Renovaveis S.A., Ammper Energia S.A.P.I. de C.V.
Sungrow Showcases Tech Technologies at Mexico's Solar Exhibition
energy and also C&I PV and also energy storage remedies at Solar Power Mexico, a solar power trade show, on November 9th with the 11th. The Mexican market
Nov 12, 2021 // Inverters, Sungrow, Mexico, North America, Ada Li, SG350HX system
X-Elio closes finance for 119-MW solar project in Mexico
Financing Corporation (IFC) and also Banco Sabadell SA (BME: SAB) in Mexico, will certainly be utilized for the building and construction, procedure as
Jul 26, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Mexico, North America, x-elio, pv power plan
New Mexico co-op Kit Carson finishes 15-MW solar park
member-owned electric circulation cooperative that operates in northern New Mexico held a ribbon-cutting event for the project, which is presently going through
Jun 6, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, New Mexico, PV Power Plant, Kit Carson
Mexico needs domestic PV-making push, minister says at plant launch
Mexico should aim to nurture a national solar industrial ecosystem to ensure it captures the full benefits of the renewable technology, a top government official has said. Rocío Nahle, named energy minister after president Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected last December, used a PV launch event this week to call for a full solar supply chain in Mexico. At the opening of 162MWp La Orejana, Nahle said the country needs to focus on “national content” and set up an industrial ecosystem to ensure panels can be manufactured by Mexicans. The goal, she was quoted in a statement as saying as she visited the site in the Sonora state, is to ensure “everything” – innovation, technology, added value – stays in Mexico. Old auction winner is powered up in Sonora The minister’s statement came as she toured 162MWp La Orejana alongside Adrián Katzew, CEO of the developer – Zuma Energía, owned by private equity outfit Actis – responsible for the project. The installation began construction in November 2017, after reaping power purchase agreements with state-run utility CFE at Mexico’s second long-term auction. The plant, requiring a total investment of US$131 million, was bankrolled between American financiers Bancomext, Banobras, Nafin and Nadbank. The 353GWh-a-year park, built across 338 hectares, features 500,000-plus panels, 5,567 solar trackers and 55 inverters. It is designed to power more than 220,000 households. Renewables 'can count' on AMLO's support For Mexican solar, the ministerial blessing comes as the industry navigates an uncertain phase under the new government, with tender cancellations and question marks over old auction contracts. At La Orejana’s launch, minister Nahle said renewable projects both public and private can count on the support of López Obrador’s administration. The minister – a chemical engineer by training – acknowledged her government’s energy policy is “different” to that of its predecessor Enrique Peña Nieto, who legislated for sweeping reform. Different, she added however, does not mean a “constrained, compressed or inhibited” policy, but rather a will to ensure “order” and “balance” so that production and construction remain equitable.
Aug 14, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Mexico, Rocío Nahle, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Zuma Energía
Canadian Solar Signs PPA for 103 MW Solar Project in Mexico
MWp solar energy project found in Ojocaliente Municipality, Zacatecas State, Mexico. The solar plant will certainly make use of Canadian Solar high-efficiency
Mar 11, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Canadian Solar, PPA, Mexico, North America, International
IEnova secures 15-year power deal for 150 MW solar park in Mexico
it as one of the main companies in the production of clean energy in Mexico,” the utility said. No further details were revealed about the project
Sep 27, 2019 // Markets & Finance News, USA, Mexico, North America, IEnova, Sempra Energy
DESRI gets 300-MW solar project with 150 MW storage space in New Mexico
project is located in McKinley County, New Mexico as well as was obtained from Centaurus Renewable resource, its original programmer. DESRI has additionally
Sep 20, 2021 // Plants, Storage, USA, North America, DESRI, Solar Project
New Mexico energy plans nearly 1GW of solar-plus-storage to change coal plant
Service Company of New Mexico's (PNM) shift, sustained by power purchase contracts on 4 generation and storage space projects, additionally presents a barrier
Oct 13, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, USA, solar-plus-storage, North America, New Mexico, IEEFA, pnm, carbon capture and storage, Karl Cates
New Mexico solar-storage project breakthroughs as utility continues coal-phase out strategy
actually gotten the Arroyo Solar as well as Storage project, prepared for New Mexico's McKinley County, from previous programmer Centaurus Renewable Energy, also
Sep 23, 2021 // Plants, USA, North America, New Mexico, pnm, centaurus, de shaw, dsri
Mexico concurs deals with US companies for greater than 1.8 GW of solar and also wind
organized by United States President Joe Biden, López Obrador stated Mexico is committed to accomplishing its 35% clean energy generation goal by
Jun 21, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, NREL, Latin america, Mexico, North America, policy, transmission, Puerto Peñasco
SolarEdge ramping up making in Mexico to reduce shipping costs, tariff effects
all its residential items bought in the United States will originate from Mexico, according to administration. "This will certainly have a good impact on
Feb 17, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Inverters, Asia, SolarEdge, Mexico, North America, tariffs, Vietnam, supply chain, company results, shipping
Azelio, CITRUS Ink MoU for Energy Storage Supply to C&I Customers in Mexico, America
this agreement, CITRUS is preparing to broaden its organisation offerings in Mexico specifically, and also in North and Central America generally. The firm's
Jun 22, 2020 // Storage, ENERGY STORAGE, Mexico, North America, Renewable Energy, azelio, International, Jonas Eklind, CITRUS JMK S.A DE C.V, Katia Bernal, Central America

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