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GE plans to invest in the electrical and aeronautical industries
General Electric (GE) will leave the business of oil, medical equipment and machinery for locomotives, to focus on the aviation industry and power generation, so it will strengthen its investments in Mexico in these sectors, said Vladimiro de la Mora, president and CEO of the firm in the country. T...
Marathon Petroleum contracts 50% storage capacity of IEnova’s fuel terminal in Sinaloa
IEnova announced the execution of a long-term Terminal Services Agreement with a subsidiary of Marathon Petroleum Corporation (MPC) for approximately 50% of the initial capacity (1 million barrels) of IEnova’s marine terminal for the receipt, storage, and delivery of refined products in Topolobamp...
At least 65 energy plants will be installed in 17 Mexican entities
Within the next three years, 65 clean energy generating plants will be installed in 17 entities in the country, which will position Mexico within the ten countries with the most capacity of creating green energy, said Efrain Villanueva Arcos, general director of Energias Limpias of the Secretaria de...
South Korea-based Hanwha Energy begins construction of US$ 115 million solar park in Coahuila
Hanwha Energy, a South Korea-based renewable energy company, announced it has begun the construction for a 125MW solar power plant in Torreon, Coahuila, Northern Mexico.  The US$ 115 million facility, named Laguna solar project, will be developed, financed and operated by its wholly owned U.S.-bas...
Enel Green Power to build US$ 160-million solar park in Tlaxcala
Enel Green Power (EGP) plans to invest US$ 160 million to develop the Magdalena 2 project, a 231.8-MW solar park in Tlaxcala state, central Mexico, Governor Marco Antonio Mena said in a statement. EGP is a renewable energy subsidiary of Enel, an Italian firm dedicated to the development of infrastr...

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