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Mexico will become a leader in solar energy in the next five years, says Trina
Over the next five years, Mexico will become the Latin American leader in the photovoltaic (solar) market, said Yang Rongfang, executive vice president of Trina Solar’s Photovoltaic System Business Unit. During a recent visit to Mexico, the Chinese company official explained that in order for the...
French developer Engie to build US$ 111-million photovoltaic park in Sonora
Engie Group, a French developer of energy infrastructure, announced that it will build a new photovoltaic park in the municipality of Caborca, state of Sonora, northern Mexico, with a capacity of 130.8 MW in which US$ 111 million will be invested. The solar park will have an area of 266 hectares, w...
Oil and gas company Hokchi Energy unveils US$ 2.5 billion investment plan
Oil and gas company Hokchi Energy, a subsidiary of Argentina-based Pan American Energy, announced its investment plan for the next 25 years in order to develop the block it won in Round 1.2 of the oil tenders that emerged from the energy reform. In total, the company plans to invest US$ 2.5 billion...
Italian utility company Enel connects more than 1 GW of solar energy to Mexico’s power grid
Italy-based energy infrastructure developer Enel Group announced that its Mexican renewable energy subsidiary, Enel Green Power México (EGPM), has completed and connected to the grid around 1,089 MW of solar energy in Mexico. The new capacity includes the Villanueva solar park, of about 828 MW, lo...
Calgary-based ATCO gets approval to enter Mexico’s wholesale electricity market
Calgary-based energy infrastructure developer ATCO announced that its Mexican subsidiary, ATCO Energía, will enter Mexico's wholesale electricity market after receiving approval from the National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) to provide electricity and related services as a Qualified Supplier....

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