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BMW taps fellow German developer BayWa to build solar farm for its San Luis Potosi plant
BMW has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with Germany-based BayWa for the development and supply of a photovoltaic (PV) farm to supply 252 MWh of power per year to the new manufacturing facility that the automaker currently builds in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.  The deal was closed for a t...
Pan American Energy gets approval for US$ 2.5 billion drilling plan in the Gulf of Mexico
Hokchi Energy, a Mexican subsidiary of oil and gas company Pan American Energy LLC, reported that the National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH) approved its US$ 2.5 billion Development Plan in the Hokchi field in the Gulf of Mexico thus becoming the first private operator to receive such authorization ...
Mexico’s largest solar park is about to get bigger; Enel signs deal for 10% expansion
Enel’s Mexican renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power Mexico announced it has signed an agreement with the country’s Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) for the 10% expansion of its Villanueva and Don Jose solar parks and Salitrillos wind farm.  The expansions of the three plants will require ...
TPI Composites to double production of wind blades for Vestas in Tamaulipas
Arizona-based wind blades manufacturer TPI Composites today announced its partner Vestas has exercised an option for two additional production lines under an existing multi-year agreement. Full financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. TPI will produce blades for Vestas' 4MW turbine platform ...
CIRCOR Monterrey plant earns two certifications from the American Petroleum Institute
CIRCOR International, a Massachusetts-based supplier of flow control solutions and other highly engineered products for the Industrial, Energy, and Aerospace & Defense markets, announced that its new Monterrey, Nuevo Leon facility has earned API Spec Q1 and Spec 6D certifications from the Americ...

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