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Italian group Enel Green Power starts construction of US$ 115 million wind farm in Coahuila
The Italian developer of power infrastructure Enel Group announced that its renewable subsidiary Enel Green Power Mexico (EGPM) has begun the construction of the 100 MW Amistad II wind farm in the northern State of Coahuila.  Amistad II is the first project to start construction of those awarded i...
X-Elio US$71 million solar plant in Guanajuato close to completion
Spanish solar energy developer X-Elio invested US$71 million in the construction of a new 71 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic plant in Guanajuato. According to X-Elio, the project, whose construction is about to be done, is part of the company’s strategic plan for growth and investment in the country, ...
Spain-based Acciona builds 306 MW wind farm for Ener AB in Tamaulipas
Spain-based energy infrastructure developer Acciona revealed it has been commissioned to build a 306 MW wind farm for Ener AB, a joint venture by Mexican conglomerate Grupo Bal and U.S. energy firm AES Corporation. The project, named Mesa la Paz, will be located in the town of Llera de Canales, in ...
Gulf to expand to the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico
The U.S. oil company Gulf, which began supplying gasoline in Mexico in 2017, is planning to expand in the country while it also incorporates itself in the energy sector, which is forecast to expand in the next to years. The firm plans to have in operation new service stations in the Metropolitan Zo...
BP inks deal to utilize 50% of IEnova's fuel terminal in Baja California
British Petroleum (BP) and Sempra Energy’s Mexican subsidiary IEnova announced the execution of a long-term contract for 50% of the initial capacity of a marine terminal which IEnova currently builds in La Jovita Energy Center, located 23 kilometers north of Ensenada, Baja California, northern Me...

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