Wind energy in Mexico: Eoliatec to install first wind farm in Jalisco

The wind power project will be built in the municipality of Ojuelos, Jalisco, launched two years ago and refers to boot into the last quarter of 2011. " We are now in all approvals and permits from the authorities, " he said.

Oscar Galindo Rios , president of Eoliatec of Mexico, a company created in 2006 for power generation in the form of self-sufficiency , explained that 100 percent of the investment will be private resources.

Aeolus – The new plant will consist of 30 wind turbines with 2 MW capacity each.

The total capacity of the wind farm will be 60 MW with an annual estimated production of 180.00 GWh electricity per year, and thus fail to deliver expected 102 000 tonnes of carbon dioxide.

"This capability serves to meet the demand for energy to about 125,000 average homes in the State of Jalisco , "said Oscar Galindo .

The interconnect energy company that produces a plant of the Federal Electricity Commission and later sell it to industries.