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Wind energy meeting in Mexico

Mexico will have an international wind energy event in March of this 2020. It will be the Mexico WindPower 2020, which will be held on March 4 and 5 at the Citibanamex center of the CDMX, according to a statement from the Mexican Wind Energy Association and the World Wind Energy Council.“The wind energy industry … Continue reading Wind energy meeting in Mexico

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Wind energy in Mexico, Vestas’ wind turbines for 30 MW wind farm

Vestas has received a 30 MW order for a project in Mexico. The contract includes the supply and installation of 15 V120-2.0 MW wind turbines as well as an Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement for the operation and maintenance of the wind power plant over the next 20 years. “This order exemplifies … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Vestas’ wind turbines for 30 MW wind farm

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Wind power manages to suspend changes to clean certificates in Mexico

The renewable energy industry was able to permanently suspend the changes to the Clean Energy Certificates (CEL) imposed by the Ministry of Energy (Sener) at the end of October, so these modifications remained without force until the Judiciary resolves the amparo lawsuits that weigh on them. “The Judicial Branch of the Federation decided to keep … Continue reading Wind power manages to suspend changes to clean certificates in Mexico

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Grupo México Infraestructura invests in wind energy in Mexico

Grupo México Infraestructura will make an investment of 250 million dollars to build the Fenicias wind farm in the state of Nuevo León as part of its energy generation expansion strategy through clean sources. This project will be developed by Invenergy, the largest independent renewable energy company in North America. The project, which will supply … Continue reading Grupo México Infraestructura invests in wind energy in Mexico

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Wind energy in Mexico, Nordex’ wind turbines for a 138 MW wind farm

Nordex has received an order to supply and install a total of 40 AW132/3300 and two AW132/3000 wind turbines with a combined rated output of 138 megawatts. The order also includes a two-year Full Service contract.  The wind power project will be built in the state of Tamaulipas in the north-east of Mexico; the installation … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Nordex’ wind turbines for a 138 MW wind farm

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Ibero-American Renewable Associations will sign renewable energy commitment at COP25

The 12 associations that have made this commitment will be: Spanish Wind Energy  Association (AEE Spain), APPA Renewable, Protermosolar and UNEF (Spain), ACERA (Chile), AEEREE (Ecuador), AMDEE and ASOLMEX (Mexico), AUDER (Uruguay), Cader (Argentina), SER Colombia and SPR (Peru).Within the framework of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change – or better known as COP25 … Continue reading Ibero-American Renewable Associations will sign renewable energy commitment at COP25

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Enel has started 220 MW solar plant Magdalena II

Enel, through its renewable energy subsidiary Enel Green Power México (“EGPM”), has started operations at its new 220 MW Magdalena II solar facility, the Mexican state of Tlaxcala’s first-ever renewable energy project, located in the municipalities of Tlaxco and Hueyotlipan. The project’s construction works involved an investment of around 165 million US dollars. The plant’s inauguration … Continue reading Enel has started 220 MW solar plant Magdalena II

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Wind energy wins the legal battle in Mexico

Mexico’s wind power industry held a big victory on Thursday after a federal court reversed a decision on a change in the renewable credit rule that critics have been detrimental to the sector. After wind energy companies, including the US AES and Italian Enel, filed precautionary measures in courts throughout Mexico, a federal judge in … Continue reading Wind energy wins the legal battle in Mexico

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“False that wind energy is expensive,” NGO responds to CFE in Mexico

The Federal Electricity Commission had claimed that wind power generation prices are expensive. The statement made by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) that wind power generation prices are expensive compared to that generated by a combined cycle power plant is false, said Víctor Ramírez, spokesperson for Platform Mexico, Climate and Energy . The consultant considered … Continue reading “False that wind energy is expensive,” NGO responds to CFE in Mexico

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Wind energy in Mexico, Elecnor wind farm

Elecnor is awarded the construction of a wind farm in Mexico for $ 17.8 million. The wind energy project includes the installation of 8 wind turbines that will add 30 MW of power.The Spanish infrastructure, energy and telecommunications group Elecnor has won a contract for the construction of a wind farm in the Mexican state … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Elecnor wind farm

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Wind power in Mexico will reach 15,000 MW in 2024

Leopoldo Rodríguez, president of the Mexican Wind Energy Association (Amdee), said that a total of US $ 10,516 million has been invested in the construction of 54 wind farms in 13 states of Mexico such as Nuevo León, Oaxaca, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas and Puebla, among others.At the end of this six-year period, the wind … Continue reading Wind power in Mexico will reach 15,000 MW in 2024

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Oaxaca among the states with the greatest wind energy potential in Mexico

As of 2018, Mexico has an installed wind power capacity of 4,935 MW with 54 wind farms and 2,447 wind turbines, and by 2019, ten wind farms with an installed capacity of 800 to 1,200 MW will be added. Currently, Mexico has a world level as one of the countries with the greatest potential for … Continue reading Oaxaca among the states with the greatest wind energy potential in Mexico

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Cubico puts wind energy and solar operation

Cubico Sustainable Investments (Cubico), a global renewable energy investor based in London, Great Britain, participant in two of Canada’s largest pension funds, announces that its 600 MW renewable energy generation portfolio in Mexico has entered operation The portfolio, composed of the 250 MW El Mezquite wind farm in Nuevo León and the Solem solar photovoltaic … Continue reading Cubico puts wind energy and solar operation

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EDPR secures a new PPA for 100 MW of wind energy in Mexico

EDP Renováveis, a global leader in the renewable energy sector and one of the world’s largest wind energy producers, has secured a Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA”) to sell the energy produced by a 100 MW wind farm project. The contract is set in USD and for a 15-year minimum period. The wind farm project, which … Continue reading EDPR secures a new PPA for 100 MW of wind energy in Mexico

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They will invest in wind energy projects in Campeche

There is interest in the private initiative to invest in two wind energy projects, one in Campeche and the other in Champotón, the Secretary of Energy and Sustainable Development (Sedesu), Ricardo Ocampo Fernández, said in an interview. He said that first you have to comply with the first processes that mark the regulations on the … Continue reading They will invest in wind energy projects in Campeche

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Wind energy in Mexico: Vestas wind turbines for 168 MW wind farm

Vestas has secured a 168 MW order for a wind farm in Mexico. The order derives from a corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) and includes the supply and installation of 42 wind turbines of the 4 MW platform with V150 rotors. The order also includes an Active Output Management 5000 (AOM 5000) service agreement for … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico: Vestas wind turbines for 168 MW wind farm

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EGP, 11 years driving job creation in Mexico

Mexico is the third biggest economy in America. In recent years, it has stood out for its macroeconomic stability and the increase in its per capita income. However, the North American country faces important challenges such as income inequality and the need for better conditions for a workforce of almost 60 million people. The Organization … Continue reading EGP, 11 years driving job creation in Mexico

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Wind power in Yucatán: wind turbines arrive for Progreso Wind Farm

Dr. Benigno Villarreal del Río, General Director of the Vive Energía Company and President of the Peninsular Renewable Energy Group (APER) announced that yesterday the first components of the Progreso Wind Farm arrived in Yucatán, a project called “Energy Renewable of the Peninsula ”. This wind farm that materializes with Mexican and Sino-European investment, is … Continue reading Wind power in Yucatán: wind turbines arrive for Progreso Wind Farm

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Wind power in Yucatán: new La Península wind farm of Global Energy Services

Vive Energía said that the Península wind farm in Yucatán was awarded from the first electric auction held in 2016, then organized by the National Energy Control Center. The Spanish multinational Global Energy Services (GES) was awarded the installation of wind turbines of the Península wind farm, 90 megawatts, in Yucatan, which will be developed … Continue reading Wind power in Yucatán: new La Península wind farm of Global Energy Services

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