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Wind energy in Mexico, Elecnor builds a 56 MW wind farm in Mexico

The Spanish infrastructure, energy, services and telecommunications group Elecnor has recently been awarded a contract in Mexico for the construction of the Coromuel Wind Farm for 28.8 million euros (32 million dollars). Elecnor has been selected for this project by Eurus Energy, a Japanese company with a branch in San Diego and owned by Toyota … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Elecnor builds a 56 MW wind farm in Mexico

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Thermion and Siemens introduce Delaro wind power plant

The Mexican renewable energy company Thermion, together with Siemens Financial Services, is developing the Delaro Wind Farm in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, which will have a total installed capacity of 117 megawatts (MW), which is already committed and sold to national and international companies. Thermion reported that Delaro is the first wind power project with Siemens Financial … Continue reading Thermion and Siemens introduce Delaro wind power plant

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Wind energy in Mexico, Enel Green Power completes its Dolores wind farm

The 274 MW Dolores wind farm, located in China, Nuevo Leon, involved an investment of approximately 290 million dollars for its construction.Dolores is supported by a contract that stipulates the sale of wind energy to CENACE. Enel Green Power México (“EGPM”) has completed the installation of the wind turbines and pre-operational tests are underway at … Continue reading Wind energy in Mexico, Enel Green Power completes its Dolores wind farm

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Iberdrola will supply wind energy to Bayer in Mexico

Iberdrola has completed a contract with the German chemical and pharmaceutical group Bayer for the supply of long-term wind energy (PPA) in Mexico, through its Santiago onshore wind farm, with 105 megawatts (MW) of capacity and located in the State of Guanajuato. The contract will be for a period of 15 years, reported the German … Continue reading Iberdrola will supply wind energy to Bayer in Mexico

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Wind power in Yucatán, the “Progreso” Wind Farm was inaugurated

This morning, the “Progreso” Wind Farm, located at kilometer 30 of the highway that connects the port with Mérida, was inaugurated in an event led by the Governor of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, in the company of Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi. In his message, in the presence of the general director of Renewable Energy of … Continue reading Wind power in Yucatán, the “Progreso” Wind Farm was inaugurated

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Wind energy in Yucatan, Vive Energía inaugurates the Peninsula Wind Farm

Generating benefits for the environment, the Peninsula Wind Farm was put into operation, on land located between the Mérida-Progreso and Chicxulub-Progreso highways. The undersecretary of Energy of Yucatan, Juan Carlos Vega Milke, during a visit to the Peninsula Wind Park, commented: “This wind farm is an important milestone for the State of Yucatan because it … Continue reading Wind energy in Yucatan, Vive Energía inaugurates the Peninsula Wind Farm

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Wind power in Mexico, 36 Envion wind turbines for the Peninsula wind farm

Envision will install the wind turbines of the Peninsula wind farm in Yucatan, Mexico, with a capacity of 90 MW. This wind energy project is a joint development of Envision Energy, the Mexican developer Vive Energia and the Spanish company ACS.It will supply more than 300 GWh of electricity per year to the local grid, … Continue reading Wind power in Mexico, 36 Envion wind turbines for the Peninsula wind farm

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Mexico is among the countries where solar and wind energy energy are more cheaper

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) reported that the transition to a less carbonized economy would generate 2.1 million jobs in Mexico over 10 years. The study entitled “Employment in a future with zero net emissions in Latin America and the Caribbean”, carried out between the two institutions, indicates that … Continue reading Mexico is among the countries where solar and wind energy energy are more cheaper

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The Governor of Baja California Sur celebrates the first wind power plant

The first wind farm to generate electricity with wind energy will be built in La Paz, which will produce an additional 50 MW to the state’s electrical system.“In Baja California Sur we will support any project that contributes to solving the most pressing needs for citizens, and that are friendly to the environment,” said Governor … Continue reading The Governor of Baja California Sur celebrates the first wind power plant

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Enel Green Power is among Mexico’s most ethical companies

The Fortune ranking sees Enel Green Power reach 14th place among Mexico’s most ethical businesses Our first attendance delivered an impressive result: Fortune magazine ranked Enel Green Power at the 14th spot among Mexico’s 30 most ethical businesses. This is a remarkable achievement that fills us with pride, for both the ranking’s strict access criteria … Continue reading Enel Green Power is among Mexico’s most ethical companies

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Mexico and its great potential as a wind power generator

Wind energy is known as that produced when the wind blows strongly and moves giant blades that are connected to an electric power generator. It gets its name from Aeolus, the Greek god of the wind. Wind is a clean and renewable source, the advantage of which is that it is non-polluting, inexhaustible, indigenous and … Continue reading Mexico and its great potential as a wind power generator

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Greenpeace questions Mexico for closing the way to wind energy

The policy of electricity generation of the Government of Mexico goes against the commitments assumed by the State in the Paris Agreement, for the reduction of greenhouse gases, and closes the path to renewable energies favoring the burning of fuel oil, he said a Greenpeace expert. Pablo Ramírez, specialist in energy and climate change at … Continue reading Greenpeace questions Mexico for closing the way to wind energy

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Wind energy and solar power brake suspended in Mexico

At least 23 of 44 wind power and solar generation projects affected by recent policies that impeded their operation will be able to resume their pre-operational tests. This, thanks to appeals filed against the Agreement to guarantee the efficiency, quality, reliability, continuity and security of the National Electric System, issued by the National Center for … Continue reading Wind energy and solar power brake suspended in Mexico

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Mexico against common sense and against wind energy

The President of Mexico AMLO lacks all common sense, he is an old school populist, like Trump, Bolsonaro and similar characters, left or right, and in addition to having denied the coronavirus for months, he is an defender of oil and an enemy from wind power and solar energy. History will put you in the … Continue reading Mexico against common sense and against wind energy

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The Mexican government against wind energy and solar power

The government’s obsession with fossil fuels is clear, due to inscrutable causes unrelated to reason. However, it has reached implausible extremes. Now, through the National Energy Control Center (Cenace), and invading the powers of the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), it issued an agreement last Friday that prohibits operational tests of renewable power plants, and in … Continue reading The Mexican government against wind energy and solar power

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The President of Mexico AMLO against wind energy

On May 3, Cenace published the “Agreement to guarantee the efficiency, Quality, Reliability, Continuity and security of the National Electric System, on the occasion of the recognition of the epidemic of disease due to the SARS-CoV2 virus (COVID-19)” , in which it established that they will apply actions and strategies to strengthen the reliability of … Continue reading The President of Mexico AMLO against wind energy

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