Vestas Wins Order From Sempra Infra For 319 MW Mexico Wind Farm

Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra, has placed a 319 MW order for the Cimarron wind farm in Tecate, in the state of Baja California, Mexico. This is the third phase of the Energia Sierra Juarez Wind Complex which will have a total installed capacity of 582 MW, according to a media statement from renewable […]

Read more

Recurrent Energy Gets Financing for 119 MW Solar Project in Mexico

Recurrent Energy, a subsidiary of solar and energy storage assets company Canadian Solar Inc. announced that it has closed non-recourse project financing for its 119 MW Horus Solar project in the region of Aguascalientes, Mexico. Recurrent owns 49 percent of the Horus Solar project, while Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) and Sprott own 15 percent […]

Read more

Exus To Acquire 625 MW New Mexico Solar Portfolio

Exus North America, a renewables asset management and development firm, has announced its acquisition of New Mexico Renewable Development LLC (NMRD), a 15-project portfolio of solar farms in the state totalling 625 megawatts. The sale of the portfolio, owned 50/50 by energy holding company PNM Resources (PNM) and major utility American Electric Power (AEP), is […]

Read more

Campeche is Home to Mexico’s Second Largest Solar Power Plant

In Campeche, a new solar park has started producing enough electricity to supply more than 300,000 homes with electricity each year. The $440 million La Pimienta facility, built by American company Atlas Renewable Energy in the municipality of Carmen in the southwest, was formally inaugurated recently. According to Atlas, with a 300 megawatt (MW) capacity, […]

Read more

Mexico Targets Greater Cuts in Emissions, Expansion in Renewables

The COP27 is motivating governments across the world to declare higher environmental goals; most of the time accompanied by expansion in renewables to decarbonise their economies. In a fresh case, Mexico has announced that it will raise its target for cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and also provide much boost to the rollout of renewable […]

Read more

Ohmium to Supply 343 MW of Green Hydrogen to Tarafert’s Mexico Facility

Ohmium International, that delves in designing, manufacturing, and deployment of PEM Electrolyzers for green hydrogen, has said that it has signed an agreement to provide 343 MW of green hydrogen electrolyzers to Tarafert in Mexico. Tarafert is a developer of large-scale urea fertilizer and green ammonia with its production facility in Mexico. The official statement […]

Read more

Latin America Preaches RE, Yet Practises Fossil Fuels

Perpetually in two minds, although the Latin American Governments have appeared to be committing to renewable targets, yet their actions are just the opposite. According to the  International Energy Agency (IEA) that it will need US$1 trillion per year between now and 2050 to finance energy transition in Latin America, compared to the $150 billion […]

Read more

Sungrow Showcases Tech Innovations at Mexico’s Solar Trade Show

Sungrow, an inverter solutions supplier for renewables, showcased a comprehensive product portfolio covering utility and C&I PV and energy storage solutions at Solar Power Mexico, a solar energy trade show, on November 9th through the 11th. The Mexican market is supported by low solar prices and is ripe with opportunity as solar grows. Mexico has […]

Read more

Pattern Energy and Uniper Sign Long-Term Power Purchase Agreement for New Mexico Wind Project

Power to be delivered from largest single-phase renewable energy build out in history Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Energy) and international energy company Uniper today announced they have signed a 15-year power purchase agreement for up to 219,000 MWh per year of wind energy in New Mexico, enough to power more than 20,000 homes annually. The […]

Read more