Tag: Mexico


California-based NEXTracker has landed the contract to supply solar trackers to the largest solar power project in the Americas and the western hemisphere. NEXTracker recently announced that it has already shipped trackers for more than 200 megawatts capacity to a Read more…


Enel Green Power Mexico has started construction on what will be the largest solar power park across Americas. Through a recently issued press release, Italy-based Enel Green Power announced that its Mexican subsidiary has started construction of two projects with Read more…


Fotowatio managed to secure the project at one of the lowest levels across the world as the Mexican auction was highly competitive. FRV placed a successful bid of US¢2.699/kWh for the solar power project.


The preliminary results of a much-awaited Mexico’s second power auction were declared last week. According to the state power regulator and grid operator, auction was highly competitive with average price of renewables and clean energy certificates (CEL) declared at USD Read more…


Mexico-based solar power project developer Enilso has announced plans to expand its portfolio by setting up small-scale solar power projects in the country. Enliso is planning to set up a number of rooftop solar power projects as well small-scale solar Read more…


Spanish company Acciona Energy secured a major win in the landmark renewable energy auction held recently in Mexico. The company recently reported that it won a contract to supply 5.85.7 GWh electricity from wind energy projects through the first renewable Read more…


Clean drinking water is often an overlooked privilege in first world countries. However, in areas such as the rural villages of the Yucatan Peninsula, potable water is at least a day’s drive away and costs more than local residents can Read more…


The U.S. and Mexico have reached an agreement on how to share water from the Colorado River, a five-year deal crafted to help both nations prepare for future droughts. Under the agreement, regional water agencies in California, Arizona, and Nevada Read more…


From reducing mobile source emissions, to connecting households to drinking water and wastewater services, to clean-up efforts of streams and canals, the United States and Mexico have made a joint effort to protect both human health and the environment in Read more…


Conermex, one of the largest solar and wind power companies in Mexico, predicts that Mexico will double their capacity of solar within 2012, from 6 to 12 MW. Mexico’s National Solar Energy Association (ANES) says that Mexico could possibly generate Read more…


Mexico President Felipe Calderon this week signed into law ambitious climate targets aimed at drastically cutting the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions and increasing the share of clean energy in the coming decades. The law, passed unanimously by the Senate, commits Read more…


Mexico is set to have more small wind generation thanks to the arrival of Sauer Energy’s WindCharger vertical-axis wind turbine. The company yesterday announced it has teamed up with ENRCOM, a specialist in telecom networks and rural power plants, to Read more…


The Mexican government is funding an initiative to demonstrate industrial algae production to find out how viable it is for use in large-scale jet fuels production. “Manhattan Project”, as the initiative has been dubbed, has recruited OriginOil, a California-based company Read more…


While renewable energy is openly embraced by many in the world there are plenty who are willing to heap criticisms upon the many facets of the energy type. One of the most common forms of criticism for types of renewable Read more…

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