Andrés Manuel López Obrador government will only hold renewable tender it cancelled in February if state-run utility CFE is given time to grow, official says at event.
Actis’ Atlas connects 129MW Guajiro in central state of Hidalgo while JinkoSolar marks commercial launch of 18MW Yucatan installation.
Head of state-owned CFE says ‘new vision’ of Obrador’s government legitimises move against ‘aberration’ of forced purchases in recent years.
France-based renewable energy firm Neoen has secured US$280 million in debt financing from Bancomext, Natixis and Société Générale for its 375MW El Llano solar project in the state of Aguascalientes in Mexico, the company's largest such project to date.
Acciona Energía has started construction on a 404MW solar project in the Mexican state of Sonora, which has been developed in a 50:50 joint venture with Tuto Energy.
Mexico is set to hit between 30-40GW of solar PV installations by 2040 under various scenarios projected by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The final results are in for Mexico’s second long-term renewable power auction, since the country’s energy sector was liberalised following reforms that allowed for private participation.
The results of Mexico’s second long-term power auction, following a much awaited energy liberalisation, reveal ‘highly competitive’ rates, according to state power regulator and grid operator CENACE.
JinkoSolar has signed its first power purchase agreements (PPAs) for solar PV projects outside China.