Latin America PV News Snippets
Arctech Trackers For Mexico’s Largest Solar Power Project & More From EGE Haina, BNDES, Panama
Thursday, 06 Apr 2023
Arctech to supply 365.8 MW trackers for Mexico’s ‘flagship’ PV project; EGE Haina to build 80 MW project in Dominican Republic; BNDES shells out BRL 700 million for distributed generation in Brazil; Panama Assembly discussing solar incentives.
Phase I Of 1 GW Mexican Solar & Storage Plant Online
CFE Grid Connects 120 MW Solar+192 MW Battery Storage Project As Phase I Of GW-Scale Solar Power Plant In Mexico
Tuesday, 21 Feb 2023
Mexico’s state-owned electricity utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) has commissioned a 120 MW solar PV plant with 12 MW battery storage capacity in Sonora as phase I of what is planned to be 1 GW strong PV+192 MW battery project once f.
Latin America PV News Snippets
JinkoSolar Modules For 522 MW Rio Alto & 766 MW Vale Solar Projects In Brazil & More From Solarpack, Torex
Monday, 28 Nov 2022
JinkoSolar is supplying 522 MW solar modules for Rio Alto’s Santa Luzia project, and was also the supplier for 766 MW Vale project, both in Brazil; Solarpack secured IDB Invest and Bancolombia financing for 252 MW PV in Colombia; Torex gets permitt.
Latin America PV News Snippets
Atlas Commissions 300 MW Solar Park In Mexico & More From Trina Tracker, Infinigen Renewables
Tuesday, 22 Nov 2022
Atlas Renewable Energy has energized 300 MW solar plant in Mexico; Trina Tracker to supply 520 MW of trackers to Brazil; Forbright Bank arranges debt for 73 MW solar capacity of Infinigen Renewables in Puerto Rico.
Mexico Targets Over 40 GW Wind & Solar Capacity By 2030
Mexico To Invest Up To $48 Billion to Install Over 30 GW Additional Combined Wind, Solar, Geothermal & Hydroelectric Capacity
Tuesday, 15 Nov 2022
One big announcement coming from the UNFCCC 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) is from Mexico that has committed to expanding its current renewable energy capacity with more than 30 GW of combined wind, solar, geothermal and hydroelectric assets, rea.
Mexican Solar & Wind Projects Come To A Standstill
Bloomberg: CENACE Stops All Critical Tests For Clean Energy Projects In Mexico Preventing Grid Connection For Solar Power Projects Among Others Due To COVID-19; CCE Threatens Legal Action
Wednesday, 06 May 2020
Mexico’s renewable energy generation industry represents over $20 billion of investment, as per CCE that believes CENACE move discourages the private sector and threatens this essential economic activity.
Mexico’s Solar PV Capacity Exceeds 4 GW
Mexico’s Solar Power Capacity Grew 32% In 6 Months With Its Cumulative Installed Capacity Exceeding 4 GW In June 2019: Mexican Solar Energy Association Asolmex
Friday, 21 Jun 2019
Mexico's solar lobby association Asolmex says Mexico’s total installed solar power capacity till June 2019 has crossed the 4 GW mark, representing a growth of 32% over December 2018.
4th Energy Auction Cancelled In Mexico
Mexico’s CENACE Officially Calls Off 4th Long Term Energy Auction While Remaining Open To Affected Stakeholders Appealing For Reconsideration
Tuesday, 05 Feb 2019
Mexico’s 4th Long Term Energy Auction was cancelled by CENACE after a new government has been elected. Pictured is a file photo of August 2018 with participants during the third training session of the 1st long term auction 2018 at CENACE.
Mexico To Grid Connect 4.3 GW PV By June 1, 2019
Mexico Aims To Inject Over 12 GW Of New Power Generation Capacity Into Grid Between August 1, 2018 To June 1, 2019; Renewables To Contribute 6.38 GW
Tuesday, 25 Sep 2018
Mexico’s installed PV capacity at the end of H1/2017 was 460.9 MW. By June 1, 2019, the country wants to grid connect 4,325 MW of PV, according to CENACE.
Mexico Planning Solar Powered Airport
Standard & Poor Gives New International Airport For Mexico City Highest Rating For Green Measures; Solar Systems Expected To Generate 50 MW Peak Power
Wednesday, 09 Aug 2017
Solar power systems generating 50 MW of peak power will be key to run the New International Airport for Mexico City 100% on renewable energy.
Mexico Added Over 218 MW PV In 2016
Despite 128% YoY Growth To Total of 389 MW Installed Capacity, Mexican Energy Department Report Shows PV Far Behind Other Clean Energy Technologies
Monday, 31 Jul 2017
Although the PV capacity increased by 128% in 2016 YoY in Mexico, in the country’s big power picture, solar still has miles to go. Wind added nearly 1 GW to end 2016 with a cumulative of 3.7 GW.
Mexico Set To Launch Third Electricity Auction
Mexico Announces Timeline For Clean Energy Auction: Tender Procedure To Start In May, Results Expected In November 2017
Wednesday, 03 May 2017
Mexico is all set to launch its third long-term electricity auction on May 8, 2017. Results for the same will be announced in November 2017.
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