FIRST SOLAR ENERGY TRADE SHOW IN MEXICO

The three main organizers of events from the United States, China and Germany will present the first solar fair in Mexico in collaboration with Asolmex.
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Solar Power Mexico Information Session and Press Conference at Solar Power International

During Solar Power International (SPI) 2019, Solar Power Mexico (SPM) was inaugurated for the first time in the United States of America (USA). The three global energy event organizers, Deutsche Messe (Germany), SNEC PV Power Expo (China) and Solar Power International (USA), came together to inform solar energy and energy storage professionals interested in entering...
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GRS plugs-in 35.4 MW solar facility in northern Mexico

The Energía Limpia de La Laguna project, owned by Mexican fund Balam, is located in the state of Durango. The plant incorporates 108,314 polycrystalline modules on 98 single-axis trackers.
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Lounge Inauguration: 1st edition Solar Power Mexico

During the lounge inauguration of Solar Power Mexico, Deutsche Messe, SNEC PV Power Expo, and Solar Power International presented.
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FIRST SOLAR ENERGY TRADE SHOW IN MEXICO

The three main organizers of events from the United States, China and Germany will present the first solar fair in Mexico in collaboration with Asolmex.
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MEXICO HEADS TOWARDS BEING THE FIFTH SOLAR ENERGY MARKET WORLDWIDE

Solar Power Mexico opens the Mexican market, promoting new investments in the energy solar energy sector. Mexico could reach 19 GW of installed capacity by 2030, placing it behind China, India, USA and Japan.
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The strong arm of Chihuahua

The big state of Mexico could house a new photovoltaic asset, which would be called “Parque Solar Brazo Fuerte”
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Steep uptake of distributed generation

Capacities below 0.5MW will be compensated via net metering, net billing or total sale of energy  
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Power sector to 2031

For the coming 15 years, PRODESEN forecasts an investment of about US$100 billion in power sector projects  
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