From pv journal Mexico
US developer Atlas Renewable Power has moved a 300 MW solar energy plant in Campeche, Mexico. The $340 million La Pimienta photo voltaic venture will promote electrical energy to the Mexican state-owned energy utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) beneath a 15-year energy buy settlement.
“La Pimienta consists of multiple million photo voltaic panels, unfold over 651 hectares,” the corporate stated in a press release, including the photo voltaic park is now the second largest PV operation facility in Mexico. “La Pimienta represents the primary main photo voltaic renewable vitality funding in Campeche, with the participation of high-caliber establishments together with the Interamerican Improvement Financial institution (IDB), Nationwide Financial institution of Public Works and Companies (Banobras), MUFG Financial institution, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. (SMBC) and Société Générale.”
The biggest operational PV plant within the nation is the Villanueva venture consisting of the Villanueva I (427 MW) and Villanueva III (327 MW) services. It’s positioned within the Mexican state of Coahuila and is a part of the 1 GW capability allocation gained by Enel within the first Mexican vitality public sale, held in 2016.
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