México, Monday , September 24 , 2018 21:19 hrs.
Science & Tech
Enel begins construction of $115-million wind farm
Mexico (Notimex) – Enel Green Power Mexico, a unit of Italy’s Enel, has begun building a $115-million wind farm in the northern state of Coahuila.
The project, called Amistad II, will have a capacity of 100 megawatts, and was awarded during Mexico’s third long-term bid.
The project is expected to begin operations in the first half of 2020, and once it reaches full capacity, it will generate...
Siemens promotes energy efficiency in Mexican industry
Mexico (Notimex) – Mexico’s industry requires about 30 percent of the country’s total electricity generation and causes 34 percent of the country’s greenhouse emissions, but these figures can be lowered with highly efficient energy solutions, said German firm Siemens.
“One of the biggest challenges for industry is energy efficiency. Automatization solutions for industry are focused on increasing...
Mexico among top 10 most attractive for renewable energy
Mexico - Mexico is among the top 10 countries in the world for renewable energy investments, according to industry rankings that say the energy reform has placed the country in the investors' eye.
Mexico's goal is to produce 35 percent of its energy through clean sources by 2024, up from the current 20 percent.
But as clean energy production grows, there will also be a greater need for storage...
Pemex begins rolling out newly designed stations
Mexico (Notimex) – Mexican state oil firm Pemex has inaugurated the first of its redesigned filling stations in the state of Mexico.
The new stations are part of the company’s business plan and aim to introduce a new concept to the market and maintain leadership in the domestic market, said Pemex Industrial Transformation director, Carlos Murrieta.
Pemex will open 45 of these stations this year.