Aerospace News

  • Alten starts construction of 350 MW photovoltaic plant in Aguascalientes

    Spain-based Alten Renewable Energy, in partnership with Cubico Sustainable Investments, started building a 350 MW photovoltaic (PV) plant in the municipality of El Llano, Aguascalientes, a project which local authorities claim to be the largest PV facility in Latin America.

    The Cubico Alten Aguascalientes Solar PV Project will consist of two facilities adjacent to each other with installed capacities of 180 MW and 170 MW and

  • More than 250 gas stations in Mexico to operate under Total brand

    Total has entered into an agreement with GASORED, a group of service station owners, to rebrand a network of around 250 service stations in and around Mexico City under the Total brand.

    Present in Mexico since 1982, Total is aiming to capitalize on the deregulation of the country’s fuel sales and supply market to significantly expand its activities there. 

    “We are pleased with this commercial agreement with GASORED.

  • Onyx Solar supplies transparent photovoltaic glass for Heineken’s new brewery in Chihuahua

    Spain-based solar energy company Onyx Solar will supply the transparent photovoltaic glass to generate clean electricity to feed the new factory that Heineken builds in Meoqui, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

    The new plant will have an initial capacity of producing 5 million hectoliters per year. It plans to be the greenest factory of the country. 

    The transparent PV glass will be installed at the offices’ building and other process

  • Enel sells 80% stake of a 1.7 GW renewable energy portfolio in Mexico

    Italy-based utility company Enel S.p.A., announced it has sold for US$ 340 million an 80% stake in a Mexican holding company that controls three renewable energy plants and five more under construction.

    Through its renewables subsidiary Enel Green Power S.p.A. (EGP), Enel today signed agreements with the Canadian institutional investor Caisse de dépot et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and the investment vehicle of the leading Mexican

  • Vestas receives 27 wind turbines order for new project in Tamaulipas

    In just four months, Vestas has received almost 600 MW in orders as a result of the auction held in Mexico last year, which accounts for 53% of the total wind capacity allocated.

    Most recently, the company received an order for the supply and installation of 27 V136-3.45 MW wind turbines for a 93 MW wind park in the Northeastern state of Tamaulipas, Mexico.

    “With the order, Vestas’ order intake from Mexico’s energy auctions