Aerospace News

  • Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle arrives at Mexican dealerships in July

    General Motors announced the Bolt electric vehicle arrival at Mexican dealerships starting July 5. In the early stage of distribution, the unit will be available for test drive only at seven dealerships located in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and Puebla.

    Base price in Mexico for the Bolt will be 696,100 pesos, around US$ 39,000 at current exchange rate.

    The Chevrolet Bolt will be the fifth full-electric unit available

  • GE to supply two super-efficient gas turbines for Mexican power plant

    GE confirmed it will be supplying three generators and a steam turbine to a new 766 megawatt power plant being built in Mexico. Financial terms of the deal were not released by GE, although the order includes two super-efficient 7HA.01 gas turbines, which are bound to enter the Mexican market for the first time.

    The equipment is being purchased by the Spain-based energy conglomerate Iberdrola for a

    Israeli-based company to build a 4.1 MW wave energy power plant in Colima

    Eco Wave Power Mexico, a subsidiary of Israeli-based wave energy developer Eco Wave Power (EWP) has unveiled plans to construct a 4.1 MW wave energy power plant in the Mexican state of Colima, the company revealed in a press release.

    The company announced the plans right after the project secured an Interconnection Approval from the National Energy Control Center in Mexico (CENACE) for 25 MW of grid capacity. 

    EWP plans to

  • China anticipates more investment thanks to reforms

    Zhu Qingqiao, General Director of the Latin and Caribbean Division of China's Ministry of Foreign Relations, affirmed that investment in Mexico will increase, as well as commercial cooperation. He highlighted that, thanks to the opening during EPN's administration regarding the energy sector, Chinese firm Offshore Oil Corporation E&P Mexico won 10 tenders for exploration and exploitation of

  • Repsol aims for Mexican retail fuel market

    Repsol SA, Spain’s biggest oil company, plans to enter Mexico’s nascent retail fuel market, people familiar with the matter said Bloomberg.

    “Repsol could make a decision as soon as next month, one of the people said. A Repsol press officer declined to comment. A spokeswoman at Mexico’s energy regulatory commission, or CRE, said that some commissioners met with Repsol in February,” releaved the media outlet.

    If it proceeds,