Aerospace News

  • 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

  • Vestas secures deal to supply turbines for Mexico’s largest wind farm

    Vestas Wind Systems A/S revealed that the recently announced agreement to equip Zuma Energia’s 424-MW Parque Eolico Reynosa III wind farm in Mexico has now turned into a firm and unconditional supply order. The value of the contract remains undisclosed.

    As part of the deal the Danish wind turbine maker will supply and install 123 units of its V136-3.45 MW machines for the wind farm in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, which will

  • Spain-based Acciona inks deal to build Mexico’s biggest wind farm

    Spain-based Acciona has been commissioned by Mexican energy company Zuma Energia to build a 424 MW wind farm in Reynosa, in the state of Tamaulipas, in north-eastern Mexico; it will be Mexico's largest wind farm when it becomes operational.

    The Reynosa wind farm will provide enough clean sustainable energy to meet the needs of close to one million people and will avoid the emission of 739,000 tons of CO2 to the atmosphere each

  • London-based Cubico raises US$ 450 million for two renewable energy projects in Mexico

    Cubico Sustainable Investments, a London-based firm specialized in renewable energy projects, announced it has achieved financial closing for the 250 MW El Mezquite wind farm in the state of Nuevo Leon, and the 350 MWp Solem solar PV project in Aguascalientes, both with power purchase agreements (“PPAs”) awarded in Mexico’s 2nd long-term electricity auction in September 2016.

    The total amount of non-recourse project finance debt

  • Danish wind blades manufacturer Vestas to build US$ 81 million plant in Tamaulipas

    Denmark-based wind blades and turbines producer Vestas plans to invest up to US$ 81 million to build a manufacturing plant in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, state officials announced.

    The company plans to break ground sometime in the next two months to build a facility with two production lines scheduled to begin operations in the first half of 2018, but capacity could be expanded up to 10 lines over the next five years in order to meet