Update on the Mexican solar market in 5 headlines


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ReneSola opens new offices in Canada and Mexico

PV MAGAZINE - 2 December

Chinese module manufacturer ReneSola has opened new warehouse and office facilities in Canada and Mexico as the company looks to completely serve the entire North and Central American PV market.

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Solarcentury plans two PV plants totaling 40 MW in Mexico

SOLARPLAZA - 24 November

UK solar developer Solarcentury will install two PV power plants with a combined capacity of 40 MW in Jalisco and Nayarit, western Mexico, according to local financial newspaper El Financiero. The two PV plants will sell their electricity output to local companies and public schools, according to the article, which does not reveal more details on the projects.

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Risen Solar investing $600 M in Mexican solar project

GREENTECH LEAD - 1 November

The China-based solar energy company Risen Solar has announced that it plans to invest $600 million in a coming up 300 MW Mexican solar power plant, reports Clean Technica.

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Three Reasons Solar Will Outshine Fossil Fuels In Mexico

CLEANTECHNICA - 14 October 

When Mexico reformed its energy markets to attract foreign investment, analysts focused bullish outlooks on natural gas and petroleum. And without a doubt, the country will attract billions in new fossil fuel projects.

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Latin America On Track to Install 2.3 Gigawatts of Solar PV in 2015

GTM - 2 October

Solar firms have been streaming into the small but rapidly growing Latin American PV market looking to diversify portfolios, hedge risk and take advantage of the region's high insolation. According to this quarter’s Latin America PV Playbook from GTM Research, the region will install 805 megawatts in 2014 and 2.3 gigawatts in 2015.

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