25 Apr '15, 1am

150 MW solar plant announced for Mexico's Baja California

150 MW solar plant announced for Mexico's Baja California 23. April 2015 | Applications & Installations , Global PV markets , Markets & Trends | By: Ian Clover The $279 million installation will be developed by Energy Partners Latin America and will be located in the sun-rich northwestern corner of the peninsular state. The 150 MW solar plant from EPLA will boost the state of Baja California's PV portfolio significantly as Mexico chases more and more renewable energy.Traveljournalist/Wikipedia Energy Partners Latin America (EPLA) has announced it is to construct a 150 MW solar PV plant at a cost of $279 million in the Baja California region of Mexico. EPLA, an affiliate of Idaho-based Intermountain Energy Partners, was set up last year to develop solar and water management projects in Mexico and throughout Latin America, and will oversee the entire EPC of the 150 MW solar ...

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