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Mexico’s solar sector: An unexploited energy hot-spot

By David Buchanan Accounting for 0.1 percent of total electricity generation, solar energy in Mexico is largely unexploited, making it the second-to-last source of energy after biogas. But the spotlight may be about to shift, as the country is set to receive investments of up to $900 million in solar energy projects next year, according to Carlos Flores, director of Mexico’s national solar energy association, ANES. By the end of 2015, Mexico will likely see a 100 MegaWatt growth in installed solar energy capacity compared with last year, bringing the total up to 260 MW, or 0.4 percent of electricity […]
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