Mexico Says Renewable Energy Capacity Rose 13.4% Through October

The figures suggest that despite efforts by the government to delay and stymie private power providers, some have managed to get projects moving, backed by favorable court rulings on their disputes with the administration.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico's renewable power capacity increased by 13.4% from 2019 through to the end of October, as more solar and wind plants were installed and began testing, the energy ministry said on Sunday, January 1st.

In a new report, the ministry said the capacity of renewable power sources had risen to 26,743 megawatts (MW) from 23,582 MW through October, principally through new solar additions.

The figures suggest that despite efforts by the government to delay and stymie private power providers, some have managed to get projects moving, backed by favorable court rulings on . . .

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