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  • [2010-07-27] CONCERN GROWING ABOUT IMPACT OF ELECTRICAL UTILITIES ON THE ENVIRONMENT 

    SourceMex writers
    Concern is growing in Mexico about the impact of electrical utilities on the environment, ranging from production and disposal of hazardous wastes to the potential for a leak at Laguna Verde, the country's only nuclear-power ...
  • [2011-11-08] Large Desalination Plant Proposed for Playas de Rosarito in Baja California 

    Navarro, Carlos
    A proposed water‐desalination plant in Playas de Rosarito in Baja California state has drawn some opposition from environmental advocates in the US, but experts in Mexico and an official for a binational infrastructure‐funding ...
  • [2011-10-03] Mexico Announces Plan that Would Greatly Expand Wind-Energy Capacity 

    Navarro, Carlos
    Mexico launched a number of projects in the first eight months of 2011 that would greatly expand the country’s capability to produce electricity from wind power. The new projects are all funded with private capital, with ...
  • [2010-11-23] Mexico Inaugurates Second Major Wind-energy Plant 

    SourceMex
    In early March, President Felipe Calderon inaugurated La Rumorosa wind-energy project in Baja California state, prompting the executive to declare that Mexico is becoming the most advanced country in Latin America in ...
  • [2012-10-10] Photovoltaic solar energy plant to generate 450 MW in Mexico 

    Santamarta, José
    This article discusses the plans to establish a photovoltaic solar plant in Baja California, Mexico. It gives a brief history of the renewable energy market in Mexico, and describes the international public/private efforts ...
  • [2012-04-27] Solar Energy Seen as a Viable Alternative in Mexico 

    Navarro, Carlos
    Mexico is beginning to take a closer look at solar power as a way to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and meet the growth in demand for electricity, which is expected to increase by an average of about 1,800 megawatts ...