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Large Solar Panel Plant For Mexico

Readers will be interested to hear that a huge solar panel plant has been inaugurated in Mexico that, when completed, will be the largest in the Americas. The plant was inaugurated by Enel Green Power Mexico on the 22nd March 2018. This business is the biggest operator of renewable energy in Mexico.

The solar power plant will be capable of producing in excess of 1,700 GWh of electricity over a 12 month period once the plant is fully built during the last 6 months of this year. There will be a staggering 2.3 million solar panels in situ covering around 2,400 hectares.

The 754 MW solar power facility is 41% operational so great strides have been made in its construction.

We have previously written about a number of other large solar power projects in various parts of the world. Such schemes will make a considerable difference to the amount of energy produced using solar power in many countries around the world. It is schemes like the above one that will no doubt make significant inroads into the success of renewable energy and in particular solar power in the coming years. Such schemes will also no doubt assist in the reduction of carbon emissions thus helping improve the environment in which we all live.

It is no secret that countries have been set challenging targets as far as renewable energy is concerned including reducing carbon emissions. To help achieve such targets this will no doubt involve countries having solar panels fitted to both residential homes as well as commercial premises in towns, cities and villages as well as many solar farms being constructed.

Here at Solar Panels UK, we are pleased to inform you that we will continue to keep our readers updated about any interesting solar power projects that we hear about both in the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.

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