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Mexico


Dispatchable Renewable Power Plant in Mexico Adds Mitsubishi Power’s TOMONI Intelligent Digital Solutions to Improve Efficiency and Reliability

LAKE MARY, Fla. (April 20, 2021) – The Domo de San Pedro Geothermal Power Station in Nayarit, Mexico, is the first geothermal power plant in the world to add Mitsubishi…


The Tsunami Coming for Mexico

Although Mexican economic history shows moments of tension between the private sector and the federal government—for example, during the administration of President Luis Echeverría (1970-1976)—never in the modern era has…


Is It Safe to Invest in Mexican Energy Projects?

In late 2013, Mexico embarked on a path to transform its energy markets. Then-President Enrique Peña-Nieto oversaw constitutional reforms that ended state-run monopolies, and opened Mexico’s power market to competition…


Wärtsilä Project Moves Forward, but Challenges Remain for Renewables in Mexico

Mexico reformed its energy market in 2013, opening the country’s energy sector to private investment. It created opportunities for foreign companies to bring their expertise to Mexico, particularly in the…


GE’s 7F Gas Turbine Turns 30 with New Plant Commissioned in Mexico
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The first GE 7F gas turbine began commercial operation 30 years ago this month. Since coming on the market, more than 950 7F machines have been commissioned, including four 7F.04…