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Peña Nieto seeks cooperation with Brazil

Published on Sept. 21, 2012

 
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During his first official visit to Brazil, the Mexico president-elect, Enrique Peña Nieto, pointed out that both countries should work as a team, increase commerce ans cooperate, setting aside the past competition.

Peña Nieto had a meeting this Wednesday with the members of the Federation of Industries of São Paulo (FIESP) and seized the press conference to highlight his “interest in achieving further integration between Mexico and Brazil.”

The two biggest Latin American economies keep a long-lasting fight behind the scenes to take the lead in the region. The battle for a permanent seat in the UN Security Conceal has been one of those conflicts.

The president-elect highlighted though that, despite some critics “get to state that our nations are ...

Acciona inaugurates in Mexico the largest wind farm in Latin America

Published on March 10, 2012

 
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The wind power station is a compound of three different installations in the Oaxaca region and it has a power of 306 megawatts.

With the inauguration of this new wind farm, Acciona, the company presided by José Manuel Entrecanales, becomes the first wind-energy electricity company in México, where they now have a total power of 556.5 MW, the 65% of the total of the country. Felipe Calderón, president of Mexico, was the person in charge of the inauguration of the Oaxaca wind farm, accompanied by Entrecanales.

Acciona took over the construction and exploitation of the Oaxaca installations in March 2010. Finished in the last months of 2011 and soon operating, this wind farm will produce an annual average of ...

Abengoa will develop El Zapotillo aqueduct project in Jalisco and Guanajato for 566 million

Published on Oct. 30, 2011

 
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Abengoa, the international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainable development in the energy and environment sectors, has been selected by Conagua, the Mexican Water Commission, to develop the El Zapotillo aqueduct project. The “El Zapotillo-Los Altos de Jalisco-León (Guanajuato) Aqueduct” project will carry water from the El Zapotillo dam to the city of León and the municipalities of Los Altos de Jalisco and will supply drinking water to nearly 1.5 million people in an efficient, sustainable and secure way.

The total cost of the project, which is one of the most important carried out by Conagua in recent years, is approximately US$ 566 million. National Infrastructure Fund will provide 49% of the investment, while the ...

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