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Solarever presents 410 W all-black solar panel

Mexican manufacturer Solarever says its new passivated emitter and rear cell (PERC) PV module has an efficiency of 20.97% and a temperature coefficient of -0.35% per degree Celsius.

Mexico’s Solarever commissions new 500 MW solar panel production line

Mexican PV module manufacturer Solarever expects its newly announced production line has raised the annual capacity of its factory in southwestern Mexico to 1.1 GW.

Atlas Renewable Energy switches on 300 MW solar project in Mexico

The 300 MW La Pimienta solar project is now selling electricity to Mexican utility CFE under a 15-year power purchase agreement. It is Mexico’s second-largest operational PV facility.


Latin America may host three more solar factories

Mexican solar manufacturer Solarever said it wants to invest $1 billion in a new factory in Jalisco and Brazilian PV system provider Sengi Solar said it aims to set up two manufacturing facilities in the states of Paraná and Pernambuco.


Mexico’s Solarever targets 1 GW of PV production capacity

Solarever, a Mexican PV module manufacturer, is aiming for 1 GW of production capacity and plans to list shares on the New York Stock Exchange, as it expands into the storage and electric-vehicle markets.


Solar Power Mexico ready to take off

Mexico’s largest solar event will take place from 9 to 11 November in Mexico City. The organizers presented the conference program in an online press conference.

Mexico announces Latin America’s largest PV project

The Mexican authorities are overseeing the development of a $2 billion PV project as part of a modernization plan involving the country’s state-owned utility, CFE.


Green hydrogen projects proliferate in Chile, Mexico, Uruguay

Last week, several green hydrogen projects were announced in Latin America. AES Gener wants to set up a hydrogen production facility in Chile that would require around 850 MW of renewable energy capacity. The Uruguayan government is planning a tender for a pilot hydrogen project for sustainable mobility and the Mexican authorities are reviewing a large scale PV project planned to power a 75 MW hydrogen plant.


Production begins at 500 MW Mexican solar panel fab

Mexican solar module manufacturer Solarever has switched on the production lines of its manufacturing facility in Tecomán, in the state of Colima.


The weekend read: Mexico headed for a solar slowdown

It has already been a complicated year in terms of private investments in Mexico’s energy sector. And for solar, a lack of policy certainty and a government supportive of the fossil fuels industry are serving to further muddy the waters for projects already in development, while putting the brakes on any new plans.


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