via Energy_Biomass.

Biomass and solar projects have very small presence in the Mexican market, mainly due to their costs and generating power. As a result, these are mostly utilized for self-supply purposes and in most cases; will not connect the grid.

Mexico’s renewable energy generating capacity has grown exponentially from levels of 45 Gigawatt per hour in 2006 to 78,442 Gigawatt per hour in 2010 (including that of independent producers). Today, 26% of national demand is produced by renewable sources and most of them are connected to the grid managed by the large federal enterprise CFE (Federal Power Commission).


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