The Largest Solar Project in Mexico

by: Juergen T Steinmetz |

The SkyLine II solar tracking solution to Puerto Penasco Solar Park in Mexico is poised to provide a 365.8MW SkyLine II solar tracking solution.

Located in Puerto Penasco in the Sonora state of Mexico, the Mexican government leads the project as a flagship to expedite the country’s energy transition.

In November 2022, Mexico Announced Aggressive Renewable Energy Targets during COP27, and the target is to reduce emissions by 35% from business-as-usual levels by 2030. Mexico is the second largest greenhouse gas emitter in Latin America.

Built by Arctech, it has a trackable record of several flagship projects, including the 167.12 MW Sonora project and the 118MW Horus project in the country since entering Mexico in 2018.

In late 2022, Arctech inked three deals to supply nearly 10 MW solar tracking solutions in Mexico.

The three projects applied SkyLine II, SkyLine, and SkySmart, respectively, showing the diversification of the market needs of the region and the solution of catering to various scenarios. 

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