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AMLO Says Mexico Looking To Build Solar Parks Along U.S. Border

MEXICO

Mexico President AMLO Speaks In Video At Climate Forum:

  • Mexico modernizing 16 hydroelectric plants
  • Pemex to spend $2B in reducing methane emissions
  • Mexico to produce 50% zero emission vehicles by 2030
  • Mexico to build photovoltaic plant in Peñasco
  • Mexico signed agreements with 17 U.S. energy companies
  • Mexico looking to build solar parks along U.S. border
  • Mexico to build electricity transmission lines
  • Mexico could export electricity to California (BBG)
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Mexico President AMLO Speaks In Video At Climate Forum:

  • Mexico modernizing 16 hydroelectric plants
  • Pemex to spend $2B in reducing methane emissions
  • Mexico to produce 50% zero emission vehicles by 2030
  • Mexico to build photovoltaic plant in Peñasco
  • Mexico signed agreements with 17 U.S. energy companies
  • Mexico looking to build solar parks along U.S. border
  • Mexico to build electricity transmission lines
  • Mexico could export electricity to California (BBG)