KEPCO will build the largest solar power plant in Mexico's overseas renewable energy business.
Kepko announced on the 17th that it held a breakthrough ceremony at the solar power plant in Mexico City, Mexico. The company has built 294 MW of photovoltaic power plants in three regions, including Sonora, northwestern Mexico, and has been operating for 35 years. It is the largest project for the development of renewable energy sources abroad, implemented by KEPCO.
KEPCO was selected as the preferred bidder for June in the project, which Canadian Solar ordered for a competitive bidding. In September, she signed a firm agreement. KEPCO is expected to make a profit of 280 billion won in the business period. KPECO completed the Nortte II Combined Cycle Power Plant (433 ㎿) in Mexico in December 2013 and operates commercially.
President Kim Jong-gab at the takeover ceremony said: "This solar project is significant because it is the first photovoltaic project launched in Central and South America and the largest new project for renewable development." A "mega shift" will also help us realize our vision. “
Seigong = By Kim Ki-hwan, reporter firstname.lastname@example.org