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    Mexico

    Present in the country since 1978

    Since opening the Infrastructures divission office in Mexico in 1978, interest within the country has not stopped growing, and it has become one of the company’s main markets. The fact that all of the main divisions of the company are present is proof of this: Infrastructures, Energy, Water, Real Estate and recently Services.


    Projects

    Atotonilco Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Atotonilco Wastewater Treatment Plant

    The Atotonilco Plant will treat more than half of the wastewater generated by the 18 million residents of the City of Mexico. It will be the largest water treatment plant in the world. It has a nominal average capacity of 35 m3/second, including the removal of solid material and sludge. It has a co-generation system that will use bio-gas produced in the digestion process and will maximize energy efficiency.

     

     

     

    León Bajío Hospital

    León Bajío Hospital

    The project consists of the concession for the design, construction, equipment, financing and management of the non-care services of a hospital in León, in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico, with a constructed surface of 25,000 m2. The works were finished in 2007, while the concession will finish in 2030.

     

     

     

    Light at Home, Oaxaca

    Light at Home, Oaxaca

    In 2012, acciona.org brought and adapted its rural electrification programme ‘Luz en Casa’ to the Mexican situation, so as to give a solution to the Oaxaca communities of population less than 100, where the electricity public utility (Comision Federal de Electricidad-CFE) had no plans of electrification. The Mexican non-profit association, which was created by the acciona.org foundation, acciona.org Mexico implements ‘Luz en Casa Oaxaca’ in partnership with the Government of the State of Oaxaca and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation. In 2016, this programme ends in bringing electricity, with third generation solar home systems, to 7,500 households (30,000 people).

    Baja California II Thermal Power Plant

    Baja California II Thermal Power Plant

    Located near the city of Tijuana, the construction of this thermal power plant was concluded in October 2013. The power plant has a capacity of up to 182 MW.

    ventika-ventika ii wind power complex

    ventika-ventika ii wind power complex

    It is the largest wind power complex carried out by ACCIONA for third parties globally. With 252 MW of rated capacity, it entered service in 2016. The project was done through an EPC contract for third parties. It is currently owned by IEnova (Sempra Energy).

    PUERTO LIBERTAD PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANT

    PUERTO LIBERTAD PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANT

    ACCIONA is about to finish building a 405-MWp solar photovoltaic plant in Mexico. Located in Puerto Libertad (Sonora) it is developed through a 50-50 joint venture with Tuto Energy. Once fully completed, in 2019, it will be one of the largest solar plants in Latin America. Then, its 1.2 million solar panels will produce enough clean energy to meet the power demand of 583,000 Mexican homes from the sun of the desert.

    el cortijo wind farm

    el cortijo wind farm

    In service since June 2018, El Cortijo is the fifth wind farm owned by ACCIONA in Mexico. It is is a 183-megawatt (MW) power plant located in the state of Tamaulipas. Located 40 kilometers south of Reynosa, it features 61 AW125/3000 wind turbines of Nordex ACCIONA Windpower technology. It generates enough clean energy to meet the power demand of 350,000 Mexican homes.

    oaxaca ii, iii & iv wind power complex

    oaxaca ii, iii & iv wind power complex

    Consisting of the wind farms of Oaxaca II, III & IV, it is the biggest complex in Latin America with its 306 MW in 204 ACCIONA Windpower turbines. Fully owned by the company, it was grid connected in 2011. The project was awarded to ACCIONA in a tender called by the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE).

    parque eólico eurus

    parque eólico eurus

    Located en Juchitán de Zaragoza (Oaxaca), the Eurus wind farm was the biggest in Latin America at the time it was grid connected in 2009 (250.5 MW). Consisting of 167 wind turbines of ACCIONA Windpower technology (1.5 MW each), it makes up a self-supply project developed by ACCIONA and the cement company Cemex.


    Representative

    Francisco Vique Sánchez

    Construction: Country Director

    franciscojavier.vique.sanchez@acciona.com
    0052-55-4211-6702
    Paseo de Tamarindos, 90 Juan Salvador Agraz 61, Planta 13 Edificio Euro+Ten Col. Las Tinajas - Cuajimalpa 05370 Ciudad de México

    Miguel Ángel Alonso Rubio

    Energy: General Manager

    malonsorubio@acciona.com

    Edificio Euro+Ten Juan Salvador Agraz 61 piso 14 Col. Las Tinajas Delegación Cuajimalpa, 05370 Ciudad de México


    ACCIONA México

    North America
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