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The Zero Emission Bus Rapid-deployment Accelerator (ZEBRA) aims to deploy more than 3,000 new electric buses in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has awarded £1.3 million to address energy vulnerability and create sustainable energy systems in Latin America.
Large scale electricity storage can accelerate Mexico’s green transition, a study from the Danish Energy Agency and Mexico’s INECC finds.
Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean saw a record 1,830 megawatts (MW) of new wind power capacity installed across the region in 2019 – a 126% year-on-year increase in additions, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie.
A new research report by international law firm Ashurst has found electric vehicles and battery storage to be the top non-power generation technologies that senior business leaders from across the G20 have invested in or are committed to investing in.
Lithium-ion energy storage specialists SimpliPhi Power has partnered with non-profit Footprint Project to supply and deliver a clean energypowered microgrid field hospital for the Matamoros migrant camp in Mexico on the US border to power the camp’s first mobile medical ICU to treat COVID-19 patients.
Danish wind giant Vestas secured wind turbine orders totalling over 190MW in the US and Mexico during the final days of 2019, bringing reported US orders to over 760MW during the month of December alone.
Cubico has announced that it has reached operations on a 600 MW renewable portfolio in Mexico.
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