Geothermal represents a mere 2% of all energy in Mexico
The installed capacity for geothermal power production in the country is, to date, about 958 megawatts (MW); representing only 2.2% of total energy used in the country.
It is well know that Mexico is a large geothermal energy producer and according to a local newspaper, the installed for geothermal power production in the country is, to date, about 958 megawatts (MW); only 2.2% of total energy used currently in the country.
The same source states that the geothermal potential of the country is close to 9700 MW, utilizing only a mere 10% of the available potential.
By June, SENER will make public the round cero for geothermal in the country which is expected to expand the geothermal projects in the country.
Stay tuned for more updates on the round cero.
Source: La Razón de México