Mexican CFE plans large infrastructure and renewables investments

Avenida de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico (source: flickr/ Enrique Dans, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 13 May 2015

There are 14 undisclosed renewable energy projects scheduled. Surely geothermal must be an option being studied by the CFE.

Mexico’s state-owned power company, the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) is expected to invest $16.6 billion “on infrastructure including pipelines and power projects” in the country according to Bloomberg.

The same source details that there are 14 renewable energy projects among other fossil fuels based projects in the aforementioned expenditure estimates.

There is a lack of details regarding these 14 projects, yet geothermal energy surely must be an option being studied by the CFE.

Source: Bloomberg