Energy Latam Blog | 2015 Nov | W2

Mexico The president of GE Mexico, Raúl Gallegos, expressed that investment and energy reforms in Mexico will allow GE to move forward with energy projects that were put on hold this year. GE maintains a tempered but positive outlook (Spanish) regarding its opportunities for growth in Mexico’s energy market. Mexico issued the first concession license for […]

Mexico Grupo Dragon gets licence for 50-MW geothermal project

Mexican energy firm Grupo Dragon, through its subsidiary Geotermica para el Desarrollo, received a concession licence on Tuesday to develop 50 MW of geothermal power in San Pedro Lagunillas, Nayarit state. The licence, the first for a private company, is…