Sinaloa - The electricity reform being promoted by the federal government seeks to reduce electricity rates in Sinaloa and throughout Mexico, according to Rubén Rocha Moya.
Interviewed in the framework of the informative assembly for the electricity reform held at the facilities of the Indigenous Autonomous University of Mexico, with the participation of federal legislators, the governor of Sinaloa said that what is being sought with this reform is that it is not those who have who pay less, but those who have less.
He indicated that the electricity reform will be very important for Sinaloa because four of its large hydroelectric plants are considered among the strategic centers of electricity generation and will be modernized, which will be very important for the state.
"Two of these plants are in the south of the state; Picachos and Santa María, and there is also the Adolfo López Mateos plant in the Humaya system".
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He insisted that this is a totally positive reform for Sinaloa and that is why he is giving him all his support.