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    CRE rejects more energy permits

    May 17, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      Mexico City - The Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) once again denied generation permits for two private sector companies, and even for an educational facility.

      In its governing body session, the regulator rejected a generation request to Generadora Fotovoltaica Santísima Trinidad, which sought to generate 199.2 megawatts of solar energy in Sinaloa.

      The other permit wasfrom Instituto Educativo del Noroeste, which sought to generate 1,66 megawatts of solar energy in Baja California.

      Both applications had been pending since 2019.

      It also denied three permit modifications regarding the third conditions related to the use of energy and the fourth related to expansion plans to generate electricity; of which two are from the firm Fotovoltaica ENH and one more for Iberdrola Cogeneración.

      Likewise, the CRE authorized the update of the corporate name of the permit to generate electricity, granted to Bioenergía de Nuevo León, to become SSNL Servicios Sustentables NL, and authorized the update of the corporate name of two of the partners of the permit to generate electricity granted to the wind farm Ventika.

      During the session it was also authorized the modification of the first condition, regarding the location and description of the facilities, and second, regarding the program, start and completion of works of the permit E/1665/GEN/2015 that is in favor ofCFE GENERACIÓN IV, for its Villa de Reyes Thermoelectric Power Plant.

      Last May 10, Reforma published that the regulator kept 103 generation permits at a standstill, with a combined capacity of up to 10,496.3 megawatts, of which two were denied yesterday.


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