Mexico to Invest $20 Billion in Wind Power, El Economista Says

Sept. 22 (Bloomberg) — Mexico will invest more than $20
billion over the next decade in wind-power projects, according
to the local newspaper El Economista, citing U.S. government
data.

Mexico has a 40 gigawatts of potential wind energy and is
about to become one of the fastest growing wind-energy producers
in the world, said the newspaper, using figures from the U.S.
Energy Information Administration.

Mexico had a 1.298 gigawatts of installed wind power in
2012.

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Will Wade, Carlos Caminada

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