Acciona and the Mexican Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together on electricity generation projects based on renewable energies in Mexico.
According to Acciona, the MOU coincides within the framework of the country's 2014 energy reform, in which the energy sector was liberalized and the CFE became a productive state-owned company.
Under the agreement, both parties will work to prepare documents that analyze and evaluate renewable energy projects – mainly wind, photovoltaic or hydroelectric power – to be carried out within the framework of the MOU. This work could also be done jointly under later agreements.
The memorandum was signed by Miguel Angel Alonso, the legal representative of Acciona Energia in Mexico, and engineer Benjamin Granados Dominguez, director of investment finance projects of the CFE.