We strengthen our position in Mexico by signing a collaboration agreement with the Consorcio de Ingenieros 

We strengthen our position in Mexico by signing a collaboration agreement with the Consorcio de Ingenieros 

 

ISE Camargo

ISE Camargo

We sign an alliance with the Latin American company to offer engineering services for photovoltaic plant projects at utility scale level

Mexico is experiencing one of the largest renewable energy developments in the world. At the beginning of 2018, 24% of its energy came from clean sources, and the current national plan foresee reaching a 50% in 2050. The agreement we have reached with Consorcio de Ingenieros, a company to which we join our expertise on design, technical regulations and development of photovoltaic projects, will allow us to face new advances that contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions, as well as generate clean energy while lowering costs. In this way, we take advantage of the possibilities of photovoltaic solar energy, the cheapest renewable energy to produce, to offer significant savings to the consumer and an excellent business opportunity for companies and investment funds in the energy sector.

According to our director, Francisco Javier Fernández del Pino, the agreement will make an increasingly growing market more solid and efficient in the clean energy production: “This agreement allows us to offer a global service to the client during all the phases of the project, including consultancy on all procedures with Interconnection Processes of Generation Plants”. In our more than 13 years of experience, we have always guaranteed a fast, economic and complete process in facilities. “The agreement entails covering the digital mapping with drone, the equipment quality control, the electroluminescence tests, the assistance in the Excecutive Engineering of the PV Plant, the interconnection and, also, the commissioning of the plant”, pointed out.

Consorcio de Ingenieros has a great knowledge about civil work processes, after more than 50 years developing engineering projects in Mexico. On our side, we have more than 90 references in the design and execution of utility scale photovoltaic plants around the globe. Currently, we are developing our fifth project in Mexico, with which we will overtake the 200 MW of added power in the country. This new alliance is another step in the creation of business opportunities with full guarantees of efficiency and sustainability, it is a commitment to the future of a country as rich and rising as Mexico.