Sonora is looking to export clean energy to California and Arizona through a new solar farm project. Sonora’s governor envisions a role for the state in the semiconductor supply chain, given Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company’s (TSMC) substantial US$40 billion investment in Arizona.
The initial phase of the Puerto Peñasco solar plant, situated in this border state known for its scorching temperatures, was inaugurated in February. This project is part of President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador’s flagship solar initiative, which could potentially see the establishment of four more plants. During a visit to Taiwan, Sonora Governor Alfonso Durazo highlighted the significance of the “Plan Sonora” solar energy project. He emphasized its dual purpose of enhancing domestic connectivity to the national power grid and exporting energy to the US.
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Source: Mexico Business News
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