A successful strategy to maintain over half the installed PV capacity in Mexico

Ingeteam has been awarded the O&M contract for a new rooftop PV plant in Mexico. The 35.5 MW plant is situated in the state of Chihuahua, in the northwest of the country on the border with New Mexico, in the city of Camargo. As a result of this new project, the solar capacity maintained by the company in
Mexico rises to 140 MW, equivalent to maintaining 55% of the country’s total installed capacity.

A leader in the Mexican wind sector, Ingeteam has now consolidated its positioning in the rest of the country’s renewables sectors thanks to this new PV contract and to the award of the services contract for two hydroelectric plants in the state of Jalisco.


To date, Ingeteam Service’s commitment to its clients used to start when the machine came on line, by undertaking its integrated maintenance and supporting the management and operation of the wind farm throughout its service life. Since 2016, Ingeteam has expanded its portfolio of services to include turbine assembly. Ingeteam was recently awarded the contract to assemble 20 wind turbines for the La Bufa and Puerto Peñasco wind farms in the regions of Zacatecas and Sonora. Read more…

Article published in: FuturENERGY July-August 2017