Solar energy project in Mexico to break ground

The Sonora Energy Group de Hermosillo S.A. de C.V. (SEGH) said it is ready to begin construction on a 39 MW solar energy project in Sonora, Mexico.

The project will be called SEGH CFE 1 and is expected to cost $1,500/kW. It is scheduled to be online by mid-2013 and will sell the power to Mexico's state power company CFE.

SEGH received a production permit from CFE for the right to produce up to 30 MW/h of electricity from photovoltaic (PV) technology.

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