Given the varied climatic and environmental conditions of the region, the projects require high levels of technical expertise to manage effectively. Exus' in-house team of specialists will maintain the sites' physical equipment, facilitate the generation and sale of energy while offering their client - a major player in the Mexican market - advice enabling them to analyse, maximise and set performance benchmarks.
With sun abundant across Mexico, the country is well positioned to become a major source of solar-based electricity. Reaching 10GW at the end of 2021, solar resources in Mexico are among the best in the world, with annual daily irradiance levels ranging between 4.4 kWh/m2 and 6.3 kWh/m2.
The global photovoltaic industry considers Mexico to be one of the top countries to invest in, with a growing consensus that solar power, and its related manufacturing, has potential for exponential growth.
Selected for the projects based on their substantial track record both locally and globally, the recently signed deal marks another highlight for Exus in Mexico, who see it as a gateway to future opportunities.
In Latin América - in addition to its continued growth in México - Exus has been expanding its reach into the Andean region by increasing activity in Chile and Colombia, with several initiatives on potential acquisitions and asset management engagements held, with the objective to develop a fully operational hub in this region in the short term.