This new equipment will service an additional 4500 families in Puerto Peñasco who will receive savings benefits on their electric bills as stipulated in agreements with Energia Sonora, S.C.
The construction on the base of the second “papalote” (frequently referred to as “large kite”) would begin shortly on land that the City had previously donated for the project.
“The Energia Sonora wind farm is being built in Puerto Peñasco because this area represented the best option for the program, and because the municipal administration was open to the possibility given its interest in creating benefits for the people of Puerto Peñasco”.
The investment put into the Energia Sonora wind generators does not create debt for the City, as they are being done with Federal funds earmarked specifically for this infrastructure.
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