SeeNews Renewables — The rural association in Mesa Arenosa, in Mexico’s municipality of San Luis Rio Colorado, is outlining a plan for a solar power plant that would supply schools, parks and public buildings, Tribuna de San Luis reported Monday.

According to Carlos Ariel Espinoza, president of the association, the project will be awarded to a developer and the authorities will contract the output for 20 years at a better price compared with the tariffs of Mexican utility Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE).

The scale of the solar park and its exact location within the Mesa Arenosa area are not yet defined. The association is studying the natural resources and is examining procedures of environmental assessment and feasibility studies, after that the project will only need to complete formalities with the energy ministry and obtain construction permits from the municipality.

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