Siemens Financial Services supports Mexican wind project  

Mexican wind investment 

Siemens Financial Services invests in Thermion’s Delaro wind farm, helping support Mexico's energy transition while preserving the environment for future generations and lessen its dependency on fossil fuel generation.

The second largest wind power market in Latin America, Mexico has an installed capacity of 6,600 MW  and strong growth potential for the future. Wind power currently contributes around 6% of the country’s electricity needs, or the equivalent energy supply required by 6 million Mexicans.

 

Thermion – a private Mexican independent power generation company – is developing the 117-megawatt (MW) Delaro wind project located in the Northern region of Reynosa, Tamaulipas in Mexico. When complete, the project will provide the equivalent of enough energy to supply 64,634 houses reducing CO2 emissions equal to planting 22.8 million trees and generate more than 400 jobs where almost 40% will be filled by local citizens. 

 

Siemens Financial Services (SFS) is investing, alongside Thermion, in the wind farm, participating not only with capital, but with the expertise to see the project through to completion.

We are a company that is 100% renewable and proudly Mexican. Working with a co-investor like Siemens Financial Services on projects like Delaro, we are providing clean sources of electricity that help our clients simultaneously reach profitability and sustainability goals.
Thermion

Powered by 27 units of Siemens Gamesa’s SG 5.0-145  turbine – with blades and towers that are manufactured locally in Mexico – Delaro boasts the highest wind towers standing at 200m making it three times taller than the famous Piramide del Sol in Teotihuacán. 

 

Projects like Delaro are helping support Mexico's energy transition while preserving the environment for future generations and lessen its dependency on fossil fuel generation.

 

Thermion owns and operates wind and solar energy projects and is Mexico’s largest renewable self-supply power platform with over 800 MW of production capacity. 



By: Jillian Lukach