(ADPnews) - Dec 6, 2010 - Mexican wind park builder Mase Energy studies the construction of a wind park in San Luis Potosi state, central Mexico, the company's CEO Sergio Martinez said on Friday.
At first the project, to be developed in the municipalities Catorce and Villa de Reyes, will have a capacity of 30 MW, requiring USD 50 million (EUR 37.4m) investments.
Later, another USD 50 million will be spent, to double the capacity, Martinez said.
As much as 50% of the needed investments will be provided by the European Union (EU), he added.
The wind park is expected to come on stream in late 2013, with 12 wind turbines in operation.
(USD 1 = EUR 0.748)
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