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ENGIE Mexico signs agreement to promote biomethane projects in Nuevo Leon

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ENGIE Mexico has announced the signing of a collaboration agreement with the Agency for the Promotion and Use of Renewable Energies of the Government of the State of Nuevo Leon, with the French Embassy represented by Consul Guillaume Pierre as a witness of honour.
The objective of this agreement is to promote the development of biomethane projects in the region, as part of ENGIE Mexico's commitment to decarbonisation and energy transition.
"France and Nuevo Leon have been working together since February to promote circular economy solutions, decrease waste, as well as the pressure on natural resources and pollution in general. We are very excited that ENGIE, can join these efforts and bring part of its world-renowned expertise," said Guillaume Pierre, Consul General of France in Monterrey, French Embassy.
ENGIE Mexico's biomethane projects will take advantage of organic waste generated by various activities, including agriculture, livestock, landfills and the food industry, to produce biogas, which can then be converted into biomethane.
"This agreement is an important step for ENGIE Mexico in our commitment to contribute to the sustainable development of Nuevo Leon," said Ana Laura Ludlow, vice president of government affairs and sustainability for ENGIE Mexico. "Biomethane is a clean, renewable energy source that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality in the region."
ENGIE Mexico has extensive experience developing biomethane projects in other countries. The company hopes to replicate this success in Nuevo León and contribute to the development of a more sustainable and resilient energy economy in the region.
Eduardo Sanchez, Director of the Energy Agency, added: "Isolated efforts are not enough to face today's energy challenges. It is essential to forge strategic alliances like ours with ENGIE. In synergy, we can address these challenges and move towards a more sustainable and equitable future. This is just the beginning of many achievements to come."

 






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