A group of high school students found Sistemas Solares, in order to take advantage of solar energy in Mexico. Several of the group's members consolidate their project more than 30 years later, with the incorporation of Corporación Aura Solar.
Map of solar irradiation in Mexico Feasibility study for a solar-photovoltaic project in Mexico starts.
Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes dies. On that same date we decide to continue with the solar photovoltaic project and to name it Aura Solar in his honor.
Because the site had a certificate of immunity from land-reform endowments, it had no environmental impact.
The Energy Regulation Council issues Small Producer Regime permit to Aura Solar I.
Development banks carry out due diligence on the project.
Preparing the land
Levelling the land
Foundation screw placement
Solar cells installation
A visit to the installations.
CAS investors show municipal president Esthela de Jesús Ponce the installations of Aura Solar I.
With the provision of solar energy to Baja California Sur's electrical power system, Mexico becomes one of the 20 countries with the largest installed solar capacity in the world.
Aerial view of the Central
Enrique Ochoa, General Director of CFE, visits the installations of Aura Solar I
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto officially inaugurates the Photovoltaic Central Aura Solar I.