If you thought 'Somewhere nice and sunny', you are correct! Northern Durango State in Mexico is the home to some 260,000 high performance photo panels, turning golden rays into electricity. As Mexico's favourable climate is drawing more and more investors into solar, the site is expected to become the largest solar energy production project in the world.
Some of the brightest and most committed to sustainable energy young people that I know are from Mexico (shout out to the International Student Energy Summit 2017 Mexico gang), so I am not even it the least bit doubting that the country will be an established leader in renewable energy in the future!
Mexico’s largest solar energy farm is located in northern Durango State. 260,000 high performance photo panels transform powerful sunshine into electrons, making it become electric energy. Chinese-owned Jinko Solar, a company based in Shanghai, is leading this project in Mexico. Jinko is a global developer of solar energy projects, and the world’s largest producer of solar panels.