Mexico is beginning to take a closer look at solar power as a way to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and meet the growth in demand for electricity, which is expected to increase by an average of about 1,800 megawatts annually over the next 15 years. But even though the government has sponsored some solarenergy projects, critics point out that there is not sufficient commitment to make this a significant alternative to fossil fuels.
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Navarro, Carlos. "Solar Energy Seen as a Viable Alternative in Mexico." (2012). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/la_energy_notien/77