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45MW on grid soalr photovoltaic power plant in Mexico

The latitude and longitude of Mexico are as follows: Longitude: 98°57 ‘~ 99°22’ w, latitude: 19°36 ‘~ 19°03’ N.

The average temperature at the coldest point is 6 degrees and at the hottest point it averages 26 degrees.

Mexico climate is complex and diverse, due to the multiple plateaus and mountains, the vertical climate characteristics are obvious. Mo climate is complex and diverse. The plateau area is mild all year round with an average temperature of 10 ~ 26℃. Northwest inland for continental climate; The coastal and southeastern plains have a tropical climate. In most regions, there are two seasons of drought (October to April) and rain (May to September), with the rainy season concentrating 75 percent of the annual precipitation. The driest month is February, with only 5 mm of precipitation, and the most precipitation month is July, with about 170 mm of precipitation.

Seventy percent of the land is dry. Average annual precipitation is less than 250 mm in the Northwest, 750-1000 mm in the interior, and 1000-2000 mm in the central Gulf coast and southern Pacific Coast. Of the total land area, 4.8% is in hot and humid areas, 23% in hot and dry areas, 23.1% in temperate areas, 28.3% in arid areas and 20.8% in extremely arid areas. Mexico enjoys the reputation of “Pearl of plateau” because of its plateau terrain, which is free from cold in winter and heat in summer and evergreen in four seasons.

The capital city of Mexico City is a plateau region with an altitude of 2,240 meters. The average temperature in May is 12-26°C, while the coldest month is January with an average temperature of 6-19°C.

Lingtechsolar took into account altitude, latitude, longitude, light conditions, light duration, light radiation, direction, Angle, wind, humidity, salinity, sand conditions, temperature and other factors when designing the project.