Dealing with conflict

LATIN AMERICA: Mexico has more than 1GW of wind capacity online, practically all of it in the northern state of Oaxaca, home too of Latin America's biggest online wind project, the 306MW Oaxaca II, III and IV wind farms developed by Spain's Acciona. Yet, elsewhere in Oaxaca, building of at least 600MW of capacity has been held up for months by local protests.

by Michael McGovern

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