In recent dates, Transbiaga has been awarded a contract for the Reynosa Wind Farm project, Tamaulipas, which will be one of the largest in all of Latin America. The contract includes the lifting service for the wind turbine components. It is expected that the delivery of the turbines will begin at the end of 2017 and that their start-up will take place in 2018.
Zuma Energía, the company that promotes the project, is a leading company in the renewable energy sector in Mexico that has the financial backing of Actis and Mesoamerica, both known for their successful trajectory in the development of large renewable energy projects in America and Europe.
Tamaulipas has a leading position in the field of wind energy in the country. Mexico is experiencing a historic moment in its energy policy, and the construction of the largest wind farm in Mexico is an important step in the country's transition towards renewable energies.