The U.S. diplomat indicated that he will be reviewing projects that will help light the roads in La Paz.
February 7, Ken Salazar, the U.S. representative in Mexico, began his visit to La Paz, where he will address issues of renewable energy and tourism; meanwhile, he has already met with Governor Victor Castro Cosio and visited Todos Santos.
“Environmental and renewable energy efforts are a priority for Mexico and the United States. Nice to speak with Governor Víctor Castro Cosío about this,” said Ambassador Ken Salazar on his Twitter account.
I’m impressed with the Eolica Coromuel wind farm in #LaPaz #BajaSur, a project that will provide clean energy, reduce emissions, create jobs and economically benefit the region. With projects such as these, North America will become an energy powerhouse. pic.twitter.com/yPKyCMD4LN— Embajador Ken Salazar (@USAmbMex) February 8, 2022
The U.S. representative in Mexico is scheduled to visit the Coromuel wind farm facilities, an event that is scheduled to take place shortly after 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 8.
For his part, Víctor Castro Cosío reported that during their meeting they discussed topics of common interest, such as tourism, renewable energy and sanitary protocols around COVID-19: “I was pleased to receive in La Paz the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Ken Salazar,” he shared on social networks.
With information from BCS Noticias.