Cox Energy enters into partnership with Sonnedix

Renewable energy projects to be built and launched in Chile

COX ENERGY MARKETS ELECTRICITY IN SPAIN AND MEXICO

The company sells electrical power to qualified users (with over 1 MW of contracted power) in Mexico and offers self-consumption and distributed generation solutions. In Spain, it sells electricity and energy-efficiency solutions to homeowners, businesses and corporate clients.

Leaders in renewable energies

International presence in Chile, Mexico, Panama and India

Constant growth

The photovoltaic projects total 5,000 MW


International Presence

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Diversified and balanced portfolio in emerging countries with strong development potential.


Cox Energy is present in Latin America, Asia and Africa and Spain.  has offices in Madrid (Corporate), Santiago de Chile, Mexico City, Panama City and New Delhi.



South America

Cox Energy has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Sonnedix to develop and launch renewable energy porojects in Chile with potential to branch out into other South American countries. Both companies have created a platform to generate and sell electricity to the country's free marjet customers.

This important strategic agreement  has given the Spanish company the drive needed to keep growing and expanding its international presence.

Cox Energy has a pipeline of over 2.000 MWp of photovoltaic solar power and wind energy in the country. The Spanish company has been awarded contracts to generate a total of 400 GWh/year after winning two tendering procedures: 254 GWh in August 2016 and over 140 GWh in November 2017.

MEXICO, CENTRAL AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

Cox Energy has projects at different stages of development to install 2.000 MWp.

Cox Energy has been authorised by Mexico's Energy Regulatory Committee to sell electricity to qualified users (with over 1 MW of contracted power) through its company, Cox Energy México Suministrador S.A de CV. It will also launch distributed generation operations and seek authorisation to sell electricity to retailers.

In Panama, the company is developing a pipeline of 120 MWp and has a growing presence in the field of distributed generation.

Asia

Cox Energy has projects in India with a total capacity of 1,200 MWp. The company has signed an agreement with the Waaree Group for the construction and commissioning of photovoltaic power stations in the country, for the distributed generation and commercialisation of electricity.

Africa

Cox Energy has an exclusive agreement with Attijari Finances, the merchant bank that is a subsidiary of the Attijariwafa Bank Group, for the construction and commissioning of photovoltaic projects and the distributed generation and commercialisation of electricity.

BUSINESS LINES



Power Generation



In the area of Power Generation, Cox Energy develops large renewable energy projects in stable and emerging markets, with a high rate of return and capable of competing on price with any source of energy. The company has over 5,000 MWp at different stages of development in Latin America and Asia and is starting to establish itself on the African continent. The Spanish company was awarded a 20-year contract to sell electricity to regulated customers in Chile for a total of 264 GWh per year, after winning the country’s largest ever tender for electric power, which was awarded in August 2016. The estimated investment will exceed 250 million dollars.





Distributed Generation



Cox Energy develops Distributed Generation projects in Latin America for the following sectors: Public, Industrial, Commercial and Residential.



Commercialisation of energy



The Spanish company commercialises energy and self-consumption solutions to residential, commercial and industrial customers.



Sustainability



COX ENERGY’s mission is the production of clean, renewable energy using innovative, sustainable productive processes that respect the environment.

The company, through its professionals, technical teams and experience, develops efficient energies that contribute to improving companies’ costs and competitiveness.