California, Mexico Sign Clean Energy Pact - Topic A: Energy
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July 7, 2015

California, Mexico Sign Clean Energy Pact

Bloomberg BNA reports that “California and Mexico have signed a bilateral pact aimed at advancing cross-border investments in clean energy.”

“Signed July 29 by California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) and Mexico’s Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquin Coldwell during the governor’s trade visit to Mexico City, the agreement calls for the two governments to work together in developing and deploying renewable energy, biofuels and other clean energy technologies.”

“The agreement also includes a commitment to explore integrating Baja California Norte into the California energy market and to support expanded markets for clean and energy-efficient technologies, including manufacturing and transportation.”

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    9:48 a.m.

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