- Iberdrola invested 13.5 million pesos to build a deep well for the benefit of communities near its Cuyoaco solar plant.
- This project will supply water to 3,000 people in five communities in Puebla.
Cuyoaco, Puebla, April 15, 2021. ─ Iberdrola México completed the construction of a deep well that will supply drinking water to more than 3,000 people in five communities near its Cuyoaco solar plant, located in the municipality of Cuyoaco in Puebla.
This project required an investment of 13.5 million pesos and will benefit the inhabitants of the towns of Guadalupe Victoria, La Trinidad, Pochinto, Emiliano Zapata and Buena Vista.
“At Iberdrola Mexico, our priority is to safeguard the welfare of the people who live in the communities near our farms. Therefore, with the construction of this well, we are confident that we will be able to ensure a reliable water supply for 3,000 people and improve quality of life in these five locations,” said Martin Diaz, head of Quality, Environment and Social Management for the project.
Construction of this 365-meter deep well began in November 2020 and required studies and drilling, as well as civil and electromechanical works.
This project is in addition to others performed by the company in this state, such as the vehicular bridge located in the Esperanza Ejido and the delivery of computers and furniture for the media classroom of the “Emilio Carranza” high school.
Iberdrola Mexico has been present in Puebla for more than five years and continues to support local economic and social development through measures that improve the environment and quality of life of communities near its facilities.
In addition to the Cuyoaco solar plant, the company operates the PIER and PIER II wind farms in this state.