back to article US, Canada, Mexico ponder some sort of chip supply collab

The US, Mexico, and Canada have renewed talks on semiconductor manufacturing supply chains during the North American Leaders Summit (NALS) in Mexico City which kicks off today. In a fact sheet, the White House laid out a trilateral partnership that would see the three countries work together to address several challenges …

  1. jmch Silver badge


    " The US and Canadian leaders have taken issue with López Obrador's decision to prioritize its struggling state energy companies, which remain heavily reliant on fossil fuels. "

    Strange, I would have thought that Mexico is a prime candidate for solar on a massive scale - The combination of tropical + high-altitude means very high efficiencies can be achieved since the sun is close to overhead all year round and there's less of the pesky atmosphere in the way. So ROI should be extremely high.

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