SPIC-Zuma Energía includes communities and partners in its strategy to achieve a more sustainable future

1. Companies in Mexico have the challenge of safeguarding the integrity of their employees and the environment in which they operate.

2. The effective implementation of HSEQ measures ensures the long-term success of sustainable projects.

3. Through the comprehensive management plan, SPIC-Zuma Energía reduces the energy poverty gap, improves basic infrastructure, and improves local economies.

25, 2024 - Ciudad de México - por Administrador

Mexico City, March 22, 2024.- The culture of HSEQ (Health, Safety, Environment, and Quality) risk prevention in companies has undergone a significant change in recent years; As they recognize the importance of safeguarding the integrity of their employees and the environment in which they operate, they have begun to adopt processes in terms of occupational safety and environmental responsibility.


In the renewable energy sector, the effective implementation of HSEQ measures is essential to ensure the long-term success of projects and promote true sustainable development. SPIC-Zuma Energía, the second private generator of renewable energy in Mexico, shares the main actions carried out in plants and corporations to ensure safety, protect health, preserve the environment, stimulate economic development, and encourage community participation.


Alberto Robles, Director of HSEQ at SPIC-Zuma Energía, stated that "the company's sustainable goals go beyond the generation of clean energy; They also seek to make a positive impact on the communities and families of each employee." The 6 solar plants and 2 wind farms, which currently generate 1.3GW of installed capacity in Mexico, have a comprehensive management plan that includes social investment, dialogue mechanisms, support lines, and attention to complaints. They also have social liaison staff, who are the company's direct contact with the communities where they are present.


Since it arrived in 2020, the leading renewable energy company has aligned itself with six of the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, namely, health and well-being; quality education; affordable and clean energy; decent work and economic growth; actions for climate change and life on land.


It is important to note that the company's social actions are divided into four axes: capacity building, improvement of basic infrastructure, actions against energy poverty, and support for local health services. At the national level, 25 community health workshops have been held to help prevent diseases promptly and maintain good general health of the population, as well as 58 educational workshops in the states where they operate.


-Zuma Energía has worked to promote the health, safety, and well-being of employees in states and areas where social and geographical conditions present latent risks. Through emergency lines and direct contact with authorities, the company's employees have improved their quality of life, providing peace of mind to their families.


Another part of SPIC-Zuma Energía's sustainability strategy includes renewable energy training programs through partnerships with academia, educational centers, and community associations. These programs offer participants a real approach to the sector at different educational levels, from basic to higher education.


David Yang, Chairman of SPIC-Zuma Energy, said: "We strongly believe that long-term success is intrinsically linked to corporate responsibility and a commitment to excellence in HSEQ. We will continue to work tirelessly to improve our practices and contribute positively to the well-being of present and future generations."


In addition to prioritizing and investing in accident prevention and occupational health campaigns, the programs implemented by the company reduce the energy poverty gap, improve basic infrastructure, and contribute to the improvement of local economies. In collaboration with local associations, donations of equipment have been made to firefighters, recovery of public spaces, installation of lighting services in areas with high crime rates, and promotion of economic autonomy, among others.


Almost years after arriving in Mexico and with a firm long-term commitment to our country's energy transition, SPIC-Zuma Energía is clear that ensuring a healthy operating environment is a main part of its strategy to achieve a greener and more sustainable future.



About SPIC-Zuma Energía


State Power Investment Corporation (SPIC) is the largest power generator in China, and the global leading investor and IPP of clean energy. Its installed capacity totals close to 250 GW worldwide, and its investments, operations, and services cover more than 47 countries, with a team of more than 130 thousand employees. In Mexico, SPIC acquired Zuma Energía in 2020. Currently, we have an installed capacity of 1.3 GW in five states. Our portfolio of services and solutions includes renewable generation, smart energy, electric vehicle solutions, battery energy storage systems, and colorful solar panels.