The solar plant that now former Governor Jaime Bonilla broke ground months ago is expected to get cancelled.

State Secretary of the Treasury Marco Moreno said the administration of Governor Marina Avila seeks to cancel the project given the benefits expected for the contracted company.

The Baja California official said the decision was made after the project was analyzed by a group of experts.

“The project as it is does not correspond to the needs of the state in terms of costs,” Moreno said.

The secretary emphasized that besides the costs, time and warranties are not favorable for the state.

Moreno said the state has studied options to avoid paying cancellation costs. The plant was expected to allow the state to obtain energy for the Tijuana aqueduct and reduce energy costs.

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