The Mexican energy course is about to be defined in the following weeks. This week, President Commissioner of CNH, Juan Carlos Zepeda presented an early resignation. On the other hand, CRE’s President Commisionner, Guillermo García stated that he will continue leading the regulatory institution until 2023.

Off-takers also highlighted its commitment […]

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After three successful long-term electricity auctions in Mexico, a fourth edition will be postponed so the new administration can execute it. Additionally, the public tenders for the most relevant electricity transmission projects in the country will also be postponed for the 1Q19.

In the international scope, energy leaders are also passing the torch. Robyn […]

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Mexico faces several turnouts regarding the entrance of the new administration. In one hand, with the cancellation of the New International Airport of Mexico City, Fitch Ratings qualified the country’s financial performance with a negative score. On the other hand, MORENA restored CNH and CRE’s technical autonomy by abandoning its initial law proposal at […]

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The power generation household’s name inherited from Thomas Edison is trimming down its intricate conglomerate of several industrial businesses to survive from its growing difficulties to preserve its market dominance. For Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, Professor of International Business in the Brandeis International Business School, the GE Model based on “creating value by actively sharing […]

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The initiative of law proposal of MORENA to subordinate CRE and CNH to the Ministry of Energy is not well received, both by national and international players. Meanwhile Europe aims to produce more hydrogen and batteries and Oxford PV claims to have reached a new world record on solar energy production.

-Electrified already?  Here’s your […]

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On the cusp of a political transition, Mexico’s thriving but infant solar industry is wondering if the sun will continue shining bright on the country’s solar market under President-elect López Obrador’s administration. To provide insight over the future of solar power, Mexico Energy Review and Mexico Business Events invited Héctor Olea, President […]

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MORENA plans to install CRE and CNH into the Ministry of Energy’s spectrum, while BANXICO is worried about energy prices and their effect on the country’s inflation rate. At the international level, BMW and Tesla want to develop more batteries, UK is closer to get an offshore wind farm and Wood Mackenzie sees an “Age […]

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The Mexican Stock Exchange aims to go greener, while financial institutions look at Mexico with skepticism to develop renewable projects. Scotiabank goes greener through Enel Green Power’s Magdalena 2 in Tlaxcala. MIT presents a battery fed with carbon, Chernobyl goes greener and IPCC warns for the need of more renewables to avoid a dangerous future.

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