Mexico’s commitment to a green planet was evoked on Friday as it became one of the first countries to submit its national climate plan to the UN, ahead of the climate summit to be held in Paris in December. The strategy that was unveiled is ambitious, with the main goal of reducing emissions […]

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Water for energy; energy for water—as independent sectors and through their inextricable linkages, water and energy are key drivers of economic growth and social development, states the recent UN Report Putting Water and Energy at the Heart of Sustainable Development. This bond underscores the fact that a new holistic approach to manage limited natural resources […]

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The face of the Mexican power sector has been irrevocably changed with the Energy Reform. Without a doubt, the energy industry will serve as an undisputed pillar for Mexico’s economic prosperity. Within this new energy landscape it is important to showcase the prominent presence renewable energies, which will come to represent 35% of […]

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One of the changes brought about by the Energy Reform is the division of CFE’s primordial activities: generation, transmission, distribution, and commercialization. This separation is stated in Transitory Article 4 of the Law of the Electricity Industry and in The Law of the Federal Electricity Commission. The exact number of divisions remains unknown at the […]

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The key players of the wind sector will gather at the 2015 edition of Mexico WindPower, which will take place at Mexico City’s Banamex Center from February 25-26. The exposition and conference planning firm EJ Krauze, and AMDEE are responsible for organizing this annual meeting, whose purpose is to increase the use of […]

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Mexico’s Energy Strategy after the Energy Reform
Presentation: Leonardo Beltran, Undersecretary of Planning and Energy Transition at SENER

Leonardo Beltran began by explaining that following the Energy Reform, the government has a real mandate to achieve a transition toward renewable fuels. In December 2013, the passing of the secondary laws of the Energy Reform […]

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The electricity trade between Mexico and the US goes back to the early 1900s, when privately owned utilities scattered across remote towns on both sides of the border helped meet one another’s demand with a few cross-border low voltage lines. The flow of electricity from Mexico to the US has steadily increased and […]

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In September 2010, Walmart de México y Centroamérica (Walmart Mexico) announced its commitment to have 100% of its energy from renewable sources, reduce its energy intensity, increase its recycling programs, and eliminate water polluting practices. Five years ahead, the multinational can be proud of making a great advancement in this direction, as 51% of its […]

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