The ninth International Congress for Sustainable Transport, an initiative of CTS EMBARQ Mexico, opened on September 30, 2013. The beginning of the congress was attended by the Executive Director of EMBARQ CTS Mexico, Adriana de Almeida Lobo, Director of EMBARQ , Carlos Mier, the mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Angel Mancera, [...]Continue Reading →
This week, on the 1st and 2nd of October, SolarTech Mexico 2013 took place in Mexico City at the Banamex center. Mexico has become an important place for opportunities in the renewable energy field.
The solar market is attracting the interest of Mexican and foreign investors due to the geographic location of the [...]Continue Reading →
The Consejo Nacional de Industrias Ecológicas (CONIECO) was created in the 90s and it is integrated by a group of entrepreneurs that are part of the Cámara Nacional de la Industria de la Transformación, of the Cámara de Consultoría, Cámara de la Construcción, among others. “We noticed that companies were going to face [...]Continue Reading →
Mexico has developed its green economy and this has not been only because of its potential and natural resources but because the growth of its local expertise and awareness that have work in making this a reality in the Mexican economy. Green Expo, with more than 20 years of experience, has helped in [...]Continue Reading →
The MIREC took place at the hotel Camino Real Polanco from May 29th to May 31st of 2013 gathering the most representative businessman in the renewable energy sector from many different countries. The panels were mostly focused on wind and solar power, with speakers such as Carlos Ortiz the Director General for [...]Continue Reading →
Like every year the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress (MIREC) gathers the key stakeholders of the industry in solar and wind energy. The conferences and debates try to cover the main topics in the sector and create a common knowledge, helping create a network for future growth and understanding. The MIREC has been successful every [...]Continue Reading →
Baja California will host the largest solar park in Latin America. The 30 megawatt project construction is expected to finish by the end of this year.
The Mexican company Gauss Energía, will provide 25 million dollars, while Nacional Financiera and the World Bank will provide 75 million dollars in order to develop the [...]Continue Reading →
This week U.S. president Barack Obama visited Mexico on the 2nd and 3rd of May to meet with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto to discuss the most important topics in the collaboration between countries. In this summit, the most important and controversial points were addressed, including economic cooperation, education competitiveness, energy strategy and [...]Continue Reading →