Two years after its last edition in Quito, Ecuador, the 19th meeting of the Forum of Ministers of the Environment of Latin America and the Caribbean took place from March 11 to 14 at Los Cabos, Baja California, Mexico.

The opening act was presided by Juan José Guerra Abud, Minister of [...]

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Although legal instruments define the treatment of water as a governmental obligation, only a small percentage of the used water in Mexico currently undergoes water treatment processes. The government faces issues such as competence distribution when it comes to water management. Also, the initial investment for a water treatment facility is quite high, [...]

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Centro Banamex was home to the 2014 edition of Mexico Wind Power, an event organized by E.J. Krauze with the support of the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and of the AMDEE (Mexican Association of Wind Energy). After four editions, this congress has positioned itself as the most influencing in the Mexican wind [...]

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The Sheraton Maria Isabel’s Independence Room was packed with the luminaries of Mexico’s energy sector on Thursday, February 20 ahead of the Mexico Energy Forum. With the ink having barely dried on the Energy Reform and with the secondary laws eagerly awaited, the Mexico Energy Forum gathered private and public sector leaders across six [...]

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The Mexican economy has, for decades now, been strongly tied to the US’ economic activities and fluctuates according to its neighbor’s development. The US is Mexico’s most important export market as over 80% of the country’s exports go there yearly. Exports also represent a large part of the national GDP and [...]

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In only two more days, you can be part of the first event that will unite the main leaders of the Mexican Energy and Sustainability industry after the recent approval of the Energy Reform and be sure to check the preliminary program below!

Mexico Energy Forum is the premier event that brings together the [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

For one local company in Monterrey, the near constant use of air conditioning and subsequent crippling energy bills translated into a business opportunity. ESM Industries partnered up [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

Mexico’s energy transition strategy opened many doors for natural gas. This energy source has found its popularity increasing through more industrial applications, such as cogeneration. However, Mexico’s pipeline [...]

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