In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, Francisco Torres, Director General of Veolus speaks about the importance of using attractive financial schemes to help Mexican companies carrying out energy efficiency projects. To learn more about the Mexican electricity industry and Mr.Torres’s experience in the energy efficiency sector, get your copy of Mexico […]Continue Reading →
Some of the major news from last week involve Donald Trump’s first week as President of the United States of America. In case you didn’t catch our expert’s opinion of Trump’s possible effect on the Mexican Energy Industry, click here to read Mexico Energy Review’s Mariana Jimenez blogpost.
On Friday […]Continue Reading →
The major event of the week – for all Mexican economic sectors and beyond – was Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony as the 45th President of the US. The position of the new administration regarding energy policy will have repercussions on both sides of the Bravo River, not all necessarily negative for the Mexican energy sector. […]Continue Reading →
As Donald Trump enters the White House as the 45th President of the United States, renewable energy companies might remember the new president has made clear several times that he is not a strong supporter of renewable technologies or climate change action. The new tenant of the White House has in fact labeled climate change […]Continue Reading →
Mexico saw a rocky start to 2017 as riots erupted in response to a 20 percent increase in gasoline prices resulting from the elimination of subsidies and the introduction of a new tax (IEPS). Industry experts agree that energy subsidies are no longer sustainable -economically or environmentally- but their elimination must be done carefully to […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, César Hernández Ochoa, Deputy Minister of Electricity shares some of the milestones the Energy Reform has reached in the electricity sector and his perspectives about the upcoming years. To learn more about the Mexican electricity industry and Mr. Hernández’s perspectives over the […]Continue Reading →