2013’s Energy Reform marked a turning point for Mexico’s energy sector. Four years after that moment, Mexico can boast more than 20GW clean energy installed capacity, setting out the ambitious goal of 35 percent of its energy coming from clean sources by 2024. Key participants and new arrivals are jockeying for position as Mexico’s third […]Continue Reading →
Worldwide, women represent only 30 percent of the industrial workforce. Even in a more inclusive industry such as clean energy the number goes down to 19. To fight for female presence in the renewables industry, on Apr. 4, 2017 the Women in Mexican Renewable Energy (MERM) association was inaugurated.
Absence of women in engineering […]Continue Reading →
There is good news for investors in Mexico’s energy industry: the government has lengthened its CELs commitment, providing stability over a longer time frame that should bolster confidence.Continue Reading →