On May 22 CFE’s director announced that the company had MX$350 million allocated to face the 30 hurricanes expected in both the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. And rightly so since heavy rain conditions caused spotted blackouts on Sunday evening in the north of Tamaulipas. As of 12:30 of Monday CFE […]Continue Reading →
On May 16 CFE pointed out that CRE’s recently published distributed generation guidelines directly affect the energy generation company. CFE said these guidelines state that the energy that CFE would receive from distributed generators has to be given back in the same quantity, which does not take generation prices into account. It […]Continue Reading →
CFE reported a decrease in its tariffs for the industrial, commercial and high consumption residential sectors for the month of May. For low consumption, residential tariffs will remain the same during May, making this the 29th month without increases for such a sector.
NEXTracker, announced that up to May 2 it had already […]Continue Reading →
When Mexico’s authorities set out on the ambitious plan of generating 50 percent of its electric power capacity from renewable energy by 2050, it had to engineer the proper mechanism to channel the resources and projects proposed by the private sphere to achieve those goals. In come the long term electric auctions to, as Continue Reading →
On Apr. 27, the Ministry of Energy and CENACE officially launched the call for the Long Term Auction 2017, with the regulatory framework to be published on May 8. As a result of this auction, private entities will for the first time be able to sell services to other entities besides CFE.
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