From the monthly archives: April 2018

Interview with Francisco Guajardo, Director General of Fronius, taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018

As international companies start to flood de Mexican market, those already here will benefit from having experience and established services directed toward the local market, says Fidel Guajardo, Director General of Fronius. The Austrian global leader in battery charging, welding […]

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Mexico’s energy shift toward a competitive, liberalized and clean energy market has become the bedrock of new power-producing technologies aching to showcase their cost-effectiveness and power output. Blockchain will have an important part to play in using technology to secure the country’s energy transition due to its inherent corruption-inhibitor component, as indicated by the […]

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As 1Q 2018 finishes, things are looking good for green technologies around the world. Vestas’ 8.8MW turbine was installed while GE deploys tools to manufacture its 12MW turbine design. The green bonds’ market issued US$25.8 billion globally and Apple is now 100 percent powered by renewables, while Sweden invested €10.2 million in the development of […]

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Interview with Francisco Carrión, Director General of MARERSA, taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018

Mexico’s Energy Reform brought a wave of opportunities for clean energies, with wind and solar being the champions of the transition. Ranking 13th globally in terms of shoreline length, Mexico has great potential to develop ocean wave power, says […]

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What is Blockchain?


Investopedia defines blockchain as “a decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Constantly growing as ‘completed’ blocks, the most recent transactions are recorded and added to it in chronological order, allowing market participants to keep track of digital currency transactions without central recordkeeping. Each node […]

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April got off to an energetic start. Major off-takers like Bimbo and Google announced their full renewable commitments and achievements. Lukoil also found green energy attractiveness in Kazakhstan. In Mexico, Ammper began operations in the wholesale electricity market and international companies like Atlas, Prodiel and JinkoSolar set a stronger foothold in their renewable energy projects. […]

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Interview with Juan Guichard, CEO of Ammper Energía, taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018

As the Mexican market opens, new business opportunities unfold. Energy consumers want fast and to-the-point answers to their energy requirements, and generators prefer to sell all their energy to one entity instead of dealing with a portfolio of customers, creating […]

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The World Bank’s latest open data numbers show that the world’s urban population represents 54 percent of the total 7.44 billion world population, while the World Health Organization (WHO) projects global urban population to grow 1.63 percent per year between 2020 and 2025. Cities and large megalopolis are facing the […]

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Mexico Goals

According to CFE’s numbers, the productive enterprise of the state interconnected 20,000 homes and businesses that started producing their own electricity using solar energy. With this number, the total amount of CFE’s interconnections raises to 50,000.

The Ministry of Energy published the Natural Gas Storage Public Policy, established by CENACE, where […]

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