As the first half of the year is about to finish major companies make major announcements, like Vestas certifying the most powerful offshore wind turbine in the world, and Shell entering into the Cabron Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator. Meanwhile, Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts a good share of renewables in the future. In Mexico CFE […]Continue Reading →
Wind farms and HVDCs raise interest in Mexico. And energy clusters are getting created to help them reach their goals. Meanwhile, a new-low record efficiency is achieved in Switzerland for solar PV, while EU renegotiates its renewable energy production targets.
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The end of 1H18 is approaching, and before it happens the Ministry of Energy launched its 2018 edition of the National Electricity System Development Program. The program is used to showcase the country’s energy demand for the upcoming 15 years, together with the required generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure to cover it. To get to […]Continue Reading →
On June 4, the Ministry of Energy published the 2018-2032 edition of the National Electricity System Development Program (PRODESEN 2018-2032).
This document is released on a yearly basis with the objective of providing an updated status of the National Electricity System (SEN) in terms of power generation, transmission and distribution, as […]Continue Reading →
May ended with companies like Vestas and Soltec securing orders for solar and wind projects. Meanwhile innovative technologies such as waste-to-energy, power-to-gas, batteries, PV greenhouses, residential geothermal and hydrogen experienced a boost in Europe and the US. The wind turbine giant Siemens Gamesa secured a debt package, and LONGi Solar achieved an efficiency record for […]Continue Reading →