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Interview with Luis Rubén Gutiérrez, Vice President of Operations PepsiCo Mexico

Q: What have been the most significant accomplishments in terms of green practices and sustainability that have made PepsiCo stand out in the past year? Could you share the facts and figures to highlight this success?

A: PepsiCo México has ingrained a clear and […]

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The deployment of renewable energies has far reaching consequences that go beyond the mitigation of climate change and economic competitiveness. Renewables are altering and lowering market prices for electricity on a global basis, and much of the new capacity has fallen out of the hands of large utilities. The large expanse of market […]

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There is a constant in the electricity industry in the aftermath of the publication of the Law of the Electricity Industry: confusion. Players know there will be clean energy certificates, but they do not know how they work. Likewise, they do not know what criteria will be used when selecting which energy to dispatch. Energy […]

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The Mexican government has shown an interest in developing the country’s geothermal resources, and its commitment has been honored, as Round Cero has concluded timely. Mexico has the fourth largest installed capacity for geothermal energy in the world. In fact, CFE has 874MW installed across Baja California, Michoacan, Puebla, and Baja California Sur. The world’s […]

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Getting off the grid is a major driver for investing in solar energy or any other renewable technologies at the domestic level. For instance, the energy industry and renewable players alike were in an uproar with the arrival of Tesla’s energy storage battery solutions named Powerwall. The promise of easily accessible off-grid […]

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Wind energy has been championed in many countries, such as Mexico, due to its efficiency and clean nature. However, it entails many inconveniences, including the noise made by the blades and the hazard it presents for flying animals. Even though the costs of wind technologies are keep on coming down, this energy source requires […]

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Solar and wind have risen to become the stars of the renewable energy industry, yet there is one word that puts a damper on their progress: intermittency. In Mexico, renewable energy companies are grumbling that certain incentives like green wheeling, capacity recognition, and energy banks have been stripped away; now all hopes are […]

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The key players of the wind sector will gather at the 2015 edition of Mexico WindPower, which will take place at Mexico City’s Banamex Center from February 25-26. The exposition and conference planning firm EJ Krauze, and AMDEE are responsible for organizing this annual meeting, whose purpose is to increase the use of […]

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Mexico’s Energy Strategy after the Energy Reform
Presentation: Leonardo Beltran, Undersecretary of Planning and Energy Transition at SENER

Leonardo Beltran began by explaining that following the Energy Reform, the government has a real mandate to achieve a transition toward renewable fuels. In December 2013, the passing of the secondary laws of the Energy Reform […]

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In September 2010, Walmart de México y Centroamérica (Walmart Mexico) announced its commitment to have 100% of its energy from renewable sources, reduce its energy intensity, increase its recycling programs, and eliminate water polluting practices. Five years ahead, the multinational can be proud of making a great advancement in this direction, as 51% of its […]

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