Baja California will host the largest solar park in Latin America. The 30 megawatt project construction is expected to finish by the end of this year.
The Mexican company Gauss Energía, will provide 25 million dollars, while Nacional Financiera and the World Bank will provide 75 million dollars in order to develop the [...]Continue Reading →
This week U.S. president Barack Obama visited Mexico on the 2nd and 3rd of May to meet with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto to discuss the most important topics in the collaboration between countries. In this summit, the most important and controversial points were addressed, including economic cooperation, education competitiveness, energy strategy and [...]Continue Reading →
The electric sector is an important part of the development of energy projects and to guarantee the energetic security of any country. The 9th Expo Foro Electrico took place at Boca del Rio, Veracruz this past 17th and 18th of April where over 50 expositors attended the event, including companies [...]Continue Reading →
During 2012, the price of solar power modules dropped approximately 30% from 2011, a clear sign that incorporating solar energy within the national energy mix is increasingly more accessible.
As one of the countries sitting on the Sun Belt, Mexico’s solar power resource is unique in the world and experts estimate [...]Continue Reading →
The term ‘green economy’ refers to an economic system based on the human well-being and social equity, aiming for sustainable development. This model aims for development considering environmental care and resource management in order to avoid scarcity risks through economic theory. There is a big factor that differentiates a [...]Continue Reading →
After two days of intense discussions on the future of Mexico’s wind energy industry, most delegates left the conference in a breezy and upbeat mood; feeling like Mexico’s renewable energy sector has taken a great step forward.
After the hydropower sector, the wind power sector in Mexico is the one demonstrating [...]Continue Reading →
Over 300 people gathered today at the Centro Banamex in Mexico City to witness the inauguration of Mexico WindPower 2013, the prime wind energy conference and exhibition in the country.
The inauguration ceremony was hosted by Leopoldo Rodríguez Olivé the President of the Mexican Wind Power Association (AMDEE), Steve Sawyer the Secretary General of the [...]Continue Reading →
With only one week left until inauguration day, Mexico WindPower 2013 promises to be the most complete wind energy event to ever take place in the country.
As heard during a press conference this morning, the organizers of Mexico WindPower 2013 are expecting at least 1,500 professional [...]Continue Reading →
With 280 GW of installed capacity by the end of 2012, wind power is rapidly becoming one of the most interesting and competitive forms of alternative energy. According to a recent report published by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), by 2016, global installed capacity of wind energy [...]Continue Reading →
On Friday, November 30th, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto officially announced the members of his presidential cabinet that will serve throughout his reign. For us, it is especially interesting to analyze who he assigned to manage the country’s energy sector.
During President Felipe Calderón’s administration, Mexico’s energy and sustainability industries saw great advancement, especially in [...]Continue Reading →