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Project developers, turbine manufacturers and governments across the globe have high expectations for off-shore wind energy generation.  This excitement has been greatly motivated by the great resource availability discovered in off-shore sites. On-shore wind project developments have faced regular social turmoil, whereas their off-shore brethren are almost devoid of such issues, [...]

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Centro Banamex was home to the 2014 edition of Mexico Wind Power, an event organized by E.J. Krauze with the support of the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and of the AMDEE (Mexican Association of Wind Energy). After four editions, this congress has positioned itself as the most influencing in the Mexican wind [...]

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The Sheraton Maria Isabel’s Independence Room was packed with the luminaries of Mexico’s energy sector on Thursday, February 20 ahead of the Mexico Energy Forum. With the ink having barely dried on the Energy Reform and with the secondary laws eagerly awaited, the Mexico Energy Forum gathered private and public sector leaders across six [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

Mexico’s energy transition strategy opened many doors for natural gas. This energy source has found its popularity increasing through more industrial applications, such as cogeneration. However, Mexico’s pipeline [...]

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On February 4th 2014, Francisco Rojas Gutierrez abandoned the position of Director General at CFE due to personal reasons and will be substituted by Enrique Ochoa Reza leaving the position of Hydrocarbons Undersecretary at the Energy Ministry (SENER).

Rojas Gutierrez was appointed as the Director General of CFE on the 1st of December [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

The metropolitan area of Monterrey, the industrial heartland of Mexico, is formed by nine municipalities. One of these, San Pedro Garza García is not only the richest [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

Potencia Industrial is not new to technological development, as it came up with the first direct-drive permanent magnet generator wind turbine in the world, which the [...]

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Mexico Wind Power 2014

On January 17, 2014 By

“The wind sector in México is just beginning to really explode. We have at this time almost 2,000 megawatts installed, mainly in Oaxaca. The government is supporting all renewables, especially wind, to have 12,000 megawatts installed by 2020-2022. It is really the beginning of the wind industry in Mexico.” The words of Adrián [...]

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This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).

There is no single recipe that can be certain to strengthen a country’s renewable energy sector. Each country presents particular social, cultural, economic, physical and regulatory [...]

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As solar technology becomes more competitive and with increasing electricity tariffs set by CFE, Mexico’s national utility, solar projects have become more competitive. One of the most important opportunities for solar projects in the residential sector comes when competing with the “DAC” tariff, being over four times more expensive than the subsidized rate. [...]

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