Mexico City’s iconic green Volkswagen Beetle taxi cabs will be gone by the end of this year. On occasion, you can still spot one or two zooming down the street but since the beginning of the 1990’s, the beetles have slowly been replaced with more efficient models that will never be as charming but pollute [...]Continue Reading →
A couple of decades ago, renewable energies began gaining popularity on a global level and the premise of this was based on producing energy by taking advantage of our readily available natural resources which also happen to be entirely infinite. With this in mind, Mexico’s potential to exploit renewable energy resources is never-ending. At the [...]Continue Reading →
Only 5 days left for the Mexico International Renewable Energy Congress (MIREC) 2012!!!
What can we expect from the conference? Probably a bit of everything including very interesting discussions, motivated speakers and key industry players that have a lot to share regarding Mexico’s rapidly growing and evolving renewable energy sector.
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Sólo dos años han pasado desde que México fue anfitrión de la Conferencia de Cambio Climático 2010 (COP16) de la ONU en Cancún, donde la mayoría de los delegados salieron de la conferencia con buen ánimo, y sentían que el mundo había dado al menos un modesto paso hacia delante. Sin embargo, ciertos [...]Continue Reading →
On August 13 of the year 1521, the city of Mexico-Tenochtitlan (what is now known as Mexico City) was conquered by Spain at the hands of Hernán Cortés’ army. Today, nearly 500 years have passed and Mexico is now an independent nation but Spanish involvement in the country’s industrial sector is still present and [...]Continue Reading →