Posts by: ArturoM

As CENACE announces the incorporation of 12.4 GW to the grid during 1H19, Francisco Cabeza de Vaca, governor of Tamaulipas, wants to boost energy investments from Texas in Tamaulipas and ASOLMEX aims to duplicate the distributed generation threshold from 0.5 to 1MW. While IPN and CINVESTAV developed a new turbine for residential use, O-Wind won […]

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As Acciona’s wind farm El Cortijo became the first renewable energy facility to start commercial activities in Mexico´s WEM, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Minister of Energy, inaugurated a Microalgae Production and Sustainable Energy Laboratory in Tabasco and CENACE published its operations’ tariffs for the 2H18. Meanwhile, California boosts the usage of behind-the-meter batteries, tidal energy scales […]

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On August 29, Mexico Energy Review along with Mexico Business Review and Mexico Business Events had the pleasure to welcome their exclusive guests to a special evening sponsored by Thermion. The theme of the night was Preparing for the Future of Energy… Right Now. The networking cocktail gave the intensive energy […]

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Iberdrola has big plans for its Mexican project portfolio. Bancomext will finance Atlas Renewables’ solar park in Hidalgo, while AMLO’s energy transition team has already settled 110 targets for its initial agenda. In the international scene, oil and gas companies go greener together with tech and social giants. California wants to go fully renewable by […]

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Today, the preliminary agreement between the US and Mexico in the long discussed NAFTA renegotiation marked a historic moment as a new tone of understanding and collaboration between both countries was set.

During a press conference held in the White House between Donald Trump, President of the US, and Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico, […]

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The World Energy Council, CFE and the Ministry of Energy signed a MoU that will boost Mexican human capital. During the participation of Christoph Frei’s, Secretary General and CEO of WEC, in a series of conferences in Mexico City, Mexico Energy Review had the opportunity to interview him and discuss relevant aspects of Mexico’s energy […]

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Mexico and Zuma Energía set a new wind energy milestone for the energy transition. Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, incumbent Minister of Energy, met with Rocío Nahle, incoming Minister of Energy, who also met with Rick Perry, US Minister of Energy. Siemens is also interested in supporting the Mexican energy transition, while Vestas warns that costs may […]

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As CRE grants the first three permits for basic suppliers to get in business, GBM cancelled its participation in Chabacal I and II, TPI Composites extended its contract with GE and Canadian Solar secured financing for its solar park in Aguascalientes. Meanwhile, the world reached 1TW of installed solar and wind capacity, with the second […]

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Energy policy-related announcements have increased since AMLO nominated his incoming energy team (to get to know more check out our blog covering AMLO’s nominations and priorities for the energy sector). From CFE’s strong losses and a past-due portfolio to plans on how to make the Productive Enterprise of the State a more social company […]

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President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador announces for priority projects to be implemented during 2019. He also named new heads for the Ministry of Energy and CFE. Also, everything runs smoothly in Laguna Verde after a thorough evaluation from the World Association of Nuclear Operators. Meanwhile, public and private companies make investment and positive results announcements […]

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