CENACE published its grid operations tariffs valid for the rest of 2018, which are MX$2.3613 and MX$6.1886 per MWh for generators and charges, respectively. Look at the official document here.
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. This is the first auction managed by CRE, […]Continue Reading →
This is the second of two blogs related to the Women4Climate event that took place on Feb. 26 in Mexico City. To get to know more about this international movement and the role of women in counteracting the effects of climate change, read our previous blog.
The Women4Climate event in Mexico City created […]Continue Reading →
On Monday, March 5, 2018, CENACE published the official results of first mid-term electricity auction in Mexico. This process was designed for suppliers of basic services to acquire both power and electricity to be consumed by basic users. By acquiring these services in advance, suppliers of basic services are able to reduce or even […]Continue Reading →
Three development banks, KfW IPEX, ING and Bancomext are extending a US$209 million loan for a 300MW solar park in San Luis Potosi to be developed by Fotowatio Renewable Ventures.
Guanajuato’s governor announced Iberdrola’s intentions to build a 105MW wind farm in the state with an expected investment of US$160 million, […]Continue Reading →
A week and a half ago, Mexico City became the second city worldwide to host Women4Climate. Women4Climate is a C40 initiative, a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40’s main purpose is to empower, inspire, influence, drive action and raise awareness among female climate leaders to shape the […]Continue Reading →
Telmex decided to enter into the distributed generation area, offering its clients to pay for the installation of PV panels with a credit that is paid on its customers telephone bills. This service will be offered to the clients who pay over MX$2,500 on their electricity bill, which comes every two months.
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On Jan. 18, 2018, Mexico officially joined the International Energy Agency (IEA), becoming the 30th member and the first from Latin America. According to the IEA, Mexico’s membership is a cornerstone on the ongoing modernization strategy and commitment with emerging economies. Both Joaquín Coldwell, Mexico’s Minister of Energy, and Faith Birol, IEA’s […]Continue Reading →
Francisco Estrada, Protections, Communications and Control Coordinator at CFE Tansmisión, discussed the future objectives of the company during the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 at Mexico City’s Hotel Sheraton Maria Isabel on Wednesday, saying that creating a level playing field would play a central role.
Worldwide, the objective of transmission companies is to transmit electricity […]Continue Reading →
Distributed Generation (DG) has a solid future in Mexico because the regulations are not only focused on the present but also on the future, said José Zambrano, Co-Founder and CEO of Galt Energy, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 in Mexico City on Wednesday. “In Mexico, the regulation does not only plan for the […]Continue Reading →
The realization that Mexico would soon need to rely on outside sources to meet its energy needs was the wake-up call the country needed to reform its energy industries, César Contreras, Advisers’ Coordinator of the Deputy Ministry of Planning and Energy Transition at the Ministry of Energy, told the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 in Mexico […]Continue Reading →