Posts by: ArturoM

Mexico is a thriving country for energy projects, and as proof we have Enel finishing its 238MW solar park five months ahead of schedule, and Guillermo García, President Commissioner at CRE mentioning that 35 percent of the projects awarded during the first long-term electricity auction are ready to begin construction or even begin operations. Meanwhile, […]

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The second presidential debate revolved around external commerce and investment, border control and the fight against transnational crime and migrant rights. While the energy industry was not explicitly discussed on Sunday night, it is safe to say that some of the comments of the presidential candidates, especially those related to external commerce and investment, could […]

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On May 15 Silvia Garza, Fernando González and Josefa González advisors to the presidential candidates Ricardo Anaya, José Antonio Meade and Andrés Manuel López Obrador, respectively, gathered for the first time to talk about the candidates’ proposals regarding environment, energy and sustainability.

 

 

During the discussion held at ITAM, Fernando González […]

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As the elections are slowly creeping in, both private and public institutions are getting more involved in evaluating the proposals of the presidential candidates. This is shown by a missive signed by the main associations of the Mexican energy industry and sent to the candidates. On May 15 the presidential candidates’ advisors gathered to share […]

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1Q18 is finishing with plenty of energy. Mexico sets a step forward towards its energy transition as CFE’s Fibra E increased its value by 28 percent, while Enel Green Power committed to invest US$95 million in power plants. In the US natural gas is expected to take over renewables in power installation during 2018, while […]

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On May 8 and 9 the main Latin American players creating solutions for a sustainable and cleaner mobility gathered during the first Latin American Mobility Summit in Mexico City. Representatives were present from companies and institutions across the energy industry such as Faurecia, Bosch, Uber, CFE, ENGIE,

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Interview taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018

 

 

Three long-term electricity auctions, a committed investment of US$9 billion, new rules for the third long-term and first midterm auctions and the regulation, policy and vision for the CELs market that is ready for launch are some of the milestones achieved until now by the Energy […]

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Wood announced on May 1 that it will be using the first LiDAR scanning device on two offshore wind turbines at the Hywind wind farm off the coast of Aberdeen, Scotland. The LiDAR devices will help understand wake and turbulence effect from offshore wind turbines, measure turbulent wake spectra and investigate the effect of […]

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May had an energetic kick off. CFE announced that its 2017 utilities were 47 percent higher than the ones of 2016, while Atlas Renewable Energy committed US$600 million of investment for renewable energy projects in Latin America. In the international playground Wood […]

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Interview taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018

Q: What hurdles do wind projects face in Mexico and how is Climatik facilitating the entry of more developments?

CS: The crafting of new regulations is hindering the decisionmaking process of many wind farm project developers. For example, CENACE and the Ministry of Energy are looking to implement […]

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