Posts by: Esteban Pages

On Nov. 22nd 2017, during Mexico Business Events’ second energy sector-focused Networking Cocktail held at Mexico City’s Four Seasons, NextTracker unveiled its plans for Mexico’s solar market.

In front of the 70 C-level attendees—including project developers, EPC companies and independent power producers—the San Francisco-based solar tracker heavyweight presented its TrueCapture technology and unveiled its […]

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On Oct. 18, Enel Green Power officially announced its entry as a qualified supplier in Mexico’s energy trading sector through its Enel Energía México Subsidiary.


The governments of Colima, MX and California, US, signed a MoU on Oct. 19 during a visit of Colima’s government representatives to California’s governor, […]

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The outreach of Mexico’s Energy Reform is not limited to the liberalization of the country’s oil, gas and electric sectors and fostering a diverse energy mix, including clean and renewable energy sources.

There are also new business opportunities ripe for the taking, like energy trading and distributed generation (DG). Mexico’s energy authorities have made […]

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What if your office building’s glass facade, in addition to letting sunlight in and blinding your co-workers whose working booths face the sun directly, could also help reduce your electric bill?


That is the objective Physee, an Amsterdam-based startup launched in 2014, set for commercial, residential and office buildings. The company combines and […]

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August 17th marked the beginning of NAFTA renegotiations between the US, Canada and Mexico. Robert Lighthizer set the tone for the discussions by prioritizing the reversal of the American trade deficit. The Canadian delegation called for a NAFTA revamp that integrates progressive new chapters in the agreement, such as environmental standards, as well […]

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While long-term electric auctions are fostering renewable energy sources in Mexico’s energy mix, the country’s private sector is also making a point in ensuring renewable energy takes a greater part of its energy consumption. Energy-intensive industries see this as an increasingly attractive option, especially considering CFE’s latest increases in electric tariffs for the industrial […]

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Following its commitment towards mitigating climate change, Mexico adopted the Green bonds practice, promoted throughout climate change related summits like the COP 21 held in 2015, the Paris Agreement and Hangzhou’s G20 summit, both in 2016.




Green bonds are used to finance investments directed towards environmentally-friendly projects. […]

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Mexico’s Energy Reform is generating a significant spillover effect in several parts of the country, mainly where the available resource—be it solar, wind, geothermal or biofuels—is most abundant. This effect adds up to the projects under development launched during the long-term electric auctions.

While numerous projects are under development nationwide, here are a […]

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As the United States is bracing for the incoming impact of President Trump’s exit from the Paris Agreement, other countries are taking matters into their own hands and preaching by example in the battle against climate change.

Such is the case of the understanding between Mexico and Germany. Accepting the invitation made by President Enrique […]

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When Mexico’s authorities set out on the ambitious plan of generating 50 percent of its electric power capacity from renewable energy by 2050, it had to engineer the proper mechanism to channel the resources and projects proposed by the private sphere to achieve those goals. In come the long term electric auctions to, as

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