Posts by: Esteban Pages

Mexico’s energy shift toward a competitive, liberalized and clean energy market has become the bedrock of new power-producing technologies aching to showcase their cost-effectiveness and power output. Blockchain will have an important part to play in using technology to secure the country’s energy transition due to its inherent corruption-inhibitor component, as indicated by the […]

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What is Blockchain?

 

Investopedia defines blockchain as “a decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Constantly growing as ‘completed’ blocks, the most recent transactions are recorded and added to it in chronological order, allowing market participants to keep track of digital currency transactions without central recordkeeping. Each node […]

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The World Bank’s latest open data numbers show that the world’s urban population represents 54 percent of the total 7.44 billion world population, while the World Health Organization (WHO) projects global urban population to grow 1.63 percent per year between 2020 and 2025. Cities and large megalopolis are facing the […]

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As power supply undergoes a global transition from natural monopolies to emerging markets and in some cases within already fully competitive sectors, designing cost-reflective, efficient and user-empowering rates is becoming an increasingly complex task as a wide array of variables come into play. New technologies and efficiency-gaining processes continuously impact cost structures, as does electricity […]

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World Forum of Energy Regulators 2018 Inauguration, Cancún, Mexico. Photo Credits: Mexico Business Publishing For the first time since its inception in 2000, the World Forum of Energy Regulators took place in Mexico, choosing the country’s southern city of Cancun, Quintana Roo for its seventh edition. This critical triennial gathering of energy regulators and […]

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CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. The first three editions have cumulated an aggregate 8.9GW of clean energy installed capacity and are expected to pour in US$9 billion in investments.

 

What to Expect

 

“CRE’s message to all interested parties is one of […]

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At its core, developing a utility-scale wind farm or PV solar park is a financial business. Compartmentalizing risks through every development stage and ensuring long-term profitability is the name of the game. To do so, part of the effort focuses on raising capital and sources abound, from a company’s own financial lung to multilateral institutions […]

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As the curtain falls on 2017, Mexico Energy Forum 2018 takes a look back at the different milestones Mexico achieved in its renewable and electricity sectors. New regulation approved by CRE, the increase in numbers of the wholesale electricity market participants—including power producers, qualified suppliers and qualified users, long-term electricity auction results, utility scale […]

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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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MEXICO

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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