Posts by: Estefania Villavicencio

The National Solar Energy Association (ANES) is a nonprofit organization designed to promote the development of solar energy in Mexico. It is comprised of dozens of companies in the Mexican market.

 

 

Q: What is the main contribution that ANES offers to the solar energy market in Mexico?

A: The National […]

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Last week, President López Obrador put energy at the top of his agenda. On Monday, he announced the results of the public consultation that decided the fate of Huexca’s thermoelectric plant, which was approved by a majority of 59.5 percent. The next day, he met with CRE President Commissioner Guillermo García Alcocer to clear the […]

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Carbon Trust is an independent, expert partner of leading organizations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficiency strategies and commercializing low-carbon technologies

Q: What is your strategy while working with energy-related companies?

A: There are two different points of view when considering environmental […]

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This past weekend, the AMLO administration executed the public consultation that settled the fate of Huexca’s thermoelectric plant. With the participation of 53,532 voters from Puebla, Morelos and Tlaxcala states, the project was approved by a majority of 59.5 percent. President López Obrador has previously said that this facility could power the whole state. But […]

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In his February 11 press conference, President Andres Manuel López Obrador pointed to the “deliberate dismantling” of CFE by regulatory authorities during the last administration. Today, the president went further in his criticism of CRE by announcing that President Commissioner Guillermo García has a “conflict of interests,” which he will provide proof of in the […]

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On February 11, 2019 President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced in a press conference the strategy that the electricity state-owned company will follow the next six years. After the cancellation of the fourth long-term electricity auction and the Ixtepec-Yautepec Transmission Line, the clean energy industry is under a wait and see environment, where policy remains […]

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The Mexican Wind Energy Association (AMDEE), founded in 2005, brings together project developers, manufacturers and service providers to present a united front on common issues before the authorities, society and economic players related to the wind energy sector.The Mexican Wind Energy Association (AMDEE), founded in 2005, brings together project developers, manufacturers and service providers to […]

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This has been a rough week for the clean energy industry in Mexico. Strategic auction processes such as the Ixtepec-Yautepec Transmission Line and the Fourth Long-Term Electricity Auction were cancelled by the government. Meanwhile, CRE faces lags within its regulatory responsibilities due to lack of personnel. The industry is concerned about the further development of […]

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CENACE announced the cancellation of the fourth-long term electricity auction this Thursday, Jan. 31. The press release was signed by Alfonso Morcos, the new Director General of CENACE. After three successful editions, the fourth long-term electricity auction promised more renewable power at low prices into the grid. It was originally scheduled to […]

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Davos discussions wrapped up last week and this time, climate change was at the top of the agenda. After the COP 21 in 2015, 55 countries that generate 55 percent of the global emissions ratified the Paris Agreement. To date, 184 parties have ratified the Convention. This global collaboration aims to keep global temperature rises […]

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