When it comes to social impact, money does not always talk. Sometimes the most overlooked step is to listen, Alfonso Caso, Director General of ANAF Energy, told the audience at Mexico Energy Forum 2018 on Wednesday in Mexico City. “We need to build relationships not buy consent,” he cautioned.
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The panelists at the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 on Wednesday in Mexico City agreed that there cannot be a healthy energy trading market without access to financing. According to Hans-Joachim Kohlsdorf, Managing Partner at Energy to Market, this is the single greatest problem he has encountered in Mexico. “The regulators and institutions have done a […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17, Alion’s President and CEO Mark Kingsley reveals the reasons for innovative solar technology’s success in hostile environments and details plans of Alion’s expansion into the Mexican market.
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This is an exclusive preview of the 2015/16 edition of Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review. If you want to get all the information, plus other relevant insights regarding this industry, get your copy of Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2015/16.
Mexico City was not always the concrete jungle that it is today. During the reign of the Aztecs, […]Continue Reading →
Mexico City is a veritable hub of activity, and its expanse of almost 1.5 km2 means that it can be difficult to travel from one end of the city to another with relative ease. As a result, many commuters place importance in car use, meaning that the roads have become choked with vehicles, with over […]Continue Reading →
The Energy Mexico 2016 Oil Gas Power event took place in Mexico City from January 26-28. We hope you learned as much as we did and were able to enjoy some of the lovely Dutch waffles at our stand in the exhibition room!
In case you missed some of the talks or could not […]Continue Reading →
From May to October each year, the streets of Mexico City overflow. The heavens open up at precisely 4pm each day and the torrent of water unleashed from the somber sky drenches all in its path, trickling through the fractured concrete and overwhelming the capacity of the drainage systems to form a collection of veritable […]Continue Reading →
The cost of solar power is steadily decreasing, with a recent study conducted by the University of Oxford, UK, claiming that costs of the technology has seen a 10% drop year-on-year since 1980. The study compared three types of power generation – coal, nuclear, and PV. Conversely, the researchers found that “while coal plant […]Continue Reading →
In a report released by the World Resources Institute, Katherine Ross and Thomas Damassa disseminate the clean energy commitments of eight countries that are responsible for over 65% of the world’s primary energy demand: Brazil, China, the European Union, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, and the US. Mexico’s pledge to increase clean energy participation in […]Continue Reading →
On December 25, 2015, the Law of the Energy Transition (LTE) became effective after its approval by the Chamber of Deputies, with conditions regarding Clean Energy Certificates (CELs), clean energy targets, and the incorporation of renewable energy sources into the grid. The LTE complements the Law of the Electricity Industry in a strengthened framework […]Continue Reading →