Heineken, Grupo Modelo and Diageo, will invest at least US$120 million in renewable energy projects that are targeted to decrease its energy expenditures by up to 80 percent. The main technologies in which these companies will invest are biogas, wind and solar.
The state of Tamaulipas expects to receive investments of up […]Continue Reading →
During the Forum held on May 30, “La UNAM y los desafíos de la nación”, this year dedicated to sustainable energy systems, experts in energy gathered. They stated that, although there is no one renewable energy source able to replace oil yet, Mexico’s transition toward these kind of technologies is going the right […]Continue Reading →
On May 22 CFE’s director announced that the company had MX$350 million allocated to face the 30 hurricanes expected in both the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. And rightly so since heavy rain conditions caused spotted blackouts on Sunday evening in the north of Tamaulipas. As of 12:30 of Monday CFE […]Continue Reading →
Social management, permit acquisition and industry understanding are consistently recognized by financial institutions, EPC companies and consulting agencies as the key elements that determine the success of an energy project, panelists at the Mexico Energy Forum 2017 said on Wednesday at Mexico City’s Hotel Sheraton Maria Isabel.
“Success factors for energy projects are power […]Continue Reading →
Contributed article by Dominic Pasteiner
The recent blossoming of Mexico’s solar sector is just the starting point for an industry that has all the attributes required to become a leader in national energy generation, a group of industry leaders agreed Wednesday in Mexico City at the Mexico Energy Forum 2017.
“Just 12 months ago several […]Continue Reading →
As the Energy Reform continues evolving, qualified users face an avalanche of options to satisfy their energy consumption requirements, each having its own risks and benefits, which companies now have to evaluate and compare to choose the option that best fits their interests, panelists said on Wednesday at the Mexico Energy Forum 2017 in […]Continue Reading →
As Donald Trump enters the White House as the 45th President of the United States, renewable energy companies might remember the new president has made clear several times that he is not a strong supporter of renewable technologies or climate change action. The new tenant of the White House has in fact labeled climate change […]Continue Reading →
Mexico saw a rocky start to 2017 as riots erupted in response to a 20 percent increase in gasoline prices resulting from the elimination of subsidies and the introduction of a new tax (IEPS). Industry experts agree that energy subsidies are no longer sustainable -economically or environmentally- but their elimination must be done carefully to […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, César Hernández Ochoa, Deputy Minister of Electricity shares some of the milestones the Energy Reform has reached in the electricity sector and his perspectives about the upcoming years. To learn more about the Mexican electricity industry and Mr. Hernández’s perspectives over the […]Continue Reading →