Mexico City is one of the most populated cities in the world. It is home to more than 20 million people, making the fight against climate change a huge challenge for the government. Public transportation is one of biggest producers of CO2 in the city. In 2015, the Mexico City government developed a 15-year plan […]Continue Reading →
Interview with Eduardo Meraz Ateca, Director General of CENACE (National Center of Energy Control)
A: CENACE’s main priority is to ensure the proper functioning of the National Electric System. Secondly, […]Continue Reading →
Mexico’s shift toward a low carbon economy will depend on several policies and laws that will set the standard for the country. One of these instruments is the Law of the Energy Transition, which includes clauses related to energy efficiency and the goals and timeframes of incorporating clean energies in the matrix. This law will […]Continue Reading →
All companies are at the starting line with their eyes trained on the best projects in the market. The race is about to commence and players are paying close attention to the changing legal paradigms. In parallel, they are also measuring themselves against their closest competitors, and what better way to gauge a company’s positioning […]Continue Reading →
This interview forms part of Mexico Energy & Sustainability 2016
Marco Antonio Ribera, Senior Corporate Manager Environment and Safety of Nissan Mexicana
Q: What role does the global automotive industry play in incentivizing the adoption of renewable energies and push forth green practices?
A: The automotive industry involves the use of raw […]Continue Reading →
Interview with Luis Rubén Gutiérrez, Vice President of Operations PepsiCo Mexico
Q: What have been the most significant accomplishments in terms of green practices and sustainability that have made PepsiCo stand out in the past year? Could you share the facts and figures to highlight this success?
A: PepsiCo México has ingrained a clear and […]Continue Reading →
The deployment of renewable energies has far reaching consequences that go beyond the mitigation of climate change and economic competitiveness. Renewables are altering and lowering market prices for electricity on a global basis, and much of the new capacity has fallen out of the hands of large utilities. The large expanse of market […]Continue Reading →
There is a constant in the electricity industry in the aftermath of the publication of the Law of the Electricity Industry: confusion. Players know there will be clean energy certificates, but they do not know how they work. Likewise, they do not know what criteria will be used when selecting which energy to dispatch. Energy […]Continue Reading →
The Mexican government has shown an interest in developing the country’s geothermal resources, and its commitment has been honored, as Round Cero has concluded timely. Mexico has the fourth largest installed capacity for geothermal energy in the world. In fact, CFE has 874MW installed across Baja California, Michoacan, Puebla, and Baja California Sur. The world’s […]Continue Reading →
Getting off the grid is a major driver for investing in solar energy or any other renewable technologies at the domestic level. For instance, the energy industry and renewable players alike were in an uproar with the arrival of Tesla’s energy storage battery solutions named Powerwall. The promise of easily accessible off-grid […]Continue Reading →