ATCO Energía is the supplier of qualified services division of ATCO México. The permit to be a qualified service supplier was awarded by CRE on June 28, 2018, and the company is already setting a strong foothold with its activities.
Q: What sparked ATCO’s interest in becoming a Qualified Services Supplier (QSS) in the Mexican […]Continue Reading →
As part of MORENA’s “Internet for everyone” initiative, CFE published the auction bases for a 50km concession in which national and international companies will be able to participate under specific requirements. The Ministry of Energy published an initiative through the National Commission of Regulatory Improvement (CONAMER) to reorganize CFE’s generation subsidiaries, changing previous competitiveness conditions […]Continue Reading →
Wärtsilä is a Finnish corporation that manufactures and provides services to the marine and energy sectors. The purpose of Wärtsilä is o to enable sustainable societies with smart technology.
Given Mexico’s ambitious 2032 renewable energy goals, baseload plants need to respond to the increasing demand to plug more renewable technologies into […]Continue Reading →
After some uncertainty navigating the sector these past weeks, private investment proves that renewables are here to stay. Yucatan has drafted an agenda to increase wind and solar capacity in the region. ASOLMEX advanced its Ilumínate initiative to bring solar energy to communities without access to electricity while Coca-Cola has made itself an off-taker example […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
This past week in energy was marked by a gathering of industry leaders’ at the Mexico Energy Forum, which took place on Wednesday at the Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel in Mexico City. From Abel Hibert discussing the administration’s plans to comply with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals to CRE officers assuring that the industry has […]Continue Reading →
Citibanamex is the Mexican subsidiary of Citigroup, an American multinational investment banking and financial services corporation. It has about 200 million customer accounts and is present in 160 countries. Mexico Energy Review 2019 sat down with Salomón Amkie, Vice President, Head of Power and Utilities to get his take on the ever-evolving energy landscape.
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