A “silent wave” is washing over the Mexican energy landscape as high electricity tariffs, rising power demand and a sun-drenched geography make distributed generation an attractive and profitable alternative, says Juan Pablo Robert, Chief Marketing Officer at Enlight.
“People often do not realize how many solar panel installments are in their city; they usually think […]Continue Reading →
Last week, after the Senate rejected AMLO’s first proposal for substituting missing commissioners at CRE, President López Obrador resent the same candidate options. As law indicates, an interviewing process between candidates and the Senate took place, where officials determined lack of technical background and expertise and presented an amparo lawsuit against this proposal. Nevertheless, amid […]Continue Reading →
Eight successful editions later, MIREC WEEK returns May 20-22 to provide a general perspective of the clean energy industry in Mexico amid a new landscape of opportunities for every participant along the value chain.
The expo will take place at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. During the three-day event, more than […]Continue Reading →
Last week, renewables saw significant activity across many regions. In the US, the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) was created with the aim of achieving 60GW of corporate renewables by 2025. In addition, a study finds that in 75 percent of American households, electricity powered by renewables is cheaper than that generated by fossil […]Continue Reading →
World Energy Council is the principal network of energy leaders and practitioners worldwide. The organization has a coordinated Secretariat based in London and under the direction of the Secretary General who reports to the Council’s board
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Clean and renewable energies were the protagonists this past week in Mexico City at the Wind Power Mexico and Solar Power Mexico expos, where the government reiterated its commitment to the energy transition and the industry showed its strength for the future. Internationally, China said it is considering the construction of a solar plant in […]Continue Reading →
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 →