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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Dissipating lingering fears, current and former CRE officers assured investors that the regulatory entity would not disappear. “For any government, regardless of political inclination, it is essential to have an entity that gives certainty to investors,” said Francisco Salazar, Coordinator at the International Confederation of Regulators and Former President Commissioner of CRE. “There must be […]

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The new energy reality in Mexico, the innovative financing models and the future of the industry during AMLO’s six-year period were some of the issues analyzed by the panelists present at the Mexico Energy Forum 2019, held on Wednesday at the Sheraton María Isabel Hotel in Mexico City.

The consequence of the cancellation of the […]

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The role of the private sector in the development of Mexico’s energy market cannot be understated. Private companies will be essential in the country’s road toward implementing clean energy projects, said Claudio Rodríguez, Head of Mexico City Office at Thompson & Knight, during Mexico Energy Forum 2019 held at the Sheraton Maria Isabel hotel in […]

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CENACE announced the cancellation of the fourth-long term electricity auction this Thursday, Jan. 31. The press release was signed by Alfonso Morcos, the new Director General of CENACE. After three successful editions, the fourth long-term electricity auction promised more renewable power at low prices into the grid. It was originally scheduled to […]

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CFE announced the cancellation of the open tender for the construction of the high voltage DC Ixtepec-Yautepec transmission line this Friday, Jan. 25. In a document signed by the Deputy Director of CFE, Gustavi Salvador, it was argued that a financial analysis confirmed the project was not a priority for the government. In […]

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AMLO’S NATIONAL ELECTRICITY PROGRAM

 

 

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced on Saturday his National Electricity Program, including moves to bolster CFE’s budget in an effort to return Mexico to energy self-sufficiency and the suspension of the fourth long-term electricity auction. “We used to be a self-sufficient country. Now, we have to purchase […]

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