CRE turned 25 years old and it celebrated its anniversary with an event called “A Reflection on the First 25 Years.” During the event, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Minister of Energy, congratulated the regulatory agency for opening Mexico’s energy market to the world, and for improving the local condition of the energy industry with remarkable achievements […]Continue Reading →
MORENA plans to install CRE and CNH into the Ministry of Energy’s spectrum, while BANXICO is worried about energy prices and their effect on the country’s inflation rate. At the international level, BMW and Tesla want to develop more batteries, UK is closer to get an offshore wind farm and Wood Mackenzie sees an “Age […]Continue Reading →
Mexico, the US and Canada finally agreed on their renewed trade agreement USMCA. While Abel Hibert, Chief Advisor of the Economic Transition team of AMLO, stated that the long-term electricity auctions will continue during AMLO’s administration, the Clean Energies in Mexico 2018-2032 study was presented, gathering the voices of several Mexican energy and sustainability associations. […]Continue Reading →
Energy policy-related announcements have increased since AMLO nominated his incoming energy team (to get to know more check out our blog covering AMLO’s nominations and priorities for the energy sector). From CFE’s strong losses and a past-due portfolio to plans on how to make the Productive Enterprise of the State a more social company […]Continue Reading →
President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador announces for priority projects to be implemented during 2019. He also named new heads for the Ministry of Energy and CFE. Also, everything runs smoothly in Laguna Verde after a thorough evaluation from the World Association of Nuclear Operators. Meanwhile, public and private companies make investment and positive results announcements […]Continue Reading →
Solar is expected to have a boost in the country as CFE stopped its amparo process for distributed generations projects and ASOLMEX signed a cooperation agreement with the Bajío Energy Cluster. Meanwhile the president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that fuel prices will only increase due to inflation. And, while global investment in renewables decreased, […]Continue Reading →
Last night, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) was declared the victor in Mexico’s 2018 presidential elections. As President, his policies will be crucial for the economic and productive sectors of Mexico, including the energy industry. Read on to find out the implications of his presidency for the industry.
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As the country’s presidential campaigns unfold and candidates Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), José Antonio Meade, Margarita Zavala and Ricardo Anaya set out to convince the Mexican electorate, dissecting each of the presidential hopefuls’ plans for Mexico’s energy sector is in order.
In 2013, Mexico set the stepping stones of an ambitious energy transition […]Continue Reading →
Some things about Mexico’s 2012 presidential election are strangely reminiscent of the same time back in 2006: an intensive questioning of the transparency of the electoral process and a familiar chant: “Vote by vote, voting booth by voting booth!”
On Sunday, exit polls and preliminary results from the Federal Electoral Institute positioned Enrique […]Continue Reading →
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There are less than 48 hours left until Mexican citizens march off to the voting booths and cast their final vote on who will rule the country for the coming years. While polls position Enrique Peña Nieto, the candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), as the sure winner of what […]