After three successful long-term electricity auctions in Mexico, a fourth edition will be postponed so the new administration can execute it. Additionally, the public tenders for the most relevant electricity transmission projects in the country will also be postponed for the 1Q19.
In the international scope, energy leaders are also passing the torch. Robyn […]Continue Reading →
Mexico finds itself at a crossroads as it embarks on a political transition while it is determined to reach its clean energy goals, combining renewable energy generation, energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. During a networking cocktail organized by Mexico Energy Review and Mexico Business Events and sponsored by Envision and […]Continue Reading →
As CRE grants the first three permits for basic suppliers to get in business, GBM cancelled its participation in Chabacal I and II, TPI Composites extended its contract with GE and Canadian Solar secured financing for its solar park in Aguascalientes. Meanwhile, the world reached 1TW of installed solar and wind capacity, with the second […]Continue Reading →
On May 8 and 9 the main Latin American players creating solutions for a sustainable and cleaner mobility gathered during the first Latin American Mobility Summit in Mexico City. Representatives were present from companies and institutions across the energy industry such as Faurecia, Bosch, Uber, CFE, ENGIE, Continue Reading →
April got off to an energetic start. Major off-takers like Bimbo and Google announced their full renewable commitments and achievements. Lukoil also found green energy attractiveness in Kazakhstan. In Mexico, Ammper began operations in the wholesale electricity market and international companies like Atlas, Prodiel and JinkoSolar set a stronger foothold in their renewable energy projects. […]Continue Reading →
CENACE published its grid operations tariffs valid for the rest of 2018, which are MX$2.3613 and MX$6.1886 per MWh for generators and charges, respectively. Look at the official document here.
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. This is the first auction managed by CRE, […]Continue Reading →
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. The first three editions have cumulated an aggregate 8.9GW of clean energy installed capacity and are expected to pour in US$9 billion in investments.
What to Expect
“CRE’s message to all interested parties is one of […]Continue Reading →