Good morning! After the gas pipeline conflict between CFE and private operators was resolved, these facilities started to operate again. In fact, in the Texas-Tuxpan pipeline, injection is set to increase to cope with the country’s power thirst. In addition, CFE releases long-term plan to ensure electricity supply in Baja California Sur, that together with […]Continue Reading →
Good news for Mexico’s off-takers! Deacero becomes the first qualified user to operate without the representation of a qualified supplier in the Wholesale Electricity Market (WEM). In addition, Vitol starts the process to commercialize products such as energy, power and CELs in a private platform. THE GREEN EXPO reunited industry leaders last week, where the […]Continue Reading →
Last week, the uncertain landscape clears for the Mexican natural gas industry. After ongoing pipeline infrastructure was put in doubt by President López Obrador, CFE and private players reach a common agreement that rating agencies like Moody’s qualify as positive. On the other hand, CNH proposes new investments in areas that have not been awarded […]Continue Reading →
CENACE last week announced an operational state of emergency on the Yucatan peninsula. Although a day later, the agency clarified that CFE has two transmission lines that could supply additional capacity as a last resort.
AMLO administration officials held another round of talks with Andrés Fusco Clynes, Tamaulipas’ Energy Commissioner, to discuss the latest advancements […]Continue Reading →
In May 2018, the entrant administration published the 2019-2024 National Development Plan. This document positions PEMEX and CFE as the leading axis of the country’s development. Given the reorganization of CFE’s subsidiaries, COFECE warns this modification might represent competition risk for market participants. From the national utility’s side, CFE’s director general announced a bid process […]Continue Reading →
Last week, CFE’s Board of Directors presented the company’s 2018 balance sheet and determined the strategic projects that will be reinforced during this sexennial. The Mexican utility also signed an acceptance certificate with the EPC consortium composed of OHL and SENER to construct a 770MW combined cycle plant. RENGEN offered its in situ generation technology to […]Continue Reading →
Another blackout has hit three states in Southeast Mexico in the past week. The region is connected to the SEN by just one transmission line, threatening the energy system in the event of a failure. Coincidentally, CFE announced an investment of MX$2 billion to strengthen the network, even though two important transmission line auctions have […]Continue Reading →
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, 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 →
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 →