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The Mexican Stock Exchange aims to go greener, while financial institutions look at Mexico with skepticism to develop renewable projects. Scotiabank goes greener through Enel Green Power’s Magdalena 2 in Tlaxcala. MIT presents a battery fed with carbon, Chernobyl goes greener and IPCC warns for the need of more renewables to avoid a dangerous future.

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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. […]

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Mexico is a thriving country for energy projects, and as proof we have Enel finishing its 238MW solar park five months ahead of schedule, and Guillermo García, President Commissioner at CRE mentioning that 35 percent of the projects awarded during the first long-term electricity auction are ready to begin construction or even begin operations. Meanwhile, […]

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Mexico

Riverstone allocated a CKD at the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores with a total value of MX$8 billion, out of which the first emission will be of MX$1.6 billion, and will be used for the development of renewable energy projects in the country. This comes two weeks after the third long-term electricity auction took […]

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Mexico

On July 3 was announced that Generadora Fénix, an association between the Mexican Electrician’s Union and Mota-Engil, would be the seller of the energy produced with the leachate coming from Bordo Poniente. The total of the energy will be sold to Mexico City for public lightning at MX$2.1 per kW/h.

OECD reported that […]

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Mexico

On May 7, 2017 companies like México Infrastructure Partners, Thermion and Balam Fund announced their interest in creating more CKDs during the upcoming months to support renewable energy projects in Mexico.

On May 8, 2017 SENER and CENACE presented […]

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