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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 […]

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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 […]

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On August 21 Energy Minister, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, presented the Intelligent Electric Energy Networks Program, which will need an investment of MX$11.6 billion in the coming eight years. The program consists of 10 main projects to be established by CENACE. Coldwell also pointed out that for what is left of this year MX$14.6 […]

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Hydroelectric energy has played an important role in the national electric system since the early days of power generation in Mexico. In 2014, hydropower accounted for nearly 20% of the electricity generated, strengthening its position as the most important renewable energy source in the country. Last year, however, the amount of electricity generated from hydroelectric […]

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