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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 […]

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Citibanamex is the Mexican subsidiary of Citigroup, an American multinational investment banking and financial services corporation. It has about 200 million customer accounts and is present in 160 countries. Mexico Energy Review 2019 sat down with Salomón Amkie, Vice President, Head of Power and Utilities to get his take on the ever-evolving energy landscape.


Q: […]

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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 […]

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Interview taken from Mexico Energy Review 2018



Q: What is NEXTracker’s strategy to maintain its marketleading position?

A: Although we have achieved a market-leading position two years in a row with a 30 percent global share, we continue to explore ways to lower our costs and improve our value proposition. We […]

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World Forum of Energy Regulators 2018 Inauguration, Cancún, Mexico. Photo Credits: Mexico Business Publishing For the first time since its inception in 2000, the World Forum of Energy Regulators took place in Mexico, choosing the country’s southern city of Cancun, Quintana Roo for its seventh edition. This critical triennial gathering of energy regulators and […]

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Distributed Generation (DG) has a solid future in Mexico because the regulations are not only focused on the present but also on the future, said José Zambrano, Co-Founder and CEO of Galt Energy, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 in Mexico City on Wednesday. “In Mexico, the regulation does not only plan for the […]

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The outreach of Mexico’s Energy Reform is not limited to the liberalization of the country’s oil, gas and electric sectors and fostering a diverse energy mix, including clean and renewable energy sources.

There are also new business opportunities ripe for the taking, like energy trading and distributed generation (DG). Mexico’s energy authorities have made […]

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What if your office building’s glass facade, in addition to letting sunlight in and blinding your co-workers whose working booths face the sun directly, could also help reduce your electric bill?


That is the objective Physee, an Amsterdam-based startup launched in 2014, set for commercial, residential and office buildings. The company combines and […]

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Geothermal to go!

On July 28, 2017 By

When we think about geothermal energy, we may imagine big, steamy and noisy plants that expand throughout several hectares. Indeed, geothermal plants are projects like this, which also need big investments and time to be developed.

High costs are involved in geothermal, says Gerardo Hiriart, Director General of Grupo Enal, “a 100MW [geothermal] project can […]

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Mexico saw a rocky start to 2017 as riots erupted in response to a 20 percent increase in gasoline prices resulting from the elimination of subsidies and the introduction of a new tax (IEPS). Industry experts agree that energy subsidies are no longer sustainable -economically or environmentally- but their elimination must be done carefully to […]

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