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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Bimbo and BBVA Bancomer go green, while Cleantech Challenge selected the greenest upcoming companies in Mexico on its Ninth edition. Enel Green Power connected over 1GW of solar capacity to the Mexican grid. Wood Mackenzie created its new Power and Renewables division, Invenergy secured US$150 million funding for new projects, Statkraft will spend US$1.2 billion […]Continue Reading →
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, […]Continue Reading →
1Q18 is finishing with plenty of energy. Mexico sets a step forward towards its energy transition as CFE’s Fibra E increased its value by 28 percent, while Enel Green Power committed to invest US$95 million in power plants. In the US natural gas is expected to take over renewables in power installation during 2018, while […]Continue Reading →
On March 22, Enel Group inaugurated its 745MW Villanueva PV plant located in Coahuila, which is expected to produce over 1,700GWh of electricity per year. The plant is made up of the Villanueva 1 and Villanueva 3 projects awarded during the first long-term electricity auction that took place in March 2016, and represent […]Continue Reading →
On Oct. 18, Enel Green Power officially announced its entry as a qualified supplier in Mexico’s energy trading sector through its Enel Energía México Subsidiary.
The governments of Colima, MX and California, US, signed a MoU on Oct. 19 during a visit of Colima’s government representatives to California’s governor, […]Continue Reading →
This past weekend, the Mexican beaches of the Gulf of California—also known as the Sea of Cortés—welcomed political leaders from all over the world for the 2012 G20 summit. The most pressing issue discussed at the meetings was the European crisis and the approach that member countries of the E.U. […]Continue Reading →