“Mexico WindPower plays an important role by putting together the key stakeholders in the development of wind farms with the best providers of technology.” – José Navarro
The Mexican energy industry is flourishing. Seemingly immune to the problems faced by the oil and gas industry, renewable energies are increasingly coming to the forefront […]Continue Reading →
On April 30th, President Enrique Peña Nieto sent to Congress a package of eight new laws and reforms to thirteen existing ones. These collectively comprised the long-awaited secondary laws of the Energy Reform. While Congress labors to discuss these amendments to the country’s legislative system, the third edition of the Mexican International Renewable […]Continue Reading →
The Sheraton Maria Isabel’s Independence Room was packed with the luminaries of Mexico’s energy sector on Thursday, February 20 ahead of the Mexico Energy Forum. With the ink having barely dried on the Energy Reform and with the secondary laws eagerly awaited, the Mexico Energy Forum gathered private and public sector leaders across six […]Continue Reading →
This article is drawn from the Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2014, to be released on February 20, at the Mexico Energy Forum 2014 (www.mexicoenergyforum.com).
The metropolitan area of Monterrey, the industrial heartland of Mexico, is formed by nine municipalities. One of these, San Pedro Garza García is not only the richest […]Continue Reading →
After the success experienced by Mexico Wind Power 2013, showing increasing interest and a higher number of participants, the company E.J. Krause de México is organizing the most important event for wind power for the third consecutive year in the country. Now, Mexico Wind Power 2014 will take place the 26th and 27th […]Continue Reading →
During several years, Mexico has pushed for an energy reform that would increase the energy sector’s flexibility, productivity and efficiency in order to become more competitive in an international level. These reforms have been presented to the congress several times before but they were not approved in previous years. Today, the story is different; the […]Continue Reading →
Mexico has been considered as one of the countries with the highest solar energy potential in the world due to its geographical position and the amount of irradiation on its surface. As an example, Mexico’s less irradiated areas have more resources available than the best sites in Germany, a leading country in photovoltaic […]Continue Reading →
During 2012, the price of solar power modules dropped approximately 30% from 2011, a clear sign that incorporating solar energy within the national energy mix is increasingly more accessible.
As one of the countries sitting on the Sun Belt, Mexico’s solar power resource is unique in the world and experts estimate […]Continue Reading →
Since Peña Nieto was declared the new president of Mexico, the country’s energy industries have been eager to know which direction the new administration was going to take in defining its national energy strategy. However, in the last few days, the country is starting receive a bit of information while Peña Nieto tours European capitals, […]Continue Reading →
México es un líder mundial en energía geotérmica, pues ocupa el cuarto lugar en potencial instalado con 958 MW a partir de enero de 2011. Al estar en una zona sumamente fructífera para el desarrollo de energía geotérmica, nuestro aprovechamiento de esta tecnología solamente se puede incrementar.
México tiene cinco campos geotérmicos en distintas zonas […]Continue Reading →