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CFE announced the cancellation of the open tender for the construction of the high voltage DC Ixtepec-Yautepec transmission line this Friday, Jan. 25. In a document signed by the Deputy Director of CFE, Gustavi Salvador, it was argued that a financial analysis confirmed the project was not a priority for the government. In […]

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Nestlé México is part of the Nestlé global nutrition and wellness group. During the last 10 years, it has introduced several efficiency and renewable energy technologies into its processes to reduce its environmental impact and become more competitive. Mexico Energy Review spoke to Juan Carlos Pardo, Shared Value Creation and Sustainability Director to ask him about […]

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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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The realization that Mexico would soon need to rely on outside sources to meet its energy needs was the wake-up call the country needed to reform its energy industries, César Contreras, Advisers’ Coordinator of the Deputy Ministry of Planning and Energy Transition at the Ministry of Energy, told the Mexico Energy Forum 2018 in Mexico […]

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While long-term electric auctions are fostering renewable energy sources in Mexico’s energy mix, the country’s private sector is also making a point in ensuring renewable energy takes a greater part of its energy consumption. Energy-intensive industries see this as an increasingly attractive option, especially considering CFE’s latest increases in electric tariffs for the industrial […]

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The market had been waiting for CFE to define the heads of its subsidiaries and branches since the state-owned company announced its vertical separation into nine subsidiaries and two branch companies in March. The suspense finally ended on September 20 when CFE’s Director General, Jaime Hernández, published the names of the new companies’ directors. All […]

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After a short process carried out by CENACE on the morning of March 29, 11 economic proposals from seven companies were selected as the optimal combination offering the maximum economic surplus to CFE. From the 11 economic proposals, seven corresponded to wind farms and four to solar projects. Only two of the winners are Mexican […]

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When Mexico decided to liberalize its electricity market, it knew it was going to be a titanic enterprise. Probably the biggest challenge of all will be that of transforming CFE into a productive enterprise of the State and ensuring that the market is a fair playing field. CFE has been ruling the Mexican electricity sector […]

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The opening of the Mexican energy sector to private investment has raised the interest of many international actors, including some of the world’s largest energy players. Nonetheless, there are several particularities of the Mexican regulatory and social framework that have raised concerns among international investors. Probably one of the most misunderstood figures are the ejidos, […]

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The opening of the wholesale electricity market is bringing important modifications to the Mexican electricity sector. One of the most relevant changes is the introduction of competitive tariffs for industrial and commercial consumers with aggregated electricity consumption above a stated threshold, currently set at 3MW, which are recognized as qualified users by the Law of […]

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