World Energy Council is the principal network of energy leaders and practitioners worldwide. The organization has a coordinated Secretariat based in London and under the direction of the Secretary General who reports to the Council’s board
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This past week in energy was marked by a gathering of industry leaders’ at the Mexico Energy Forum, which took place on Wednesday at the Sheraton Maria Isabel Hotel in Mexico City. From Abel Hibert discussing the administration’s plans to comply with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals to CRE officers assuring that the industry has […]Continue Reading →
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.
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CENACE announced the cancellation of the fourth-long term electricity auction this Thursday, Jan. 31. The press release was signed by Alfonso Morcos, the new Director General of CENACE. After three successful editions, the fourth long-term electricity auction promised more renewable power at low prices into the grid. It was originally scheduled to […]Continue Reading →
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting started this week. This yearly gathering brings together the top leaders from around the world for four days in Davos, Switzerland to discuss the most pressing issues that threaten the world’s economies. Numerous initiatives have been launched in Davos such as the System Initiative on Shaping the Future […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Today, the preliminary agreement between the US and Mexico in the long discussed NAFTA renegotiation marked a historic moment as a new tone of understanding and collaboration between both countries was set.
During a press conference held in the White House between Donald Trump, President of the US, and Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico, […]
by Arturo Mora
As the country’s presidential campaigns unfold and candidates Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), José Antonio Meade, Margarita Zavala and Ricardo Anaya set out to convince the Mexican electorate, dissecting each of the presidential hopefuls’ plans for Mexico’s energy sector is in order.
In 2013, Mexico set the stepping stones of an ambitious energy transition […]Continue Reading →
As the curtain falls on 2017, Mexico Energy Forum 2018 takes a look back at the different milestones Mexico achieved in its renewable and electricity sectors. New regulation approved by CRE, the increase in numbers of the wholesale electricity market participants—including power producers, qualified suppliers and qualified users, long-term electricity auction results, utility scale […]Continue Reading →
August 17th marked the beginning of NAFTA renegotiations between the US, Canada and Mexico. Robert Lighthizer set the tone for the discussions by prioritizing the reversal of the American trade deficit. The Canadian delegation called for a NAFTA revamp that integrates progressive new chapters in the agreement, such as environmental standards, as well […]Continue Reading →