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In Mexico, CONNUEE announces federal government savings derived from its energy efficiency program, CRE approves CENACE’s methodology to calculate the country’s interconnection financial guarantees, CCE’s president mentions how electricity tariffs should be less volatile and do not reflect inefficiencies in power generation. Meanwhile Engie plans for the future and Enel starts construction of Amistad II. […]

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As Acciona’s wind farm El Cortijo became the first renewable energy facility to start commercial activities in Mexico´s WEM, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Minister of Energy, inaugurated a Microalgae Production and Sustainable Energy Laboratory in Tabasco and CENACE published its operations’ tariffs for the 2H18. Meanwhile, California boosts the usage of behind-the-meter batteries, tidal energy scales […]

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Mexico and Zuma Energía set a new wind energy milestone for the energy transition. Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, incumbent Minister of Energy, met with Rocío Nahle, incoming Minister of Energy, who also met with Rick Perry, US Minister of Energy. Siemens is also interested in supporting the Mexican energy transition, while Vestas warns that costs may […]

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Energy policy-related announcements have increased since AMLO nominated his incoming energy team (to get to know more check out our blog covering AMLO’s nominations and priorities for the energy sector). From CFE’s strong losses and a past-due portfolio to plans on how to make the Productive Enterprise of the State a more social company […]

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Topolobampo and Mazatlán pipeline operations is set to start operations in July, while GES announces the beginning of construction activities for a 244MW wind farm in Sept. Mexico also made a big leap to position 12 in the International Energy Efficiency Scorecard. Meanwhile, Gas Natural Fenosa changes name to Naturgy, GE focuses on aviation and […]

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May ended with companies like Vestas and Soltec securing orders for solar and wind projects. Meanwhile innovative technologies such as waste-to-energy, power-to-gas, batteries, PV greenhouses, residential geothermal and hydrogen experienced a boost in Europe and the US. The wind turbine giant Siemens Gamesa secured a debt package, and LONGi Solar achieved an efficiency record for […]

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According to information from the Ministry of Finance, CFE had an economic deficit of MX$4 billion in its activities from January to October 2017. In the same period of 2016, the company reported a surplus of MX$10 billion.

Infraestructura Energética del Norte announced its plans to invest US$43 million for the construction […]

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SEMARNAT recently granted environmental impact permits for the construction of the San Ignacio solar park to be located in Yucatán. It is expected that the project will require an investment of US$34.2 million to reach a nominal capacity of 19.76MW. This solar park is one of the nine assigned projects to the state […]

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Most people will agree that renewables are marvelous as they provide power in a clean and economical way. Nonetheless, most renewable sources also present a drawback that holds them back from becoming the number one energy producers: they are intermittent. Wind and sunlight are cheap and widely available, but it is not possible to control […]

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