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CENACE last week announced an operational state of emergency on the Yucatan peninsula. Although a day later, the agency clarified that CFE has two transmission lines that could supply additional capacity as a last resort.

AMLO administration officials held another round of talks with Andrés Fusco Clynes, Tamaulipas’ Energy Commissioner, to discuss the latest advancements […]

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Another blackout has hit three states in Southeast Mexico in the past week. The region is connected to the SEN by just one transmission line, threatening the energy system in the event of a failure. Coincidentally, CFE announced an investment of MX$2 billion to strengthen the network, even though two important transmission line auctions have […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Renewable energies are increasing their presence in the energy mix. According to the IEA, generation through renewable sources increased by 16.7 percent in a year-on-year basis in 2017 in OECD countries. While this is good news in […]

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Mexico Projects

Enel Group inaugurated its 754MW Villanueva PV plant in Coahuila, project that was awarded to the Italian group during the first long-term electricity auction. To get to know more about the plant check out our blog


IEA recognized that Mexico decreased its CO2 emissions by 4 percent in 2017 compared […]

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Mexico Objectives

On Jan. 18, 2018, Mexico officially joined the International Energy Agency (IEA), becoming the 30th member and the first from Latin America. According to the IEA, Mexico’s membership is a cornerstone on the ongoing modernization strategy and commitment with emerging economies. Both Joaquín Coldwell, Mexico’s Minister of Energy, and Faith Birol, IEA’s […]

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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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The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) report on Mexico’s outlook was released on Wednesday 26th, with an interesting perspective on the role renewable energy will play in Mexico’s Power industry and overall economy in 2040.

CENAGAS launched the call for the first open season to assign available capacity of the natural gas pipeline […]

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