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.
by Sara Warden
CENACE published its grid operations tariffs valid for the rest of 2018, which are MX$2.3613 and MX$6.1886 per MWh for generators and charges, respectively. Look at the official document here.
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. This is the first auction managed by CRE, […]Continue Reading →
On August 21 Energy Minister, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, presented the Intelligent Electric Energy Networks Program, which will need an investment of MX$11.6 billion in the coming eight years. The program consists of 10 main projects to be established by CENACE. Coldwell also pointed out that for what is left of this year MX$14.6 […]Continue Reading →
Development Banks will finance renewable energy projects awarded during the long-term electricity auctions in Mexico with a total investment of US$810 million. According to the Minister of Energy three credits have solidified; the first for the wind park “Reynosa II” with a credit of US$330 million coming from Bancomext, NAFIN and Banobras; […]Continue Reading →
Don’t miss out the opportunity to get the energy leaders’ insights on the main trends, developments, and investment opportunities regarding the Mexican energy and sustainability markets.
In 2016, Mexico will finally launch its wholesale electricity market. However, there still are several aspects that remain unclear for current and potential participants. The government worked hard to prepare […]Continue Reading →
In the world of business, identifying and seizing the right opportunities is essential for companies that are determined to succeed. With all the reforms that the country is currently undergoing, Mexico is full of possibilities for those players that are smart enough to spot them. In this regard, one of the most interesting is the […]Continue Reading →
Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016 talks to: Victor Herrera, Managing Director of S&P
If the energy landscape resembled a chessboard, CFE and PEMEX would ultimately hold the roles of the Queens, and as the strongest pieces in the game, they now move unfettered across the black and white milieu. The most renowned credit rating agencies, Standard […]Continue Reading →
The Rise of the Wind Sector
January 12th, 2015, saw the official announcement of investment plans for the wind sector at the eminent Technological Museum of CFE (MUTEC) in the presence of renowned decision makers of the industry. Unprecedented opportunities are arriving to Mexican shores and the wind sector is taking the center stage. […]Continue Reading →
Mexico is certainly rich with diverse customs, cultures, and languages. In recent years it has become evident that recognizing the unique social characteristics of areas eases the process of establishing renewable energy projects. Failure to pay attention to this can easily reduce the most ambitious and strongest of projects into dust. One ambitious project […]Continue Reading →