A “silent wave” is washing over the Mexican energy landscape as high electricity tariffs, rising power demand and a sun-drenched geography make distributed generation an attractive and profitable alternative, says Juan Pablo Robert, Chief Marketing Officer at Enlight.
“People often do not realize how many solar panel installments are in their city; they usually think […]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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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 […]Continue Reading →
A week and a half ago, Mexico City became the second city worldwide to host Women4Climate. Women4Climate is a C40 initiative, a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change. C40’s main purpose is to empower, inspire, influence, drive action and raise awareness among female climate leaders to shape the […]Continue Reading →
Last Tuesday, June 27, Mexico City confirmed the country’s commitment with the fight against climate change by hosting a special presentation of the documentary: From the Ashes. The film, produced by RadicalMedia in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, is a clear statement of the environmental and social issues we are facing […]Continue Reading →
By 1519, the year that the Spanish first arrived in Mexico, the capital city was already one of the largest human settlements in the world, with over 12km2 of extension and more than 200,000 habitants. In addition to the city’s size, the Aztecs surprised their visitors by the orderly and clean streets. As described by […]Continue Reading →
The Valley of Mexico, where Mexico City is located, is surrounded by the presence of two stunning geological formations: the Popocatepetl Volcano and the Iztaccihuatl Mountain. In the antique myths, both places were the protagonist of a love story in where Iztaccihuatl was a beautiful Aztec princess and Popocatepetl a fearless warrior. Nowadays, the volcano […]Continue Reading →
Mexico City is one of the most populated cities in the world. It is home to more than 20 million people, making the fight against climate change a huge challenge for the government. Public transportation is one of biggest producers of CO2 in the city. In 2015, the Mexico City government developed a 15-year plan […]Continue Reading →
“Water is the driving force of all nature,” Leonardo Da Vinci expressed in his Water Theory: On the Origin and Fate of Water, and almost 600 years into the future this statement continues to hold sway. Like the ancient Egyptian empire that rose alongside the banks of the river Nile or the enigmatic […]Continue Reading →