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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Clean and renewable energies were the protagonists this past week in Mexico City at the Wind Power Mexico and Solar Power Mexico expos, where the government reiterated its commitment to the energy transition and the industry showed its strength for the future. Internationally, China said it is considering the construction of a solar plant in […]Continue Reading →
ATCO Energía is the supplier of qualified services division of ATCO México. The permit to be a qualified service supplier was awarded by CRE on June 28, 2018, and the company is already setting a strong foothold with its activities.
Q: What sparked ATCO’s interest in becoming a Qualified Services Supplier (QSS) in the Mexican […]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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The new energy reality in Mexico, the innovative financing models and the future of the industry during AMLO’s six-year period were some of the issues analyzed by the panelists present at the Mexico Energy Forum 2019, held on Wednesday at the Sheraton María Isabel Hotel in Mexico City.
The consequence of the cancellation of the […]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 →
AMLO’S NATIONAL ELECTRICITY PROGRAM
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced on Saturday his National Electricity Program, including moves to bolster CFE’s budget in an effort to return Mexico to energy self-sufficiency and the suspension of the fourth long-term electricity auction. “We used to be a self-sufficient country. Now, we have to purchase […]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, […]Continue Reading →
Solar is expected to have a boost in the country as CFE stopped its amparo process for distributed generations projects and ASOLMEX signed a cooperation agreement with the Bajío Energy Cluster. Meanwhile the president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that fuel prices will only increase due to inflation. And, while global investment in renewables decreased, […]Continue Reading →
On June 4, the Ministry of Energy published the 2018-2032 edition of the National Electricity System Development Program (PRODESEN 2018-2032).
This document is released on a yearly basis with the objective of providing an updated status of the National Electricity System (SEN) in terms of power generation, transmission and distribution, as […]Continue Reading →