The power generation household’s name inherited from Thomas Edison is trimming down its intricate conglomerate of several industrial businesses to survive from its growing difficulties to preserve its market dominance. For Benjamin Gomes-Casseres, Professor of International Business in the Brandeis International Business School, the GE Model based on “creating value by actively sharing […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, Gustavo Rodríguez, Director General of Vansertec, shares his company’s transition from the IT to the energy sector as well as part of his strategy to offer cost-competitive energy under the new regulatory framework.
Q: As a company that began in the telecommunications industry, […]Continue Reading →
In the Arabic-speaking world, a significant number of newborns are named Noor, a popular unisex name meaning ‘bright’ or ‘light’. Following the trend, Morocco’s government has decided to use the name Noor for one of its most ambitious projects: a 580 MW concentrated solar power plant located on the Moroccan side of the Sahara desert. […]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 →
The opening of the wholesale electricity market is bringing important modifications to the Mexican electricity sector. One of the most relevant changes is the introduction of competitive tariffs for industrial and commercial consumers with aggregated electricity consumption above a stated threshold, currently set at 3MW, which are recognized as qualified users by the Law of […]Continue Reading →
Mexico has made significant advances in its power infrastructure since the inauguration of its first thermoelectric plant in Leon, Guanajuato in 1879. In this sense, the opening of CFE in 1934 was crucial for the development of the electricity infrastructure as it boosted the expansion of the grid to rural communities, which was not an […]Continue Reading →
Apparently, this year, residential customers have something to thank natural gas for: the reduction of the electricity tariffs for the first time in decades. The Ministry of Finance has announced that this year the average price of residential electricity tariffs will decrease by 1.9% in comparison with 2015. In gross values, the electricity price for […]Continue Reading →
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The restructuring of the electricity industry that Mexico is currently undergoing is designed to meet the increase in demand that CFE will be unable to cover alone. In 2014, the total […]Continue Reading →