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The Mexican energy course is about to be defined in the following weeks. This week, President Commissioner of CNH, Juan Carlos Zepeda presented an early resignation. On the other hand, CRE’s President Commisionner, Guillermo García stated that he will continue leading the regulatory institution until 2023.

Off-takers also highlighted its commitment […]

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Mexico’s Academia: The Patent Machine

 

The five most innovative patent requests made by the Innovation and Development Coordination (CID) at UNAM were highlighted by Miguel Ángel Margáin, Director General of the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI) last Friday, Apr. 27 during the sixth edition of the Program for the […]

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As the country’s presidential campaigns unfold and candidates Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), José Antonio Meade, Margarita Zavala and Ricardo Anaya set out to convince the Mexican electorate, dissecting each of the presidential hopefuls’ plans for Mexico’s energy sector is in order.

In 2013, Mexico set the stepping stones of an ambitious energy transition […]

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World Forum of Energy Regulators 2018 Inauguration, Cancún, Mexico. Photo Credits: Mexico Business Publishing For the first time since its inception in 2000, the World Forum of Energy Regulators took place in Mexico, choosing the country’s southern city of Cancun, Quintana Roo for its seventh edition. This critical triennial gathering of energy regulators and […]

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CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. The first three editions have cumulated an aggregate 8.9GW of clean energy installed capacity and are expected to pour in US$9 billion in investments.

 

What to Expect

 

“CRE’s message to all interested parties is one of […]

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As the curtain falls on 2017, Mexico Energy Forum 2018 takes a look back at the different milestones Mexico achieved in its renewable and electricity sectors. New regulation approved by CRE, the increase in numbers of the wholesale electricity market participants—including power producers, qualified suppliers and qualified users, long-term electricity auction results, utility scale […]

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Last week came as a shock for everyone who did not foresee the victory of now-President- elect Donald Trump.

The Mexican currency plummeted at a record speed as Trump’s victory seemed unstoppable. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/10/business/dealbook/mexico-peso-dollar-election-trump.html?_r=0

As we woke up the next day we started analyzing the possible outcomes of the election results. As for the energy […]

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In an excerpt from their exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17,  Michael Brower, President & CTO, and Jorge Ochoa, Mexico Country Manager at AWS Truepower share their views about the challenges and opportunities that increasing the share of wind power could bring to Mexico’s electricity transmission infrastructure.

Q: […]

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In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17,  Ingeteam’s  General Manager, Kevin Luis Gutiérrez Treviño, shares the company’s vision about the technologies that will reshape how electricity from renewable sources is generated and integrated into the grid.

Q: Can you mention an example of a […]

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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. […]

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