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 →
The publication of the preliminary interconnection manual for distributed generation (DG) systems released in September has raised concerns in the solar energy industry as the government communicated its intentions to shift from net-metering to a net-billing system.
The penetration of DG systems – those with under 0.5 MW capacity – in the residential, commercial […]Continue Reading →
In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy Review 2017, Santiago Quintal, General Manager of Provoltaje (Chint Mexico), speaks about the company’s ambitions and the added value its wide portfolio brings to the Mexican market.
Q: What attracted Chint to open a subsidiary in Mexico and what will be your strategy to position […]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 →
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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 →
When considering the relationship between renewables and fossil fuel companies, it is unlikely that we would associate them as ‘partners’. However, it is truly possible for these contrasting industries to join forces in a common project, as has been demonstrated by the California-based company GlassPoint. This enterprise, born in Silicon Valley, produces and installs solar […]Continue Reading →
Mexico receives an average of 5.6 hours of sunshine in September and 8.5 hours in March and in total, there are approximately 2,598 sunshine hours in a year. Clearly, Mexico is a very sunny place. It’s too bad that sunshine rays are often used for tanning and heating but rarely used to generate energy.
According to […]Continue Reading →