CENACE last week announced an operational state of emergency on the Yucatan peninsula. Although a day later, the agency clarified that CFE has two transmission lines that could supply additional capacity as a last resort.
AMLO administration officials held another round of talks with Andrés Fusco Clynes, Tamaulipas’ Energy Commissioner, to discuss the latest advancements […]Continue Reading →
In Mexico, CONNUEE announces federal government savings derived from its energy efficiency program, CRE approves CENACE’s methodology to calculate the country’s interconnection financial guarantees, CCE’s president mentions how electricity tariffs should be less volatile and do not reflect inefficiencies in power generation. Meanwhile Engie plans for the future and Enel starts construction of Amistad II. […]Continue Reading →
As CENACE announces the incorporation of 12.4 GW to the grid during 1H19, Francisco Cabeza de Vaca, governor of Tamaulipas, wants to boost energy investments from Texas in Tamaulipas and ASOLMEX aims to duplicate the distributed generation threshold from 0.5 to 1MW. While IPN and CINVESTAV developed a new turbine for residential use, O-Wind won […]Continue Reading →
CENACE accepted 47 purchase and 13 sale power offers for the upcoming mid-term electricity auction. The purchase offers come from four different potential buyers.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, the Spanish solar unit of UAE-based Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, announced the financial closure for a 342W solar park to be built in San Luis […]Continue Reading →