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Rolls-Royce is a leading provider of cutting-edge technologies that deliver clean, safe and competitive power solutions. The Power Systems product portfolio includes high-speed engines and propulsion systems. The medium speed engines power ships and power-generation applications. Markku Aspholm, Director – Americas (Bergen Engines – Land Power Applications) of Rolls-Royce sat down with Mexico Energy Review […]

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Davos discussions wrapped up last week and this time, climate change was at the top of the agenda. After the COP 21 in 2015, 55 countries that generate 55 percent of the global emissions ratified the Paris Agreement. To date, 184 parties have ratified the Convention. This global collaboration aims to keep global temperature rises […]

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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 […]

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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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The conflict between the Yaqui group and the government of Sonora has been ongoing for six years in what some media outlets have labeled as the first war over water in Mexico. In this case, it is the Yaqui River, one of Sonora’s largest water bodies. The conflict exploded in 2009 when the government of […]

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In an excerpt from his exclusive interview with Mexico Energy & Sustainability Review 2016/17,  Michel Yehuda, Industrial Unit Business Director of Fluke Dominion Mexico, shares his opinion about the relevance that Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have for the Mexican electricity industry.

Q: How have IoT technologies developed in Mexico, and what […]

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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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Imagine, a hijacker manages to gain control of one million smart meters and decides to fake consumption metrics. This would invariably create a mess in the whole country’s energy management. Or even worse, the system could detect the need to deploy more energy or redirect it to other regions, overcharging the substations and transformers, causing […]

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Mexico Energy and Sustainability Review 2015 talks to: Raúl Talán Ramírez, Director General of FIDE

Most countries, including Mexico, have concentrated their efforts on increasing power generation, rather than promoting a better use of existing infrastructure through energy efficiency. Raúl Talán Ramírez, Director General of FIDE aims to turn this around by working tirelessly […]

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