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Another blackout has hit three states in Southeast Mexico in the past week. The region is connected to the SEN by just one transmission line, threatening the energy system in the event of a failure. Coincidentally, CFE announced an investment of MX$2 billion to strengthen the network, even though two important transmission line auctions have […]

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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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As the end of 2017 is slowly approaching, it is time to take a look into the future. The best way to do it is to take another look at PRODESEN 2017-2031 and see what this development plan has prepared for the Mexican energy industry. This is the second of two blogs about this […]

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The National Electric System Development Program, or PRODESEN, is the main tool to plan and design the electric infrastructure Mexico will need to cover its energy demand, on a 15-year period, following the country’s objectives of efficiency, quality and reliability of the National Energy System, or SEN, as well as its commitment with the […]

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In the world of business, identifying and seizing the right opportunities is essential for companies that are determined to succeed. With all the reforms that the country is currently undergoing, Mexico is full of possibilities for those players that are smart enough to spot them. In this regard, one of the most interesting is the […]

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Not so long ago, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec became crowded with wind projects. The natural resources in this region were seen as an opportunity that had to be seized, but there was a significant issue every player pointed out: the lack of transmission infrastructure. The Ministry of Energy and CRE came up with the Open […]

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Mexico Energy and Sustainability Review 2016 talks to: Eduardo Meraz Ateca, Director General of CENACE (National Center of Energy Control)

Q: What are the new roles of CENACE, and how will these affect the regulator’s relationship with the Ministry of Energy, CRE, and CFE?

A: CENACE’s main priority is to ensure the proper functioning of the […]

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There is a constant in the electricity industry in the aftermath of the publication of the Law of the Electricity Industry: confusion. Players know there will be clean energy certificates, but they do not know how they work. Likewise, they do not know what criteria will be used when selecting which energy to dispatch. Energy […]

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