The Mexican Stock Exchange aims to go greener, while financial institutions look at Mexico with skepticism to develop renewable projects. Scotiabank goes greener through Enel Green Power’s Magdalena 2 in Tlaxcala. MIT presents a battery fed with carbon, Chernobyl goes greener and IPCC warns for the need of more renewables to avoid a dangerous future.
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Today, the preliminary agreement between the US and Mexico in the long discussed NAFTA renegotiation marked a historic moment as a new tone of understanding and collaboration between both countries was set.
During a press conference held in the White House between Donald Trump, President of the US, and Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico, […]Continue Reading →
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May had an energetic kick off. CFE announced that its 2017 utilities were 47 percent higher than the ones of 2016, while Atlas Renewable Energy committed US$600 million of investment for renewable energy projects in Latin America. In the international playground Wood […]Continue Reading →
The Ministry of Energy presented further details for the Mexicali-Hermosillo HVDC line, with a longitude of 1,400km and a transmission capacity of 1.5GW. The Ministry expects an investment of US$1.1 billion, and the tender process expects to have a winner by Sep. 14, 2018. As of now, 45 companies from seven countries presented […]Continue Reading →
Montserrat Ramiro, commissioner at CRE, was designated by OCDE as the president of the Network of Economic Regulators for the 2018 period.
CFE announced its intentions to allocate its first FibraE with a total value of MX$17.6 billion on Feb. 7. This announcement comes almost one month after the company made its […]Continue Reading →
A new organic statute got published in the DOF (Official Journal of the Federation), providing CFE Distribución with a legal personality and own capital as an EPS (Subsidiary Productive Enterprise).
The Sustainable Development Special Commission of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies proposed to modify Mexico’s Income Tax Law for physical individuals, allowing them […]Continue Reading →
SEMARNAT recently granted environmental impact permits for the construction of the San Ignacio solar park to be located in Yucatán. It is expected that the project will require an investment of US$34.2 million to reach a nominal capacity of 19.76MW. This solar park is one of the nine assigned projects to the state […]Continue Reading →
On Nov. 22 the official results of the third long-term electricity auction were published, just a week after it took place. As results of this last auction, 15 new clean energy plants will be built (nine solar, five wind and one of turbogas) adding up 2,562MWs of energy to the National Electric […]Continue Reading →
In spite of rising negative rhetoric, Mexico and the US continue strengthening the commercial relations they have established in the past decades, particularly after signing the NAFTA. Energy is one of the areas in which both countries seem to share a particular interest, which has been boosted after Mexico decided to liberalize its energy market […]Continue Reading →