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Enel Green Power Mexico installs its first bifacial module at the Magdalena II power facility.  This 220MW solar plant is located in Tlaxcala and will supply energy to the Wholesale Electricity Market. According to Enel Director General Paolo Romanacci, the country remains attractive for investment. The Spanish giant, Iberdrola, agrees. It has stated its commitment […]

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CFE is and will remain Mexico’s leading electricity supplier. Nevertheless, some of the most strategic projects of the former administration such as the fourth long-term electricity auction and the Ixtepec-Yautepec Transmission Line have been cancelled. Uncertainty governs the sector, while the industry awaits further plans. In the meantime, the financial sector advocates for continuity by fostering […]

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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 […]

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As Acciona’s wind farm El Cortijo became the first renewable energy facility to start commercial activities in Mexico´s WEM, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, Minister of Energy, inaugurated a Microalgae Production and Sustainable Energy Laboratory in Tabasco and CENACE published its operations’ tariffs for the 2H18. Meanwhile, California boosts the usage of behind-the-meter batteries, tidal energy scales […]

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Mexico and Zuma Energía set a new wind energy milestone for the energy transition. Pedro Joaquín Coldwell, incumbent Minister of Energy, met with Rocío Nahle, incoming Minister of Energy, who also met with Rick Perry, US Minister of Energy. Siemens is also interested in supporting the Mexican energy transition, while Vestas warns that costs may […]

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Solar is expected to have a boost in the country as CFE stopped its amparo process for distributed generations projects and ASOLMEX signed a cooperation agreement with the Bajío Energy Cluster. Meanwhile the president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that fuel prices will only increase due to inflation. And, while global investment in renewables decreased, […]

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As the first half of the year is about to finish major companies make major announcements, like Vestas certifying the most powerful offshore wind turbine in the world, and Shell entering into the Cabron Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator. Meanwhile, Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts a good share of renewables in the future. In Mexico CFE […]

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May ended with companies like Vestas and Soltec securing orders for solar and wind projects. Meanwhile innovative technologies such as waste-to-energy, power-to-gas, batteries, PV greenhouses, residential geothermal and hydrogen experienced a boost in Europe and the US. The wind turbine giant Siemens Gamesa secured a debt package, and LONGi Solar achieved an efficiency record for […]

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As 1Q 2018 finishes, things are looking good for green technologies around the world. Vestas’ 8.8MW turbine was installed while GE deploys tools to manufacture its 12MW turbine design. The green bonds’ market issued US$25.8 billion globally and Apple is now 100 percent powered by renewables, while Sweden invested €10.2 million in the development of […]

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Mexico Goals

According to CFE’s numbers, the productive enterprise of the state interconnected 20,000 homes and businesses that started producing their own electricity using solar energy. With this number, the total amount of CFE’s interconnections raises to 50,000.

The Ministry of Energy published the Natural Gas Storage Public Policy, established by CENACE, where […]

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