The initiative of law proposal of MORENA to subordinate CRE and CNH to the Ministry of Energy is not well received, both by national and international players. Meanwhile Europe aims to produce more hydrogen and batteries and Oxford PV claims to have reached a new world record on solar energy production.
-Electrified already? Here’s your […]Continue Reading →
CENACE published its grid operations tariffs valid for the rest of 2018, which are MX$2.3613 and MX$6.1886 per MWh for generators and charges, respectively. Look at the official document here.
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. This is the first auction managed by CRE, […]Continue Reading →
CRE and CENACE published the call for proposals for Mexico’s fourth long-term electricity auction. The first three editions have cumulated an aggregate 8.9GW of clean energy installed capacity and are expected to pour in US$9 billion in investments.
What to Expect
“CRE’s message to all interested parties is one of […]Continue Reading →
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 […]Continue Reading →
Riverstone allocated a CKD at the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores with a total value of MX$8 billion, out of which the first emission will be of MX$1.6 billion, and will be used for the development of renewable energy projects in the country. This comes two weeks after the third long-term electricity auction took […]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 →
“Mexico WindPower plays an important role by putting together the key stakeholders in the development of wind farms with the best providers of technology.” – José Navarro
The Mexican energy industry is flourishing. Seemingly immune to the problems faced by the oil and gas industry, renewable energies are increasingly coming to the forefront […]
by Sara Warden
Mexico Energy and Sustainability Review 2016 talks to: Luis Rubén Gutiérrez, Vice President of Operations PepsiCo Mexico
Q: What have been the most significant accomplishments in terms of green practices and sustainability that have made PepsiCo stand out in the past year? Could you share the facts and figures to highlight this success?
A: PepsiCo México has […]Continue Reading →
The key players of the wind sector will gather at the 2015 edition of Mexico WindPower, which will take place at Mexico City’s Banamex Center from February 25-26. The exposition and conference planning firm EJ Krauze, and AMDEE are responsible for organizing this annual meeting, whose purpose is to increase the use of […]Continue Reading →
September 24, 2014 saw the inauguration of the annual Green Expo at the World Trade Center in Mexico City. As unprecedented opportunities are arriving to Mexican shores, national and foreign companies alike are now beginning to rethink their technologies and business models and veering towards sustainable practices. Spread across the gleaming exhibition center […]Continue Reading →