On May 7, 2017 companies like México Infrastructure Partners, Thermion and Balam Fund announced their interest in creating more CKDs during the upcoming months to support renewable energy projects in Mexico.
On May 8, 2017 SENER and CENACE presented the Bidding Conditions for the Third Electrical Auction in which, for the first time, buyers besides CFE will be allowed to participate and buy energy, power and clean energy certificates through a clearing house. It is expected that, if the whole process is followed in a timely manner, winners will be announced on Nov. 22, 2017.
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Solar energy associations such as ANES, ASOLMEX and COMENER reported, on May 12, CFE’s negativity toward allowing distributed generation interconnection with the public grid. These institutions say CFE has conducted at least eight activities that could be considered blocking interconnection.
Repsol became the first oil company in the world on May 9 to emit green bonds with a total value of €500 million.
Neptune Energy acquired 70 percent of Engie’s EPI (International Exploration and Production) for a total cost of €3,700 million.
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