Mexico Energy Forun 2021
Antofagasta, Chile
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The excess of energy in Chile, in addition to the country’s ambitious plans, open the opportunity to export energy to the rest of the world.
Wärtsilä
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A brief summary of the panels featured in the first day of Flexible Power Symposium LATAM and Caribbean.
Energy Transition Likely to Cost US$49 B
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Although every country’s energy system is unique, repeated modeling suggests there is a standard process.
Palenque
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The two leaders discussed Mexico’s energy transition and its opportunities, while staying away from more controversial topics.
Liquid Metal Carbon Capture
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A UNSW chemical engineering team discovered how to use liquid metal to capture and convert carbon dioxide.
Interior of a public bus
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Mexico City’s mayor expects to make the largest investment in electromobility in Latin America, starting with the purchase of Yutong buses.
USMCA
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Mexico’s government claims that the USMCA and its electric reform cause no friction, but some legal experts disagree.
Port
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Experts point towards the nature of the reform and the technical impossibility to roll it back.
Palm Tree
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Scientists found that the waste associated with palm oil production can benefit the ecosystem and vulnerable communities.
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