Electricity Generation: Last Chance to Prevent a Climate Crisis
Video
The road toward renewables’ full potential is still a long one, but the time to prevent a climate crisis is short, says the Mexican Energy Association
Ramon Moreno, AME, Mexican Energy Association
News Article
The road toward renewables’ full potential is still a long one, but the time to prevent a climate crisis is short, says the Mexican Energy Association
Ramon Moreno, Mitsui, AME
Expert Contributor
Ramón Moreno
CEO
Mitsui & Co. Power Americas
0
The new Chairman of the Mexican Energy Association (AME) explains the importance of the fourth industrial revolution for the energy sector.
Energy
News Article
Ramón Moreno has been named Chairman of AME, an important promotor of private investment and energy transition in the power generation industry.
Enrique Alba
View from the Top
Enrique Alba
CEO of Iberdrola México
President of The Mexican Energy Association
https://www.linkedin.com/in/enrique-alba-a0aa32158/
Iberdrola is a Spanish public multinational electricity utility based in Bilbao. It has a presence in dozens of countries on four continents
Jaime de la Rosa
Insight
Jaime de la Rosa
President
Mexican Energy Association (AME)
AME is looking forward to future electricity tenders despite the uncertainty that continues to swirl around the sector.
Alan Sakar
Roundtable
Alan Sakar
Alan Sakar
Associate
Clifford Chance Project Development and Finance

Mexico has made tremendous efforts in the design and implementation of the wholesale market, but the real success of Mexico’s reform will depend on the proper execution of the grid modernization plan designed by the Ministry of Energy and CFE. Without a reliable electricity system and a smart grid, Mexico’s energy-mix goals will be difficult to attain. To that end, CFE published the pre-tender documentation for the development of transmission lines in 2016, under build-operate-transfer schemes, and the Ministry of Energy recently unveiled a new contracting model for the development of transmission lines with private parties, for the design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of transmission lines for 30 years. This is the next step in the implementation of Mexico’s reform.

Mexico is consolidating the ambitions outlined in the Energy Reform and translating them into business opportunities
Adrián Katzew
Roundtable
Adrián Katzew
Adrián Katzew
Director General
Zuma Energía

We need to acknowledge the effort put in by the authorities to implement an in-depth transformation like the reform in such a short period of time. Globally, one of the lessons we take away from electricity markets is their constant change and evolution. There is no reference model to turn to and ours is still emerging in some ways. The auctions, for example, resulted in awarded and signed contracts, opening the door to new players such as Zuma Energía. The standardization of the power generation market and the implementation of automated O&M systems are pending issues. The success of the auctions also highlighted a challenge for the future in the imminent saturation of the transmission grid and the urgency to develop a decisive expansion plan for the power evacuation infrastructure. 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/adrian-katzew-corenstein-a63b2/?originalSubdomain=mx
https://twitter.com/adrian_katzew
CRE wants to be an enabler, open to the private sector’s feedback on the remaining regulatory roadblocks and transparent in its regulatory…
Ángel Lárraga
View from the Top
Ángel Lárraga
President
AME
Mexican Energy Association (AME) groups 27 companies from Mexico’s energy sector, amounting to 34 percent of the country’s electric energy production.
Subscribe to AME