engineer installing photovoltaic system
News Article
Mexico’s government is hindering private investment in the energy sector to favor CFE, resulting in the loss of FDI and a delayed energy transition.
Mexico’s Energy Sector Under Alleged USMCA Violations - play
News Article
Energy law expert Benjamín Torres-Barrón outlined the USMCA process to unfoldand the possible implications if violations are found to have occurred.
Shell Gas Station
News Article
Only 147 gas stations have been opened in the country due to a lack of permits from the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE).
Distributed Generation
News Article
With utility-scale facing a slowdown due to adverse energy policy, distributed generation for C&I faces unprecedented growth in Mexico.
Oil refinery
News Article
Mexico consolidates a policy relying on oil while the world moves in counter direction towards the energy transition, explains the NYT.
Héctor Cobo
Expert Contributor
Hector Cobo
Regional VP Mexico, Caribbean & Central America
SAS
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Current practices in Mexico to safeguard women against violence are failing. Analytics and AI can help, writes Héctor Cobo.
High Voltage Electricity Cables
Analysis
Since the beginning of his administration, President López Obrador has tried to reshape the electricity industry in favor of state-utility CFE.
Gas pipeline
News Article
COFECE denounces harm to free competition in the natural gas market caused by SENER’s new gas distribution strategy.
Juan Manuel Ávila Hernández
Expert Contributor
Juan Manuel Ávila Hernández
CEO & Co-Founder
TOP Energy
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If Mexico wants to continue being a relevant player and developing its economy, it needs to have power certainty, writes Juan Manuel Ávila Hernández.
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