MER 2021
Analysis
Utility-scale development of photovoltaic solar projects is slowing down but solar DG solutions behind the meter provide an interesting growth track.
MER 2021
Analysis
Private solar players have had to adapt to a double hit: the pandemic and the government’s measures to benefit CFE. Yet, opportunity knocks.
Energy
Weekly Roundups
The Senate’s approval of divisive modifications to the energy law and ASOLMEX’s new president, Jaime Pérez de Laborda, are among the top stories.
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Solar energy has positioned itself as a great alternative to begin the path toward the decentralization of electricity in Mexico.
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Hector Olea
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Mexican Association of Solar Energy |ASOLMEX
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Distributed Solar Generation reduces operational costs and provides a range of energy benefits useful to SMEs and hard-to-reach communities.
Distributed Generation
News Article
According to CRE data on small and medium-scale interconnection contracts for distributed generation in 2019, distributed generation grew 40 percent.
Large-scale power plants provide 4,333MW of the energy mix while the rest comes from small distributed generation projects, mainly solar rooftops.
News Article
Only three weeks ago, ASOLMEX reported that the installed capacity of Mexico’s photovoltaic parks increased 62 percent in 2019.
Hector Olea
View from the Top
Hector Olea
President
ASOLMEX
Hector Olea explains how the association represents industry interests through a forum toward advancement of regulatory and legal frameworks.
Mexico has more than 12,000MW of hydroelectric installed capacity, the majority of which is installed at large-scale dams that double as water storage
Analysis
The energy heavyweights have settled into the Mexican market thanks to models such as PPAs and a regulatory framework beneficial to their interests.
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