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DG solutions for the C&I sector have become increasingly attractive over the years and appear to be ready for large-scale growth in Mexico.
Juan Avila
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Juan Ávila
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Top Energy
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Mexico’s federal administration has focused on bringing regulation closer to the past and farther away from actual trends in the name of sovereignty.
Juan Ávila
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Juan Ávila
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TOP Energy
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For more than 20 years, investors knew what to expect from Mexico. After 2018, the only certainty is uncertainty. Juan Ávila explains.
Juan Ávila
Expert Contributor
Juan Ávila
CEO and Co-Founder
TOP Energy
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2021 is not going to be an easy year, or at least it’s not going to be easy to predict, as many challenges and changes appear on the horizon.
Juan Manuel Ávila Hernández, CEO & Co-Founder at TOP Energy México
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Juan Ávila
CEO & Co fundador
TOP Energy
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Consumers and energy generators need to rethink some of their assumptions. In particular, power market agents need to reconsider how to do business.
Gloves off, for good.
News Article
At the heart of the latest discord between Mexico’s private and public energy sector lies Mexico’s power grid. But how can reconciliation occur?
Juan Avila, Top Energy
View from the Top
Juan Ávila
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Top Energy
Juan Ávila explains the company's success with its in-demand installation services, and working with big brands such as Walmart.
José Jové Cassis, Patricia Tatto, Juan Ávila and Casiopea Ramírez
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Distributed generation in the domestic industrial sector and in small and medium-sized companies is the alternative for the solar industry in Mexico
Ricardo Cardell
Roundtable
Ricardo Cardell
Ricardo Cardiel
CEO
Latin American Rainmakers

Our 20-year experience in the electricity sector made renewable energy the logical next step for growing our business. We consolidated our added value by integrating five must-haves in the electricity sector and applied them to renewable energy. First, a firm grasp of the industry’s regulatory framework. Second, project financing, since it is the backbone of any project. Third, technology; by using the discounted cash flow (DCF) method, we can select the technology that is best suited for a project, based on ROI criteria. Fourth, we incorporated EPC solutions in our portfolio. Last, but definitely not least, commercial strategy. All the previous elements are rendered useless without a landed PPA to sell the project. 

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