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CFE is planning to grow energy supply and national security by constructing a micro nuclear power plant in Baja California.
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How feasible is this form of energy generation today, specifically in the Mexican context?
I would expect that by 2050, Mexico will have a significant proportion of electricity generated by renewable sources
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I would expect that by 2050, Mexico will have a significant proportion of electricity generated by renewable sources
Pablo Mulás
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Pablo Mulás
Executive Director, Mexican Committee
World Energy Council
The fact that Mexico is rich in hydrocarbons has made the development of renewable energy projects slower than in other countries.
The government must include nuclear energy in its energy plans, because even given the potential of hydro, wind and geothermal, backup from nuclear…
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José Raúl Ortiz
President
Mexican Nuclear Society (SNM)
“Laguna Verde has been operating for more than 20 years but many people do not know about it."
José Raúl Ortiz
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José Raúl Ortiz
President
Mexican Nuclear Society (SNM)
The agreements we have with the IAEA force us to follow their norms when there is no national regulation on the matter
Fernando Ruiz
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Fernando Ruiz
Deputy Director General
SENER
Uranium resources are distributed among politically stable countries in several regions of the world.
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