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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
by Andrea Villar
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Patricia Tatto
Partner and Country Head of Mexico and Central America
ATA Renewables
https://www.linkedin.com/in/patriciatatto/
ATA Renewables is an independent renewable energy group comprised of four units offering engineering, advisory, certification and market intelligence
Roundtable
Montserrat Ramiro
Montserrat Ramiro
Commissioner
CRE

Gender equality creates diversity, which enriches professional environments and decision-making processes, leading to better outcomes. It therefore does not only benefit Mexico’s energy transition but its economy and society in general. Access to education in STEM areas, flexibility in the workplace and with business hours must be addressed to allow more women to enter the energy sector. Most issues improve when communication is fluid and flexibility is favored. Fortunately, there is a growing network of women who are deeply committed to helping each other and who are clearing the path for younger generations of women to work in the energy sector. Gender equality is not only about women, it is also about men. If men are not encouraged to take advantage of flexibility and enjoy the same benefits women have and vice versa, gender equality will remain an aspiration and not a reality.

We asked women that are already present in the industry what is the role does gender equality play in Mexico’s energy transition
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Patricia Tatto
Partner and Country Head of Mexico and Central America
ATA Renewables
https://mx.linkedin.com/in/patriciatatto
“We anticipate solar will take the lead in Mexico’s renewables sector as it is less complex to develop and has lower cost
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