Vicente García
Insight
Vicente García
Business Development Manager Mexico
Isolux Corsán
Vicente García, from Isolux Corsán, says that the new challenge developers are facing is to find ways to lower project development costs.
Vicente García
Roundtable
Vicente García
Vicente García
Business Development Manager Mexico
Isolux Corsán

Almost 50 percent of CFE’s 100,000km of HV transmission lines are more than 20 years old. Given that estimated generation growth is between 4 and 5 percent annually, and there will be budget limitations at the federal level, the need for private investment to extend and revamp this aged infrastructure is a critical reality. An important issue that worries potential investors in Mexico is rights of way. The preliminary guidelines for the bidding of the Oaxaca-Valley of Mexico DC transmission lines are out but we have yet to see the final guidelines that address all the questions that developers had. This project will play a major role in alleviating the bottleneck for wind projects but is not the only important one.

MER asked the industry leaders about the challenges Mexico must face to revamp its electricity infrastructure in an open market with multiple players.
Vicente García
Insight
Vicente García
Director of Business Development
Isolux Corsán
Businesses that previously worked with CFE at the heart of their strategies suddenly have a new target in the wake of the Energy Reform.
Vicente García
View from the Top
Vicente García
Director of Business Development
Isolux Corsán México
We are also participating in bids for highways and are interested in hospitals, prisons and buildings in the water sector.
Vicente García Montero
View from the Top
Vicente García Montero
Director of Business Development
Isolux Corsán México
In addition to energy generation and transmission, the renewables industry has become increasingly important for the company over the past few years
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