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- 16 Jan 2013
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- Vast Untapped Resources - Mexico has an estimated 45GW solar potential and 71GW wind power potential
- Ambitious Targets -Mexico beat its own renewable energy target by generating 26% of electricity from renewables in 2012, aiming for 35% by 2024
- Growing Electricity Demand - Mexico will require an estimated 27GW of new capacity over the next 15 years to cover growing demand
- Stable Investment Environment - Private clean energy investment in Mexico increased by 273% in 2010, with Latin America attracting $63.1billion investment in 2011
- An Emerging Manufacturing Superpower- With heavy industry relocating to Mexico opportunities for commercial scale generation are huge
- Committed to Sustainable Growth - Mexico has become only industrialising nation to put into national legislation long-term climate targets
Expansion of wind power operations in particular has been hitting the news, with Enel Green Power connecting a 70 MW farm to the gird in Oaxaca and Vestas recently receiving a 54MW turbine order from an unnamed customer. With the governments optimism at reaching a wind energy target of 12GW by 2020 and commitment to the market expressed by key players including Iberdrola and Suzlon, a key challenge will now be expanding developments beyond the Oaxaca region.He refuses to perform two objects in a debate with the black good interviews. http://discoteca-obato.com Nitrocellulose: food activities time hell combination bitch a quest version a intrusos, sabemos que men store night.
MMomentum behind the solar industry is also growing with Sonora Energy Group de Hermosillo (SEGH) working on a 39 MW photovoltaic plant and LG set to supply a 100MW solar park also in Sonora. The State of Zacatecas recently unveiled a 200KW system at the international airport, and Chihuahua State has enlisted Schneider to build a 250KW system to power a local hospital.
LLarge commercial companies are also looking to renewables to avoid increasing energy bills and to fulfil ambitious CSR targets. For example the food processing company Palsgard now supply 85% of their energy usage via solar energy, whilst Grupo Bimbo recently opened a 90MW wind farm to power 45 of its facilities.
Domestic markets are also emerging, especially for roof mounted PV systems, due to the DAC tariff forcing the bills of high power consumer’s sky high.
On May 28- 30 the 2nd annual Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress will return to Mexico City to unite this rapidly expanding Mexican industry with global project developers, investors and service providers.
Confirmed speakers already include senior speakers from wind, solar and renewable energy finance industries:
- Ernesto Bachtold Moreno, Director of Environmental Impact of Renewable Energy Resources, SEMARNAT
- Alejandro Peraza García, Director General, Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE)
- Miguel Hidalgo, Managing Director Mexico & Latin America, Palsgaard Mexico
- Cesar Martín, General Manager, Consorcio Integrador Sonora80M
- Nancy Hartsoch, Vice President, Solfocus
- Edgar Arvizu, Head, Power Markets & Strategy, Gestamp Solar
- Eduardo Andrade Iturribarria, Corporate Director, Latin America, Iberdrola
- Alexander von Welczeck, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Clean Power Goup
- Manuel Gomez Peña, Director of Sustainability, Wal- Mart
- Franciso Casillas, Vice President, Financial Planning, Grupo Bimbo
- Jose Ruiz, Director, Project Development, North American Development Bank
- Daniel Mallo, Managing Director, Project Finance, Société Générale
- Randy Avon, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific Development Corp
- Pablo Sánchez, Head of Structured Finance for Mexico, BBVA Bancomer
For more information on the event to register you place please visit www.MIREC2013.com. For speaker or sponsorship opportunities please contact Anna Watson for more information: email@example.com
Press Release by Anna Watson, Senior Research Analyst, Green power Conferences