• Mexico's largest solar energy project aims at sustainability

    Mexico is aiming to switch to clean energy with wind and solar to make up more than one-third of its electricity sources. CCTV America's Franc Contreras reports.

    published: 25 Aug 2016
  • The Last HI-NRG Ravers in Mexico

    Every other Friday is Hi-NRG night at the Patrick Miller club in Colonia Roma, Mexico City. The night celebrates a type of disco with an electronic sound and a high-speed beat that was popular worldwide in the 80's. Although the form's worldwide popularity has ebbed, in Mexico City it is still alive, and its fans continue dancing to it in an almost religious way. In 1983 Robeto Devesa, a Mexican DJ better known as Patrick Miller, started organizing parties in downtown Mexico City's Journalists Club. He imported the latest hits before anyone else, and the parties became mythical. Patrick turned into a character and a legend, adored by fans who danced weekly to the Hi-NRG rhythms; and his name became synonymous with epic raves. This is why Patrick Miller's followers, who call each other Pa...

    published: 12 Nov 2013
  • Monster Energy: Ballistic BJ Baldwin Recoil 2 - Unleashed in Ensenada, Mexico

    What better place than the city streets of Ensenada Mexico, the home of the Baja 1000, to set the stage for the sequel to Ballistic BJ Baldwin's viral hit Recoil. This short film by Monster Energy follows BJ and his 800hp Trophy Truck as he tears through this seaside Mexican city, ripping over every drop and jump the town has to offer in an attempt to win a bet set by his friend, and international playboy Dan Bilzerian. Will he win? What will he lose? RECOIL 1: http://youtu.be/Mmh-ew1swD4 Filmed by Logan and Sons. Follow Monster Energy: http://www.facebook.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.twitter.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.instagram.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.MonsterEnergy.com

    published: 17 Sep 2014
  • Bulls on Parade in Mexico City

    Daniel Ricciardo and Carlos Sainz bring a breath-taking demonstration of Formula 1 power to the historic heart of Mexico City. 150,000 F1-mad fans packed every available inch of the city's central Zocalo square – and the surrounding balconies – to cheer on Daniel and Carlos as they blasted around a specially constructed course hugging the perimeter of the vast plaza in a pair of Red Bull Racing RB7's.

    published: 02 Jul 2015
  • Harness Energy of the Sun & Moon Pyramids | Teotihuacán Mexico Tour

    The pyramids of Teotihuacán are a must-see when you travel to Mexico City. Thirty minutes outside of Ciudad de Mexico, you'll venture back in time to the ancient world of the Aztecs. Join us as we give you a tour of this world-renowned wonder. About Jose and Thania: Jose realized he wanted to be a filmmaker when he parents gifted him a Lego Studio Set. He wrote stories and shot Oscar-worthy movies starring his Legos. It was his first taste at storytelling and filmmaking, and he was immediately hooked. Then he met Thania, and he realized she shared his same passions for storytelling and adventure. She told her parents that she wanted to travel the world instead of having a quinceañera. She convinced them it was way cheaper than a quince party (which is true), and she flew off to Europe. ...

    published: 01 Sep 2017
  • Alexandra Stan - Lollipop + Energy Live At Mexico City

    Alexandra Stan Performing Lollipop and Energy at Six Flags Mexico

    published: 20 May 2012
  • Reforming Mexico's energy industry: Prising open Pemex

    President Enrique Peña Nieto has announced much-needed changes to the country's oil industry. But until the details are made clearer, foreign companies may be wary of investing. For more video content from The Economist visit our website: http://econ.st/16QPmO2

    published: 16 Aug 2013
  • Mexico's Hunger for Energy | Made in Germany

    Mexico as an emerging economy is in desperate need of new power lines and a stable energy supply. One of the most important investors in this area is Siemens. Six months ago the company opened a new facility near Queretaro, north of Mexico City. It already has a workforce of 500 new staff, and that number will grow by 2015.The foundation stone for a second building has already been laid. The plant develops and constructs high-voltage components for the global market. The order books are full, and there has been no fallout here yet from the crisis in Europe or the USA's struggling economy.

    published: 19 Oct 2011
  • 24 Hours of Reality 2017: Cactus Power (Mexico City, Mexico)

    (https://www.24hoursofreality.org/) In Mexico, the prickly pear cactus is a staple of everyday life, appearing in everything from tacos to medicines. And thanks to a couple innovators at the startup Suema who developed a plant turning cactus waste into biogas, it could be a staple of the country’s low-carbon energy strategy.

    published: 06 Dec 2017
  • Mexico Pushes for Energy Change

    Stratfor Latin America Analyst Karen Hooper examines the Mexican energy industry's current and near-term prospects as the country pushes to reform the sector. About Stratfor: Stratfor brings global events into valuable perspective, empowering businesses, governments and individuals to more confidently navigate their way through an increasingly complex international environment. For individual and enterprise subscriptions to Stratfor Worldview, our online publication, visit us at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/ And make sure to connect with Stratfor on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/stratfor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stratfor/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stratfor YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/stratfor Learn more about Stratfor here: https://www.S...

    published: 22 May 2013
  • Energy Reform Protest - Mexico City

    Here's what happens when the police barricade Mexico's Senate building.

    published: 08 Dec 2013
  • Mexico's prickly pear cactus: energy source of the future?

    The prickly pear cactus is such a powerful symbol in Mexico that they put it smack in the middle of the national flag. It was considered sacred by the ancient Aztecs, and modern-day Mexicans eat it, drink it, and even use it in medicines and shampoos. Now scientists have come up with a new use for the bright green plant: producing renewable energy.

    published: 17 Aug 2017
  • Mexico's Energy Reform: 3 Reasons to Act Now on Renewable PPAs

    Ian Law is Renewable Choice's in-house expert on emerging markets for renewable energy in Mexico. ------ In January of 2016, the Mexican government began the process of deregulating its electricity market, previously mandated by a law (Ley de la Industria Electrica) passed in August, 2014. Until this year, the state-owned utility CFE owned the rights to all transmission, distribution, and nearly 50% of all generation assets within the country. With new reform, the electricity market in Mexico will open to competitive distribution and generation as more developers enter the space to sell electricity to CFE and other Electric Service Providers (ESPs) via the newly established wholesale marketplace. For commercial, industrial, and institutional (C&I) customers with high electricity consump...

    published: 11 Jul 2016
  • Emergency Power for Mexico's Largest Refinery | APR Energy

    In September 2017, southern Mexico was rocked by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake – the worst in more than a century. Widespread infrastructure damage included the generating station supplying power to the Ing. Antonio Dovali Jaime Refinery near Salina Cruz in the state of Oaxaca. APR Energy provided Pemex with a fast-power solution that would enable its biggest refinery to resume operation while the permanent generating station was being repaired.

    published: 20 Oct 2017
  • Mexico's Energy Future

    published: 17 Mar 2016
  • Private Equity Investment in Mexico's New Energy Landscape

    As Mexico rolls out its energy reforms, investors have already shown an appetite for infrastructure projects—from natural gas pipelines to wind farms. Out of 742 private equity funds focused in Latin America, 180 are looking to energy, in particular, said Bloomberg's José Enrique Arrioja. Case in point is First Reserve and Blackrock's March 2015 acquirement of an equity stake in the Los Ramones gas pipeline, the largest of its kind in Mexico. However, while First Reserve's Adi J. Blum expressed excitement in Mexico's natural gas potential and greater connectivity with the United States, he cautioned that energy consumers may not see the benefits of lower electricity prices for several years. Panelists also discussed renewable energy projects in the works alongside Mexico's requirements of...

    published: 05 May 2015
  • Mexico to invest $5 billion in electricity infrastructure

    Mexico's government will open bidding for 16 major infrastructure projects worth $4.9 billion. It's all part of sweeping energy reforms in the country's growing electric energy sector. CCTV America's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.

    published: 28 Oct 2014
  • Thousands march in Mexico City to reject energy and tax reform

    Tens of thousands of Mexicans marched this past Sunday to express their opposition to the energy and tax reformed pushed by the government of Enrique Pena Nieto. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/thousands-march-in-mexico-city-to-reject-energy-and-tax-reform

    published: 09 Sep 2013
  • Elon Musk Just Added Mexico to His Solar Power Map

    SolarCity, the California-based solar energy company chaired by Elon Musk and run by his cousins, is the largest single installer of U.S. residential solar power systems in the U.S., owning 34 percent of the market in 2014 according to GTM Research. So it’s kind of a big deal that the company just entered the largest solar market in Latin America, Mexico. This week, SolarCity announced they’d purchased Mexico’s ILIOSS, a company that specializes in installing solar on commercial and industrial projects. Electricity demand there is increasing, and electricity prices remain high, meaning solar can be competitive with fossil fuels. http://fusion.net/story/178639/elon-musk-just-added-mexico-to-his-solar-power-map/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=/feed/ http://www.wochit.com This ...

    published: 06 Aug 2015
  • Mexico's Energy Breakout? | WSJ Opinion

    Americas Columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady on Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's plan to open up his country's energy sector to private investment. Photos: Associated Press Click here to subscribe to our channel: ‪http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy‬ Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Visit the Wall Street Journal: www.wsj.com

    published: 13 Aug 2013
  • Patrick Miller Ciudad de Mexico 2015, High Energy & Italo Disco

    Simplemente fantástico.....Patrick Miller Fest 2015

    published: 08 Feb 2015
  • Passivhaus rooftop flat adds level to 1930’s Mexico City home

    Alejandro Herrera was commuting two hours each way into Mexico City for architecture school when he turned a vacant rooftop into a tiny home in the city center. In the heart of the very desirable Roma Norte district his new home measured just 42 square meters (450 square feet), but it opened to a garden terrace of the same size. The initial home was built with a steel frame and plywood and glass panels (to keep costs down). Seven years later, the exterior had deteriorated with the weather and Herrera decided to create Mexico’s first Passivhaus (the very demanding energy efficiency standard from Germany) to cut energy costs. With a tight insulating envelope, the current home uses two-thirds less energy. Inhab: https://www.inhab.mx

    published: 07 Jan 2018
  • Mexico City: The Urban Architect

    For thirty years Enrique Norten has had the privilege of designing buildings and public spaces in Mexico City. He loves the tremendous energy and goodwill of Mexico City and finds it is "great place to practice architecture."

    published: 23 Jul 2010
  • Energy Fitness Flashmob, Mexico City 06/18/2011

    Flashmob by Energy Fitness in Reforma 222, Mexico City. Music Mixed by Joaquin Jimenez using Ableton Live. Coreography by Lillian Muller. Find out more about Joaquin Jimenez at: about.me/jjsauma More info about Lillian Muller: lillianmuller.net. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Síntesis Granular con Gatos" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghwK9VJ12Ck -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

    published: 22 Jun 2011
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Mexico's largest solar energy project aims at sustainability

Mexico's largest solar energy project aims at sustainability

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Mexico is aiming to switch to clean energy with wind and solar to make up more than one-third of its electricity sources. CCTV America's Franc Contreras reports.
https://wn.com/Mexico's_Largest_Solar_Energy_Project_Aims_At_Sustainability
The Last HI-NRG Ravers in Mexico

The Last HI-NRG Ravers in Mexico

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Every other Friday is Hi-NRG night at the Patrick Miller club in Colonia Roma, Mexico City. The night celebrates a type of disco with an electronic sound and a high-speed beat that was popular worldwide in the 80's. Although the form's worldwide popularity has ebbed, in Mexico City it is still alive, and its fans continue dancing to it in an almost religious way. In 1983 Robeto Devesa, a Mexican DJ better known as Patrick Miller, started organizing parties in downtown Mexico City's Journalists Club. He imported the latest hits before anyone else, and the parties became mythical. Patrick turned into a character and a legend, adored by fans who danced weekly to the Hi-NRG rhythms; and his name became synonymous with epic raves. This is why Patrick Miller's followers, who call each other Patricios, have managed to keep this style of music alive, despite its being consider old fashioned in the countries in which it originated. In the early 90's, Devesa decided to search for a permanent home to foster his sounds, lights, and lasers. Thus he founded the Patrick Miller club, which opens its doors every Friday in Colonia Roma to let parishioners dance like the gods. We went with Jorge, better known as Padawan, to the house where he meets with his buddies—other members of the Banda Loca—before heading to their favorite club. Then we travelled with them to the Patrick Miller club, to better understand what makes Hi-NRG nights way more than just a regular disco party. Check out the Best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Best-Of Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Monster Energy: Ballistic BJ Baldwin Recoil 2 - Unleashed in Ensenada, Mexico

Monster Energy: Ballistic BJ Baldwin Recoil 2 - Unleashed in Ensenada, Mexico

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What better place than the city streets of Ensenada Mexico, the home of the Baja 1000, to set the stage for the sequel to Ballistic BJ Baldwin's viral hit Recoil. This short film by Monster Energy follows BJ and his 800hp Trophy Truck as he tears through this seaside Mexican city, ripping over every drop and jump the town has to offer in an attempt to win a bet set by his friend, and international playboy Dan Bilzerian. Will he win? What will he lose? RECOIL 1: http://youtu.be/Mmh-ew1swD4 Filmed by Logan and Sons. Follow Monster Energy: http://www.facebook.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.twitter.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.instagram.com/MonsterEnergy http://www.MonsterEnergy.com
https://wn.com/Monster_Energy_Ballistic_Bj_Baldwin_Recoil_2_Unleashed_In_Ensenada,_Mexico
Bulls on Parade in Mexico City

Bulls on Parade in Mexico City

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Daniel Ricciardo and Carlos Sainz bring a breath-taking demonstration of Formula 1 power to the historic heart of Mexico City. 150,000 F1-mad fans packed every available inch of the city's central Zocalo square – and the surrounding balconies – to cheer on Daniel and Carlos as they blasted around a specially constructed course hugging the perimeter of the vast plaza in a pair of Red Bull Racing RB7's.
https://wn.com/Bulls_On_Parade_In_Mexico_City
Harness Energy of the Sun & Moon Pyramids | Teotihuacán Mexico Tour

Harness Energy of the Sun & Moon Pyramids | Teotihuacán Mexico Tour

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The pyramids of Teotihuacán are a must-see when you travel to Mexico City. Thirty minutes outside of Ciudad de Mexico, you'll venture back in time to the ancient world of the Aztecs. Join us as we give you a tour of this world-renowned wonder. About Jose and Thania: Jose realized he wanted to be a filmmaker when he parents gifted him a Lego Studio Set. He wrote stories and shot Oscar-worthy movies starring his Legos. It was his first taste at storytelling and filmmaking, and he was immediately hooked. Then he met Thania, and he realized she shared his same passions for storytelling and adventure. She told her parents that she wanted to travel the world instead of having a quinceañera. She convinced them it was way cheaper than a quince party (which is true), and she flew off to Europe. There she realized travel was the only party in her life that she needed. Now together as husband and wife, Jose and Thania married their passions and created a travel YouTube channel called Subculture Recall. About Subculture Recall: Subculture Recall is a Latino culture YouTube channel that shows you alternative ways to travel, appreciate art and spark your inner explorer! Thania and Jose created the channel in 2015, to document travel, art and their adventures to inspire people's inner explorers. They invite you to join their adventure, and you will learn what the world has in store for you. - CONNECT WITH US - SubCulture Recall http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_INSTAGRAM http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_TWITTER http://bit.ly/SubCultureRecall_FACEBOOK Thania B. Alcazar http://bit.ly/ThaniaBAlcazar_INSTAGRAM Jose Alcazar http://bit.ly/JoseAlcazar_INSTAGRAM Business Email: SubCultureRecall@gmail.com
https://wn.com/Harness_Energy_Of_The_Sun_Moon_Pyramids_|_Teotihuacán_Mexico_Tour
Alexandra Stan - Lollipop + Energy Live At Mexico City

Alexandra Stan - Lollipop + Energy Live At Mexico City

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Reforming Mexico's energy industry: Prising open Pemex

Reforming Mexico's energy industry: Prising open Pemex

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President Enrique Peña Nieto has announced much-needed changes to the country's oil industry. But until the details are made clearer, foreign companies may be wary of investing. For more video content from The Economist visit our website: http://econ.st/16QPmO2
https://wn.com/Reforming_Mexico's_Energy_Industry_Prising_Open_Pemex
Mexico's Hunger for Energy | Made in Germany

Mexico's Hunger for Energy | Made in Germany

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Mexico as an emerging economy is in desperate need of new power lines and a stable energy supply. One of the most important investors in this area is Siemens. Six months ago the company opened a new facility near Queretaro, north of Mexico City. It already has a workforce of 500 new staff, and that number will grow by 2015.The foundation stone for a second building has already been laid. The plant develops and constructs high-voltage components for the global market. The order books are full, and there has been no fallout here yet from the crisis in Europe or the USA's struggling economy.
https://wn.com/Mexico's_Hunger_For_Energy_|_Made_In_Germany
24 Hours of Reality 2017: Cactus Power (Mexico City, Mexico)

24 Hours of Reality 2017: Cactus Power (Mexico City, Mexico)

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(https://www.24hoursofreality.org/) In Mexico, the prickly pear cactus is a staple of everyday life, appearing in everything from tacos to medicines. And thanks to a couple innovators at the startup Suema who developed a plant turning cactus waste into biogas, it could be a staple of the country’s low-carbon energy strategy.
https://wn.com/24_Hours_Of_Reality_2017_Cactus_Power_(Mexico_City,_Mexico)
Mexico Pushes for Energy Change

Mexico Pushes for Energy Change

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Stratfor Latin America Analyst Karen Hooper examines the Mexican energy industry's current and near-term prospects as the country pushes to reform the sector. About Stratfor: Stratfor brings global events into valuable perspective, empowering businesses, governments and individuals to more confidently navigate their way through an increasingly complex international environment. For individual and enterprise subscriptions to Stratfor Worldview, our online publication, visit us at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/ And make sure to connect with Stratfor on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/stratfor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stratfor/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stratfor YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/stratfor Learn more about Stratfor here: https://www.Stratfor.com Get the latest company news here: https://marcom.stratfor.com/horizons Or review and purchase our longform reports on geopolitics here: https://marcom.stratfor.com/horizons And listen to the Stratfor podcast for free here: iTunes - http://bit.ly/Stratfor_Podcast_iTunes Stitcher - http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/stratfor-talks Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/stratfortalks Libsyn - http://stratfor.libsyn.com/ Download the All New Mobile App for Stratfor. You can also download Stratfor Worldview Content in the App for offline viewing. Free Download for iOS (from Apple App Store): http://bit.ly/Statfor_Mobile_App_for_Apple_Devices Free Download for Android (from Google Play Store): http://bit.ly/Stratfor_Mobile_App_for_Android_Devices To subscribe to Stratfor Worldview, click here: https://worldview.stratfor.com/subscribe Join Stratfor Worldview to cut through the noise and make sense of an increasingly complicated world. Membership to Stratfor Worldview includes: Unrestricted access to Stratfor Worldview's latest insights, podcasts, videos, and more. Members-only community forums. My Collections - your personal library of Stratfor insights saved for later reading. Discounts to our long-form reports on the Stratfor Store.
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Energy Reform Protest - Mexico City

Energy Reform Protest - Mexico City

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Here's what happens when the police barricade Mexico's Senate building.
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Mexico's prickly pear cactus: energy source of the future?

Mexico's prickly pear cactus: energy source of the future?

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The prickly pear cactus is such a powerful symbol in Mexico that they put it smack in the middle of the national flag. It was considered sacred by the ancient Aztecs, and modern-day Mexicans eat it, drink it, and even use it in medicines and shampoos. Now scientists have come up with a new use for the bright green plant: producing renewable energy.
https://wn.com/Mexico's_Prickly_Pear_Cactus_Energy_Source_Of_The_Future
Mexico's Energy Reform: 3 Reasons to Act Now on Renewable PPAs

Mexico's Energy Reform: 3 Reasons to Act Now on Renewable PPAs

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Ian Law is Renewable Choice's in-house expert on emerging markets for renewable energy in Mexico. ------ In January of 2016, the Mexican government began the process of deregulating its electricity market, previously mandated by a law (Ley de la Industria Electrica) passed in August, 2014. Until this year, the state-owned utility CFE owned the rights to all transmission, distribution, and nearly 50% of all generation assets within the country. With new reform, the electricity market in Mexico will open to competitive distribution and generation as more developers enter the space to sell electricity to CFE and other Electric Service Providers (ESPs) via the newly established wholesale marketplace. For commercial, industrial, and institutional (C&I) customers with high electricity consumption in Mexico, this is outstanding news. The primary result of the reform will be the expanded capability to sign bilateral renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) directly with independent power producers in order to source electricity for Mexican operations. As the new wholesale market remains yet to be fully defined, however, the best opportunity for bilateral agreements can currently be found with renewable energy projects qualified under the self-supply regime, a regulatory structure only available to C&I customers through December 31st, 2016. Extensions for certain developer projects are currently being decided upon and may provide an expanded window for this opportunity. The primary benefits of participating in the self-supply regime rather than the new market are the significant reductions in costs, risk exposure, and operational limitations within its contracting structure. Three of these reductions are noted below: 1. The self-supply contract structure mimics a virtual net metering arrangement, allowing customers to realize the benefits of an agreed upon fixed price cost of energy at any time of day. Electricity produced by the renewable facility is delivered to the grid to be used in real-time, at which point CFE banks these fixed price energy credits to the buyer, to be applied when it is using energy. This allows consumers to be supplied with the benefits of their contract at all times, mitigating the price risk of intermittent generators like wind and solar. 2. The self-supply structure includes low fixed-cost wheeling charges, allowing C&I buyers to enter into a PPA with a renewable project located anywhere in the country. This contract structure removes the significant transmission risks that will apply to contracts in the new market scheme and allows companies flexibility in deciding to which facilities their contracted electricity is delivered. 3. C&I customers participating in the self-supply regime are relieved of the obligation to source a pre-determined percentage of electricity from clean energy through the purchase of tradeable Clean Energy Certificates (known as CELs), a mandate set to begin at 5% in 2018. As CELs are predicted to cost anywhere from USD$10-20, this represents an opportunity for significant avoided costs. Given the lack of predictability in CFE tariff prices, signing a self-supply agreement for a period of 10-20 years affords buyers the stability in outlook that is currently projected to save them money. Companies have been taking advantage of this limited opportunity in recent years, with GM signing a 34 MW deal to power its Mexico facilities with Enel in 2015. Because the PPA contract must be structured by the end of this year to take effect for the term, it is time to start negotiations now and see what the options are for securing renewable electricity and creating a valuable hedge for your energy spend. Reach out to our team of global renewable energy experts to explore this opportunity today. ----- While we strive to provide the best and most up-to-date information in our video blog, we’re advisors, not lawyers. None of the above is intended to be legal advice. If you have questions that require legal advice, we encourage you to consult an attorney.
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Emergency Power for Mexico's Largest Refinery | APR Energy

Emergency Power for Mexico's Largest Refinery | APR Energy

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In September 2017, southern Mexico was rocked by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake – the worst in more than a century. Widespread infrastructure damage included the generating station supplying power to the Ing. Antonio Dovali Jaime Refinery near Salina Cruz in the state of Oaxaca. APR Energy provided Pemex with a fast-power solution that would enable its biggest refinery to resume operation while the permanent generating station was being repaired.
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Mexico's Energy Future

Mexico's Energy Future

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Private Equity Investment in Mexico's New Energy Landscape

Private Equity Investment in Mexico's New Energy Landscape

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As Mexico rolls out its energy reforms, investors have already shown an appetite for infrastructure projects—from natural gas pipelines to wind farms. Out of 742 private equity funds focused in Latin America, 180 are looking to energy, in particular, said Bloomberg's José Enrique Arrioja. Case in point is First Reserve and Blackrock's March 2015 acquirement of an equity stake in the Los Ramones gas pipeline, the largest of its kind in Mexico. However, while First Reserve's Adi J. Blum expressed excitement in Mexico's natural gas potential and greater connectivity with the United States, he cautioned that energy consumers may not see the benefits of lower electricity prices for several years. Panelists also discussed renewable energy projects in the works alongside Mexico's requirements of environmental permits, which are often quite strict, said Partners Group's Javier Chavarria. Wind power has expanded, especially on the border with the United States, where it is easier to sell wind energy to California as a result of cheap land in vacant Mexican territory. Panelists: - Adi J. Blum, Director, First Reserve - Javier Chavarria, Senior Vice President, Partners Group - Marisol González de Cosío, Director, Utilities & Infrastructure, Standard & Poor's - José Enrique Arrioja, Editor At Large, Latin America, Bloomberg (moderator) Subscribe to AS/COA's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ASCOAonline Follow our Mexico playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYBZqP9zCyagSxGOlU9tKjSCqjdQR9S20
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Mexico to invest $5 billion in electricity infrastructure

Mexico to invest $5 billion in electricity infrastructure

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Mexico's government will open bidding for 16 major infrastructure projects worth $4.9 billion. It's all part of sweeping energy reforms in the country's growing electric energy sector. CCTV America's Franc Contreras reports from Mexico City.
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Thousands march in Mexico City to reject energy and tax reform

Thousands march in Mexico City to reject energy and tax reform

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Tens of thousands of Mexicans marched this past Sunday to express their opposition to the energy and tax reformed pushed by the government of Enrique Pena Nieto. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/web/telesur/#!en/video/thousands-march-in-mexico-city-to-reject-energy-and-tax-reform
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Elon Musk Just Added Mexico to His Solar Power Map

Elon Musk Just Added Mexico to His Solar Power Map

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SolarCity, the California-based solar energy company chaired by Elon Musk and run by his cousins, is the largest single installer of U.S. residential solar power systems in the U.S., owning 34 percent of the market in 2014 according to GTM Research. So it’s kind of a big deal that the company just entered the largest solar market in Latin America, Mexico. This week, SolarCity announced they’d purchased Mexico’s ILIOSS, a company that specializes in installing solar on commercial and industrial projects. Electricity demand there is increasing, and electricity prices remain high, meaning solar can be competitive with fossil fuels. http://fusion.net/story/178639/elon-musk-just-added-mexico-to-his-solar-power-map/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=/feed/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by Wochit using http://wochit.com
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Mexico's Energy Breakout? | WSJ Opinion

Mexico's Energy Breakout? | WSJ Opinion

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Americas Columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady on Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's plan to open up his country's energy sector to private investment. Photos: Associated Press Click here to subscribe to our channel: ‪http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy‬ Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Visit the Wall Street Journal: www.wsj.com
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Patrick Miller Ciudad de Mexico 2015, High Energy & Italo Disco

Patrick Miller Ciudad de Mexico 2015, High Energy & Italo Disco

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Passivhaus rooftop flat adds level to 1930’s Mexico City home

Passivhaus rooftop flat adds level to 1930’s Mexico City home

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Alejandro Herrera was commuting two hours each way into Mexico City for architecture school when he turned a vacant rooftop into a tiny home in the city center. In the heart of the very desirable Roma Norte district his new home measured just 42 square meters (450 square feet), but it opened to a garden terrace of the same size. The initial home was built with a steel frame and plywood and glass panels (to keep costs down). Seven years later, the exterior had deteriorated with the weather and Herrera decided to create Mexico’s first Passivhaus (the very demanding energy efficiency standard from Germany) to cut energy costs. With a tight insulating envelope, the current home uses two-thirds less energy. Inhab: https://www.inhab.mx
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Mexico City: The Urban Architect

Mexico City: The Urban Architect

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For thirty years Enrique Norten has had the privilege of designing buildings and public spaces in Mexico City. He loves the tremendous energy and goodwill of Mexico City and finds it is "great place to practice architecture."
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Energy Fitness Flashmob, Mexico City 06/18/2011

Energy Fitness Flashmob, Mexico City 06/18/2011

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Flashmob by Energy Fitness in Reforma 222, Mexico City. Music Mixed by Joaquin Jimenez using Ableton Live. Coreography by Lillian Muller. Find out more about Joaquin Jimenez at: about.me/jjsauma More info about Lillian Muller: lillianmuller.net. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Síntesis Granular con Gatos" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghwK9VJ12Ck -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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