Mexican National Commission for Energy Efficiency

  • Mexico: Fight for New Incentives

    Mexico: Fight for New Incentives

    Mexico’s solar thermal programme Procalsol restarted in August 2013. The Procalsol working group of renewable energy industry association FAMERAC (Fabricantes Mexicanos en las Energías Renovables) is currently lobbying to establish new incentives, a unified national quality standard and...

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  • Mexico: FAMERAC Lobbies for Stricter Solar Thermal System Standards

    Mexico: FAMERAC Lobbies for Stricter Solar Thermal System Standards

    The election of the new Mexican government in December 2012 officially ended the strategic plan for solar thermal energy, Procalsol. The organisation of solar thermal manufacturers, FAMERAC, has been in talks with the Mexican National Commission for Energy Efficiency (CONUEE) and the new...

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  • Mexico: Procalsol Programme Ends this Year

    Mexico: Procalsol Programme Ends this Year

    The programme Procalsol that started in 2007 will end in December 2012. It has been Mexico’s first long-term scheme to support solar water heating. Experts disagree on whether the end of Procalsol will influence the solar thermal market in the country. In addition, it is not only the...

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  • Solar Water Heating Legislation in Mexico (2009)

    Jaime Brash G., from the Mexican National Commission for Energy Efficiency (CONUEE), made this presentation during a solar heating and cooling workshop which took place in July 2009 in Mexico City.

    The presentation explains the national programme PROCALSOL (2007-2012) created to boost...

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  • Mexico: Every Third Solar System is Used Commercially

    Mexico: Every Third Solar System is Used Commercially

    Commercial use of solar water heaters is gaining momentum in Mexico. Hotels, public swimming pools and industries used about 30 % of the 165,632 m2 (116 MWth) of collector area installed in 2008 to cover their demand in hot water or heating (see the following figure),...

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