Mexico

  • XLIII Semana Nacional de Energía Solar, Nuevo Vallarta

    The 43nd National Week of Solar Energy (XLIII Semana Nacional de Energía Solar) will be held in Nuevo Vallarta, from 14 to 18 October 2019. The event is organized by the National Solar Energy Association (ANES). Researchers, scholars, students, businessmen, government officers, non-government...
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  • C&I solar heat gains popularity in Mexico

    The Mexican solar thermal market continued to grow slightly in 2018. The newly installed collector area was up by 4 %, although some government programmes were stopped or changed because of last year’s presidential elections. Flat plate, vacuum tube and unglazed collectors each took a third...
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  • Intersolar Mexico, Mexico City

    Making its debut in 2019, Intersolar Mexico serves as the industry’s go-to source for invaluable technology trends and premier B2B contacts in the promising Mexican solar market. The event takes place in the World Trade Center (Pepsi Center) in Mexico City from September 3 to 5, 2019 and is co-...
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  • Mexican quality standard published but not yet in force

    The implementation of Mexico’s new NOM-027-ENER/SCFI-2018 standard on solar water heaters has been postponed. Following its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation on 28 August 2018, it was expected to take effect 120 days later. Last December, however, the government...
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  • A closer look at six Latin American and Caribbean markets

    Fundación Bariloche, a private-sector research institute based in Argentina, has recently published a report on the differences between the solar thermal markets in Barbados, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay. The authors of the study take a look at key factors for growth, such as...
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  • Three November events to promote SHIP

    A lot of efforts still need to be put into raising awareness about solar thermal technologies meeting industrial heat demand. But the good news is that there are three events planned for November to promote solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP) among solar technology suppliers and end...
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  • Solar heat in 10 Mexico City hospitals

    Mexico City has invested Mexican Peso (MXN) 14.7 million – about EUR 672,000 – in bringing solar water heating to 10 public hospitals via PACCM, its Climate Action Programme 2012-2020. The aim is to reduce fuel consumption by 35 % to save MXN 4 million and 446 tonnes of carbon dioxide...
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  • Evaluating 20 quotations for solar systems in hotels

    The pilot phase of the support scheme MiSol - Solar Heat for Hotels on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico was successful. On 3 May, the first MiSol-supported solar system at a La Quinta Inns & Suites Hotel was inaugurated. MiSol has been promoting the use of solar thermal among 80...
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  • Sector coupling still at an early stage

    ‘Sector coupling’ has become one of the most well-known terms to describe the transformation of energy markets. It had originally been created for models that use surplus renewables, such as wind and solar electricity, to provide heat and power new means of transport. International...
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  • 42. National Week of Solar Energy, Mexico City

    The 42nd National Week of Solar Energy (XLII Semana Nacional de Energía Solar) will be held in Mexico City, from 14 to 16 November 2018. The event is organized by the National Solar Energy Association (ANES). Researchers, scholars, students, businessmen, government officers, non-government...
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  • Renewables 2018 Global Status Report

    “Racing down the renewable electricity pathway only”

    The Renewables 2018 Global Status Report illustrates the sharp difference in growth between the renewable electricity and heat markets. Whereas PV had another record year, with newly installed capacity totalling at least 98 GWp in 2017, up from 75 GWp, and...
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