Mexico

  • Mexico: New Industry Association Protects Local Industry Against Cheap Imports

    Mexico: New Industry Association Protects Local Industry Against Cheap Imports

    Since 1976 in the solar thermal business: Salvador Steffani is the founder and General Director of the collector manufacturer Captasol. His company is initiator of the newly founded Renewable Energy Industry Association FAMERAC and member of the National Association of Solar Energy (ANES...

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  • Mexico Solar Panels for Climate Protection (22.02.2010)

    This short report prepared by DW TV shows how Mexico is trying to reduce CO2 emissions, by launching incentive programmes for the purchase of solar water heater systems in the country, while struggling against the low environmental awareness of the population The TV show interviewed a...

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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: 25,000 “Solar Roofs” Programme

    Mexico: 25,000 “Solar Roofs” Programme

    Small thermosiphon systems are in the focus point of the new 25,000 Solar Roofs Programme of the German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ) in Mexico.

    Photo: GTZ Mexico

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  • Thematic Review of GEF-Financed Solar Thermal Projects (2001)

    This paper reports the developments of four projects financed by the UN Global Environment Facility (GEF) in India, Morocco, Mexico and Egypt. The GEF chose those countries to develop solar thermal power technology as it has shown to be one of the most cost efficient options for renewable bulk...

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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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  • Mexico City Shows the Way to Solar Obligations in Central America

    Mexico City Shows the Way to Solar Obligations in Central America

    Larger flat plate collector systems are gaining momentum in Mexico city, thanks to a Environmental Norm which makes solar water heaters mandatory. The photo shows a 144 m2 collector field of a public swimming pool in the district of Miguel Hidalgo in Mexico City. Quelle: GTZ...

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  • Opening of the Kioto Collector Factory in Mexico

    Opening of the Kioto Collector Factory in Mexico

    Thumbs up! Klaus Meier, general manager of Kioto S.A., Marlon Rechberger, sales director of Kioto S.A. and Robert Kanduth, chairman of the board of Kioto Clear Energy AG(from left to right), are satisfied with their new production unit in the Mexican city of El Salto (Guadalajara). ...

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