18.- Need for greater oil produciton in Mexico [ 2019-03-05 - 14:19:33 ] Mexico, Mar (Notimex) .- The Minister of Energy (Sener, for its acronym in Spanish), Rocío Nahle, assured that the country needs to produce more oil.
 
The official explained at the third forum "New energy policy for the welfare of Mexico", explained that the state-owned company  Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex, for its acronym in Spanish) works on...
17.- Multi-million dollar investments in electricity projected [ 2019-02-27 - 14:39:53 ]

 
Mexico, Feb (Notimex) .- If Mexico reaches the goal of having 25 percent of its electricity coming from renewable energies, the investment could reach 40 billion dollars between 2018 and 2024.
 
The Deputy Minister of Planning and Environmental Policy of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat, for its acronym in Spanish),...
16.- Mexico is heading towards the electric car. [ 2019-02-12 - 14:45:36 ]  
Guadalajara, Feb (Notimex).- In 2030 at the latest, Mexico will only produce electric cars, the general director of the Automotive Cluster in Jalisco, Alexandro Burgueño Rodríguez, said.
 
For this, the conglomerate dedicated to this industry is preparing for the conversion, he stated.
 
He noted that two Mexican companies are already producing...
15.- Mexico with potential to double solar energy production [ 2019-02-11 - 12:04:03 ] Mexico, Feb (Notimex).- The generation of solar energy for businesses and housing sector could double this year, reaching the installation of 700 new megawatts across the country, the company SDE Mexico considered.
 
The company noted that more and more people are discovering the benefits of acquiring a photovoltaic system.
 
"In 2018 around 350...
14.- Polytechnic Institute suggest generating energy from sargasso [ 2019-01-29 - 13:32:07 ] Mexico, Jan (Notimex) .- Researchers at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN, for its acronym in Spanish) are developing a work to generate electricity from the sargasso, the massive algae that affects the coasts of the Mexican Caribbean each year.
 
The innovation of the researcher Norma Patricia Muñoz Sevilla aims to take advantage of the high...
13.- More houses with solar energy projected [ 2019-01-28 - 12:31:34 ] Mexico, Jan (Notimex) .- The company Solar Power plans to increase the contracts to generate solar energy in Mexico from 85 thousand to 100 thousand.
 
Only in 2018 more than 40 thousand photovoltaic systems were installed, an increase of almost 50 percent compared to the previous year, achieving around 500 megawatts of electricity registered.
 
Industry...
12.- Production of biofuels as a means to for energy security [ 2019-01-25 - 11:34:38 ] By Alina Archudia Ramírez
 
Mexico, Jan (Notimex).- It is about time Mexico starts producing biofuels, such as ethanol, as it is the most economical and safe production compared to gasoline and diesel.
 
Experts agree that the eventual development of this industry would greatly contribute to the country's energy security.
 
Mexico has three...
11.- Technologies to generate biofuels are promoted [ 2019-01-22 - 11:46:25 ]
Mexico, Jan (Notimex) - The National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) collaborates in a project of the Innovation Center in Supplies for Bioenergetics and Co-products (Cibioc), with the aim of generating technologies for the biofuels production.
The technical coordinator of the project by the IPN at Cibioc, Raúl Hernández Altamirano, said that Mexico...
10.- Solar energy will be promoted in a fair [ 2019-01-21 - 14:52:48 ] Mexico, Jan (Notimex) - The first fair “Solar Energy Mexico” will be held in March with the participation of companies from Europe, the United States, and China in order to promote new business models for this industry in Mexico.
The companies Deutsche Messe, SNEC and Solar Power International, joined forces to bring this activity to the country.
The...
9.- Hydro-Quebec seeks to boost solar energy in Mexico [ 2018-12-20 - 13:16:51 ] Quebec (Notimex) – Canadian firm Hydro-Quebec is seeking to sign a deal in Mexico to reactivate 60 hydroelectric plants.
The goal is to generate clean energy and lower costs for consumers.
“This is very timely for Mexico because the current hydroelectric plants are not operating at full capacity,” said Mexican President Andrés Manuel López...