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From the Energy Transition to the Circular Economy

In the last decade, a combination of major concerns and emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and geopolitical threats have fueled trends like digitalization, decarbonization and decentralization.
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LP Gas, Natural Gas or Green Hydrogen?

David Montaudon, Communications Manager at Hannover Fairs México, says “it is true that the lack of competitors in this sector (LP gas) and regulations geared toward increasing the number of players on this market are factors that distort fuel prices. The same can be said of natural gas, almost 80% of which is imported from...
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Green Hydrogen: A Solution to Intermittency

David Montaudon, Hannover Fairs México Communications Manager says that “thanks to technological progress and increased international interest in the use of green hydrogen, this is expected to be an affordable solution to the variability and intermittency of renewable energies in decades to come.”
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The “Zombie” Infrastructure of the Energy Transition

David Montaudon, Hannover Fairs México Communications Manager, says that “the arrival of the coronavirus and the ongoing energy transition have brought about the closure of fossil-fuel-powered plants, oil fields and refineries decades ahead of projections. The pandemic has shed light on the million-dollar losses abandoned infrastructure like airports, huge industrial and commercial facilities and small,...
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Energy Storage Will Create New Industries in Mexico

Of these premises, the most tangible is our digitalized, wireless world. Today, 60% ofthe world population has access to the Internet.
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DISTRIBUTED SOLAR GENERATION HAS COME INTO ITS OWN IN MEXICO

The three associations representing Mexico’s photovoltaic industry—AMIF, ASOLMEX and ANES— will form a partnership and, with the accompaniment of the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), will compile the first Commercial Information and Distributed Solar Generation Price Index (DSG) Study to support the country’s transition to renewable energies.
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The Sun Will Always Shine on Mexico’s Photovoltaic Industry

In these last few months, we have been exposed to information that would seem to cast a cloud over Mexico’s prospects of becoming a solar power. Uncertainty continues to reign on the home front via-a-vis the renewable energies market, while the coronavirus is threatening to incapacitate the global supply chain for photovoltaic equipment.
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The Social Benefits of a Sustainable Future

Many countries are already enjoying the benefits of the energy transition. According to recent figures published by REN21, in 2018 global investment in renewable energies was approximately three times that of investment in other sources of energy, accounting for 65% of total investment in power generation. In 2019, 43% of all the electricity consumed in...
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The Real Value of Mexican Lithium

In the not-too-distant future, the electric world will be powered by lithium ion batteries.
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