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The Opportunity Costs of the New Electricity Reform

David Montaudon, Communications Manager for Hannover Fairs Mexico: “By virtue of its strategic geographical location alone, Mexico is ranked among the countries with the best wind and solar resources. Approximately 85 percent of its territory has the potential to generate twice the electricity of any European country with the same installed photovoltaic capacity.”
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The Energy Transition Concerns Us All

David Montaudon, Communications Manager for Hannover Fairs Mexico: “Germany, China, the United States, South Korea, Australia and Chile have created mechanisms to engage all actors in the new era of the electricity prosumer. These are exciting times, when industries, companies, homes and individuals can generate their own electricity, help diversify their country´s grids and contribute...
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Green Hydrogen and the New Space Race

David Montaudon, Communications Manager for Hannover Fairs Mexico: “It is vital to avoid fuels that damage the upper layers of our atmosphere in these early stages of ‘space tourism’ that takes us beyond our common home: planet Earth.”
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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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Minerals, Essential Inputs in the Energy Transition

David Montaudon, Communications Manager for Hannover Fairs Mexico: “By virtue of its strategic geographical location alone, Mexico is ranked among the countries with the best wind and solar resources. Approximately 85 percent of its territory has the potential to generate twice the electricity of any European country with the same installed photovoltaic capacity.”
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The Decisive Decade for Climate Change

David Montaudon, Communications Manager for Hannover Fairs Mexico: “The United Nations Environment Program calculates we need to reduce annual global carbon emissions by 7.6 percent this decade and invest US$460 billion a year in renewable energies through 2030.”
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