Policy Shift to Impact Renewable Energy Projects in Mexico
Article from: OGEL 4 (2020), in Mexico's Oil and Gas Sector Reform
Between April and May 2020, the Mexican federal government, through the Ministry of Energy, the Energy Regulatory Commission, and the National Center for Energy Control, issued a new set of regulations that reflect a major change in policy concerning the participation of the private sector in Mexico's electric industry. Contrary to the international trend to accommodate and support renewable sources of electricity, Mexico's current administration's policy is to advance the interests and market share of state-owned CFE, whose generation plants are primarily conventional. From ...