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“We put the client’s interests ahead of our own and we always maintain an independent perspective.”

Kijana A. Mack, Director

Cross-Border Corporate Strategy

Power Purchase Agreements

Corporate Governance

Legal Risk Management

Capital Markets

Paola Moreno, Director

Renewable Energy Policy

Power and Electricity Markets

Energy Efficiency

Project Finance Risks

Regulatory Affairs

Gabriel Vigueras, Director

RealWear Market Representative

Corporate Strategy

Technology and Innovation

Industrial Efficiency

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Office Locations

United States

30 Wall Street

New York, NY 10005

Tel +01 212 901 8601

Monterrey

Ricardo Margáin 33, Col. Valle del Campestre

San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo Leon, 66265

Tel  +52 81 2188 0179

Mexico City

Lago Alberto 319, Col. Granada

CDMX, Mexico 11520

Tel  +52 55 8652 8023

Queretaro

Blvd. Bernardo Quintana 302

Queretaro, Mexico 76090

Tel  +52 55 8652 8023

The Natural Gas Industry in Mexico

New pipelines have enormous potential to support increased natural gas production in Mexico and also reduce the costs of imports. Although there is already an impressive pipeline infrastructure for transporting natural gas from the U.S. into Mexico, it does not reach the entire country. Most of the less expensive piped gas goes only to the northern states of Mexico, in part to provide power for factories.

An Overview of Virtual Power Purchase Agreements

For many years, the market for clean energy was limited by unstable prices. Energy prices are generally difficult to predict, but clean energy adds the uncertainty of new technologies and the weather. Within a small area, spot prices for wind power can literally go whichever way the wind blows. However, virtual power purchase agreements (PPAs) are creating new ways to reduce price volatility and expand the market for clean energy.

Frequently Asked Questions About Power Purchase Agreements in Mexico

A power purchase agreement sets out the terms of a bi-lateral agreement in which one organization buys energy from another. The main elements of a power purchase agreement include the price for capacity, the price for energy (basically, the marginal cost of electricity), and the number of years that it will last.

Solar Power in Mexico Enjoys Strong Fundamentals

Mexico was the first country to commit to specific targets under the Paris Climate Agreement, and achieving those targets is driving solar energy in the country.

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