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Mexico Power Industry: The End of Legados to Push Private Markets

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Grandfathered projects known as Legados are power plants subject to the generation permit granted or in process of being granted under the repealed law of the Public Electricity Service. Mostly, Legados were designed for satisfying demand of industrial and commercial clients. In some cases, the power plants are a good alternative to supply of Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), or...

Energy Companies Involved in Mexico Should Review PPAs, Project Finance Contracts

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Before Mexico’s energy reform of 2013, private companies had a limited participation in the electricity market. Among other opportunities, power generation was particularly attractive due to the fact that self-supply and co-generation projects were anchored on guaranteed demand, secured with a power purchase agreement (PPA) and structured with a project finance model.Read more > External...

U.S. Companies Leave China and Travel South to Mexico

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Packing Tape Practical Joke by Lenore Edman

Packing Tape Practical Joke by Lenore Edman U.S. companies that rushed to China in the early 2000s to expand their production are now considering moving back to North America, Mexico to be precise. One of the reasons behind the sudden shift is the rapidly increasing labor costs in the Asian country. The other is the eagerness of Mexican workers and the government itself to make the most from the...

What Would the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Mean for Mexico?

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Water under the bridge, little rock arch, splash of the Pacific Ocean, South Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

Photo credit: Water under the bridge, little rock arch, splash of the Pacific Ocean, South Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico by Wonderlane In 2012, the nine countries comprising the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) embraced Mexico as a tenth member before Canada and Japan. U.S. officials commented that all members – United States, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Chile, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and...

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Alberto Esenaro

I am a Mexican lawyer with experience in technology, energy, automotive, infrastructure and business. Worked for law firms, international companies and Government bodies on business advice, regulatory compliance and litigation. Follow me at https://mx.linkedin.com/in/albertoesenaro or https://twitter.com/DoBusinessMX

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