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The 2nd Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress

Accelerating renewable energy development in Mexico / 29—30 May 2013, Mexico City, Mexico

The 2nd Mexican International Renewable Energy CongressThe 2nd Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress

With over 400 attendees and a sold-out exhibition room, the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress 2012 was a huge success. With 65 presentations from the who’s- who of the industry framed by 10 hours networking time, this event is one of a kind in the Mexican market.

Join us in 2013 to gain the latest industry insights and meet senior level industry professionals from the domestic and international market ready to do business.

To Download the 2012 Post Event Report Please Click Here

Why Attend & Why Mexico?

  • Vast Untapped Resources- Mexico has an estimated 45GW solar potential and 71GW wind power potential

  • Ambitious Targets-Mexico beat its own renewable energy target by generating 26% of electricity from renewables in 2012, aiming for 35% by 2024. There is now a target to install 12GW of wind power by 2020

  • Growing Electricity Demand- Mexico will require an estimated 27GW of new capacity over the next 15 years to cover growing demand

  • Stable Investment Environment- Private clean energy investment in Mexico increased by 273% in 2010, with Latin America attracting $63.1billion investment in 2011

  • An Emerging Manufacturing Superpower- With heavy industry relocating to Mexico opportunities for commercial scale generation are huge

  • Committed to Sustainable Growth - Mexico has become only industrialising nation to put into national legislation long-term climate targets


What's new for 2013?

  • New Government, New Game Plan? Be the first to hear from the new heads of government on their strategy for renewable energy

  • Over 70 high level speakers representing the organisations you need to hear from- including the CFE and CRE

  • More dedicated wind and solar content than ever before to address these industries in greater depth

  • Mexican Renewable Finance Day will tackle the key issue of obtaining finance for your projects indepth

  • Over 30 hours of networking, including VIP drinks, evening cocktail reception, speed networking and the Mexican International Renewable Energy Awards

  • Green Power Academy training tasters to bring you up to speed with the technical side of the market

Past attendees include key developers, financiers, government representatives and many more:

Sowitec de Mexico Energias Renovables • Goldwind • Geobat Energia Sl • Energia Renovable De Sonora • Port of San Diego • Aldesa Energias Renovables • Deublin de Mexico, • Geomembranas • Energeo • Frontera Renovable • Eco One Energy LLC • Union Fenosa Operacion Mexico • Energeo • enXco/EDF-EN • Recursos Eolicos de Mexico • China WindPower Group • Impulsora Latinoamericana de Energia Renovable • AMDA energia • Equilibrio • Grupo Salinas • WindPower de Mexico • Acciona Energia Mexico • Iberdrola Energia Altamira de Servicios • Intergen • EDF Energies Nouvelles • Protecsa Ingenieria • Sherwin Williams • Sumitomo Corporation of America • Banco Santander • Conduit Capital Partners • Macquarie Capital • Abt Associates • GRE Invest Management UK Ltd • Diblo Corporativo • Estrattego • Bayern • North American Development Bank • Corporate Properties of the Americas • IFC • Bureau Veritas North America • El Financiero • FOMECAR • BANOBRAS (National Development Bank for Public Works & Services) • NAFIN (Mexicos largest development bank) • Goldman Sachs • EXIM Bank • CAF • Scotia Capital (USA) Inc/ Bank of Nova Scotia • Comision Federal de Electricidad • Secretaria de Turismo y Desarollo Economico • Embassy of the United States in Mexico • Municipality of Andujar • Comision Reguladora de Energia • SEMARNAT • SENER • Baja California Energy Commission • Non-Conventional Energy Unit • United Nations Development Programme • Baja California Energy Commission • USAID • UpWind Solutions • Alstom Power Inc • Gamesa Wind US LLC • GE Energy • Siemens Energy Inc • Preneal Mexico • Vestas Towers • Schnieder Electric and more...

For all the latest news and to connect with the Mexican solar industry join the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress group on LinkedIn

Confirmed 2013 speakers already include:

  1. Ernesto Bachtold Moreno, Director of Environmental Impact of Renewable Energy Resources,SEMARNAT

  2. Alejandro Peraza García, Director General, Comisión Reguladora de Energía (CRE)

  3. David Munoz, General Director of the State Energy Commission, Baja California

  4. Alberto Melendez Apodaca, Secretary of Planning, Regional and Metropolitan Development, Hidalgo

Solar Power Mexico:

  •  Cesar Martín, General Manager, Consorcio Integrador Sonora80M

  •  Nancy Hartsoch, Vice President, Solfocus

  •  Edgar Arvizu, Head, Power Markets & Strategy, Gestamp Solar

  •  Alvaro Lentz, President, ANES

  •  Fernando Arriaga, Chief Executive Officer, Granite Chief

  •  Rob Powell, Director General, Envolta

  •  Dr. Victor Hugo Rangel Hernandez, Executive Director, Mexican Centre of Renewables

  •  Andre Von Franzius, Head, Solar Projects, Desmex Solar

  •  Kai Schluetter, Managing Partner, Internovum

  •  Donald William Walter, President, Sonora Energy Group de Hermosillo (SEGH)

  •  Carlos Flores, Managing Director, Conermex

  •  Carlos García Suarez, Chief Executive Officer, Tecnoma Energia Sostenible

  •  Jorge Torres, Director, Sales New Markets, SMA Solar

  •  Senior Representative, Sun Edison

  •  John Berdner, General Manager, North America, SolarEdge

  •  Jesse Jones, Vice President, Finance and Development, Gehrlicher Solar

  •  Martin Amtmann, Director, Renewable Energy, GIZ

  •  Alexander von Welczeck, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Clean Power Goup

Wind Power Mexico:

  •  Eduardo Andrade Iturribarria, Corporate Director, Latin America, Iberdrola

  •  Alexander von Welczeck, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer, Clean Power Goup

  •  Manuel Gomez Peña, Director of Sustainability, Wal- Mart

  •  Franciso Avelar, Vice President, Financial Planning, Grupo Bimbo

  •  Carlos St. James, President, Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE)

  •  Mannti Cummins, Director, Wind Energy, American Shoreline

  •  Duncan Wood, Director of the Mexico Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

  •  Alejandro Nyssen, General Manager, Environmental Impact Assessment Expert, SIGEA

  •  Enrique Mayer, Director, Technical and Manufacturing, Nestlé Group Mexico

  •  Loic Le Gall, Business Manager, Meteodyn America

  •  Alejandro Velasco, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Energia Renovable y Vias Terrestres (ERYVITSA)

  •  Jose Luis Alfaro, Wind Resources Analyst, CLIMATIK

  •  Todd E. Alexander, Partner, Chadbourne & Parke

  •   Luis Aguirre- Torres, President and Chief Executive Officer, Green Momentum

Renewable Energy Finance Forum Mexico:
Friday 31st May 2013, Camino- Real Polanco, Mexico City

Don't miss out on this post event forum gathering the most influential financiers in the region to discuss opportunities for national and international financing for the Mexican renewables industry. Click here for the full agenda.

  • Jose Ruiz, Director, Project Development, North American Development Bank

  • Marian Aguirre, Project Finance Division, Environmental Projects, Bancomext

  • Daniel Mallo, Managing Director, Project Finance, Société Générale

  • John Paul Moscarella, Senior Managing Director, Emerging Energy & Environment CleanTech Fund

  • George Osorio, Managing Partner, Conduit Capital

  • Dino Barajas, Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld

  • Randy Avon, Chief Executive Officer, Asian Pacific Development Corp

  • Pablo Sánchez, Head of Structured Finance for Mexico, BBVA Bancomer

  • Arnaldo Vieira de Carvalho, Lead Energy Specialist, Inter- American Development Bank

  • Paul Fratamico, Managing Director, BRIC Advisory

Transmission Forum Mexico:
Friday 31st May 2013, Camino- Real Polanco, Mexico City

This half day transmission workshop will address Mexico's national transmission capacity and the impact of renewable energy integration, as well as the growing opportunities for energy export to the United States. A full agenda will be available shortly.

  • Rob Guthrie, Business Initiatives Specialist, Office of Renewable Energy & Environmental Exports, U.S. Export-Import Bank

  • Bill Bojorquez, Vice President, Hunt Power

  • Senior Representative, ABB

  • Brian Schmidly, Coordinator, Mexico, Desertec

  • Miguel Ángel Avila Rosales, Honoury Consultant, CFE and Senior Engineer, IEEE

Testimonials from MIREC 2012:
- “Thank you for everything, the event was a success!!! Congratulations to you and your colleagues” - Paulina Dominguez, ABB México

- “A big congratulations on a successful first Solar Power Mexico.  I hear the solar segment was quite well-attended, which is great news for us!” - Rosanne Lee, Project Manager, SolFocus

- “What a great turnout to your Mexico show. We really enjoyed meeting you” - Nico Johnson, Field Marketing Manager, Americas, Trina Solar

- “It was a good experience to participate in MIREC, exchanging views with experts from other countries, learning and updating about the state of the art of the solar technology and receiving useful references of their present costs. It was a productive meeting” Roberto Canedas Tovar, Deputy Manager of Renewable Energy Projects, CFE

- “I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated attending the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress 2012.  It was a good forum to engage with colleagues and share important information and insights, specifically around the Mexican energy markets.   Hat’s off to you and the organizers.”
Dan Arvizu, Director and Chief Executive, US DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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