Making sense of Mexico's renewable energy auctions (Latin American Energy Review)

10 / FEB / 2017
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Carlos St. James / Latin American Energy Review

In 2016 Mexico established itself as perhaps the most desirable renewable energy market in Latin America. What’s more, its two auctions – free of tax incentives and subsidies – left no doubt to the world that renewable energy is viable and can compete head-on with any technology or fuel source.

As Mexico prepares for its 2017 auctions, the winners of the first two in 2016 merit a closer look — especially in light of heightened economic uncertainty in the country. These auctions have proven to be the most sophisticated in the region.

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