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A Bright Future for Alternative Energy in Mexico | MEXICAN LAW BLOG

A Bright Future for Alternative Energy in Mexico | MEXICAN LAW BLOG | Mexico | Scoop.it

espite Mexico’s potential oil boom in the light of its latest energy reforms and the newly approved Hydrocarbons Transboundary Agreement with the U.S., the country remains invested in its alternative energy resources. Currently, only 7% of Mexico’s energy is from renewable sources. Biomass is in the lead with 3.8%, followed by Geothermal at 1.6% and Hydropower at 1.4%. Finally, solar and wind energy sources are 0.1%.


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Alejandro Pinero's curator insight, January 16, 2014 10:37 AM

Get a full idea of the potential of renewables in Mexico at MIREC2014 (www.mirec2014.com)

Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, January 17, 2014 2:57 PM

Great info for Mexican alternative energy.

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Mexico trade surplus widens, French confidence falls - Financial Times

Mexico trade surplus widens, French confidence falls - Financial Times | Mexico | Scoop.it
Mexico trade surplus widens, French confidence falls Financial Times Seasonally adjusted, factory exports rose 0.36 per cent from September to October, reflecting strengthening US demand in the country where Mexico sends nearly 80 per cent of its...
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Cueva del Raton, in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Cueva del Raton, in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site | Mexico | Scoop.it
Cueva del Raton, in the Sierra de San Francisco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site Blog: http://bajabybus.com/blog/item/6-sierradesanfrancisco
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Solar America Corp providing solar power solutions for homes in Mexico - EcoSeed

Solar America Corp providing solar power solutions for homes in Mexico - EcoSeed | Mexico | Scoop.it
“ Solar America Corp providing solar power solutions for homes in Mexico EcoSeed Under the terms of the agreement, Solar America will provide solar power stations and solar lighting solutions for Los Conejos, a planned community of 700 homes.”
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Overseas buyers increase interest in Mexican property ahead of rule change | Latin America | News

Overseas buyers increase interest in Mexican property ahead of rule change | Latin America | News | Mexico | Scoop.it

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Foreigners will be able to own property in Mexico for the first time in more than 200 years.

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wkmabra's curator insight, January 7, 2014 2:37 PM

Even without the new rules change the real estate markets in Mexico especially places like the Riviera Maya, Tulum and Playa Del Carmen.  The time to invest would be now before any of the proposed changes come into effect.

 

Can you imagine the "gold rush" that is going to happen the moment any foreigner from any country can simply purchase beachfront properties in Mexico just like they do in their home country without any restrictions?  At that point the prices will explode and it will definitely be a SELLER'S "Mexico real estate" market.

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Gustav Eiffel's metal church in Santa Rosalía, Baja California's French Connection

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Gustav Eiffel's metal church in Santa Rosalía, Baja California's French Connection: http://bajabybus.com/blog/item/5-santarosaliabcs
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Will Mexico open its oil industry to the world?—Commentary

Will Mexico open its oil industry to the world?—Commentary | Mexico | Scoop.it
The key issue for Mexico's oil reform isn't privatization, it's whether it will open the industry to international companies, says Dan Yergin.
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The centrist government of Mexico wants it, the right warns it, but the left will have none of it. Opending the oil industry. 

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