The Mexican country wants Spain will contribute its experience, specifically in relation to solar and wind energy. Spain, meanwhile, offers highly qualified young people who can not work at home in this and other matters.
The Secretary of Energy, Pedro Joaquin Coldwell graduate, said that Mexico is interested in collaboration with Spain step in renewable energy, particularly solar and wind.
During a meeting with the Ambassador of Spain in Mexico, Manuel Fernández-Cavada Alabart, SENER Holder also mentioned that the Mexican country ranks fourth in the world with the potential to harness their geothermal energy.
He noted that with respect to wind energy, besides the great potential in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, also in Baja California and Tamaulipas are favorable conditions for exploiting this renewable energy.
The Secretary noted that Mexico is useful for the Spanish experience in the field of natural gas, a sector in which investments are expected Spanish companies, especially with the expansion of the Mexican network of pipelines.
The Bachelor Pedro Joaquin Coldwell held the interest of Spain to create a wind energy center in Oaxaca, for research and development, in addition to jobs, generate local trained personnel.Similarly, said the SENER boost its cooperation with the Institute for Diversification and Saving of Energy (IDEA) and the National Renewable Energy Centre (CENER), Spain.
For his part, Ambassador Fernandez-Cavada Alabart mentioned that Spanish investments in Mexico are mainly concentrated in the energy sector, tourism, infrastructure and banks and that his country is a leader in power generation inherent in the wind.
The Spanish diplomat was manifested by the participation of Mexican investments in Spain, particularly small and medium industries and vice versa, adding that his country has highly trained young people about the economic situation prevailing in the country could contribute their experience in Mexico.
He accompanied the ambassador on Economic and Commercial Counsellor, Francisco Javier Garzón Morales.
SENER attended by Secretaries of Hydrocarbons and Energy Transition Planning and Enrique Ochoa Reza, and Leonardo Rodríguez Beltrán, respectively, and the Director General of International Affairs, Alejandro Amerena Carswell.