Panel: How to ride the turbulence in Mexican energy markets
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador failed to pass his energy counter-reform in early 2022, which provided some relief for private actors in the Mexican energy sector. However, experts expect new power projects to continue to face headwinds when attempting to obtain permits due to bureaucratic obstacles and investment has slowed since the days of the renewable capacity auctions, creating much uncertainty. This panel will discuss:
- How will lower courts’ discretion to resolve injunctions affect legal uncertainty and future investment in the power sector?
- Despite failing to pass his ‘counter-reforms’, will CFE be able to maintain a market share of 54% . How CFE’s prominence affect Mexico’s goals to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050?
- What trends are we seeing in PPA and spot prices and how is this affecting financing?
- Where will investment come from for the power expansion required to meet demand if the CFE alone cannot support Mexico’s total investment requirements?
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