Solar project developers, IPPs, investors, lenders, equipment suppliers, EPCs and other key industry players will gather in Mexico City at what is quickly becoming the premier solar event in Mexico. 2016 is a breakthrough year for solar in Mexico and Solar Mexico 2016 will tap into all the latest developments taking place in the market. Solar Mexico is the perfect place to stay in tune with the movements in the market and to network with the market players who are moving Mexico’s solar industry forward. Above all, Solar Mexico is about making Mexico’s solar industry and its players a success.
Plus, don’t miss the Pre-Summit Workshop: Energy Projects and Social License in Mexico– As social impact evaluations become a requirement to develop energy projects in Mexico, learn everything you need to plan your engagement strategy.
Miguel Ángel Alonso Rubio
General Director /Country Manager
ACCIONA ENERGÍA MÉXICO
Senior Director, Project & Structured Finance – Latin America
Sales Director, Project Development
Stefan Diaz Ellinghaus
NORD/LB NORDDEUTSCHE LANDESBANK GIROZENTRALE
Senior Vice President, Americas Power Plants
MACQUARIE ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS LATAM
Regional Manager for Latin America
Managing Director, Latin America
BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNCH
Director for Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America
CANADIAN SOLAR, INC.
EVP, Head of Americas
AMP SOLAR GROUP
Sam Pothecary | PV Magazine
The Chinese company has signed the agreement with local wholesale distributor of solar products DM Solar, for the company’s popular modules that will be mainly used for small and medium-scale projects, as Canadian Solar raises its profile in the Latin American country.Read More
Franc Contreras | CCTV America
Mexico has set an ambitious goal of switching to clean energy by 2024. Sources like wind and solar are expected to make up more than one-third of the country’s electricity. And foreign companies are playing a role to help meet that goal.Read More
By: Keryn Schneider, Suniva, Inc. |
Suniva, Inc., a leading American manufacturer of high-efficiency solar cells and modules, with headquarters in metro-Atlanta and manufacturing facilities in Georgia and Michigan, recently announced that Suniva’s Executive Vice President of Commercial Operations, Matt Card, has been appointed by the U.S. Departments of Commerce and Energy to the U.S. Section of the recently launched U.S.-Mexico Energy Business Council.Read More