Geothermal conference GeoPower Mexico, Mexico City, May 15, 2012

Mexico City Cathedral, Mexico (source: flickr/ Francisco Diez, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 31 Jan 2012

GeoPower Mexico will feature geothermal energy presentations and discussions as part of the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress (MIREC) in Mexico City, May 15, 2012.

The inaugural GeoPower Mexico meeting is part of the Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress (MIREC) – which will bring together solar and wind industry experts, legislators and regulators, along with the geothermal community, to drive forward the renewable sector at a time of unprecedented change.

Registration is now open GeoPower Mexico attendees can either attend the plenary session on day one followed by the GeoPower Mexico meeting, or attend the full two days of MIREC to benefit from conference sessions covering finance and supply chain issues and the roundtable networking discussions on 16 May .

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Mexico is a world leader in geothermal installed capacity, and is working to increase the percentage of energy provided by this critical resource. Join us at GeoPower Mexico for a unique opportunity to debate the future, both public and private sector, of geothermal generation in the region.

Key Insights

Understanding the Mexican Resource, with speakers including:

  • Gerardo Hiriart, Chief Executive Officer, ENAL
  • Luis C.A. Gutiérrez-Negrín, Vice President, Mexican Geothermal Association

Possibilities for Private Geothermal Development, with speakers including:

  • Enrique Guzman Lara, Deputy Director General of Electricity and Renewable Energy, CRE
  • José Luis Quijano, Treasurer, Mexican Geothermal Association
Source and details: Conference website