PROGRAM

Wednesday, May 26th

9:00 - 10:00

WIND POWER, HOW ARE WE GOING? NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL OVERVIEW

Experts will share their opinion on the current status of Mexico and the world in the wind power sector, prospects and international actions that will trigger the growth of wind energy globally in the coming years, we will listen to their vision on a future scenario.

10:00 – 11:30

TOWARDS A MARKET WITH ENERGY SECURITY

In Mexico, the wind power market represents 13.6 million dollars in investment with 65 wind farms in operation in 13 Mexican states and a production of 22.5 TWh per year. The last year has represented a major challenge for companies in the wind power sector with the promotion of regulatory changes with the aim of reducing the participation of companies in the market, it is necessary to analyze what direction companies should take in the face of the challenge that the Mexican energy market represents, in terms of prices, technological diversification. Analyze international experiences that guarantee energy security and explain how other countries have faced similar situations.

Moderator: Juan Ignacio Sánchez, Head of Department Energy Advisory, Spain, Portugal and Latam, DNV

11:30 - 11:40

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11:40 - 12:30

ECONOMIC COMPETITION: CORNERSTONE OF THE ENERGY SECTOR

The Mexican economy is integrated into international markets; an example of which are exports to the United States, which represent 40% of the national GDP. The increase in energy prices will directly translate into the loss of competitiveness for the country. This presentation will analyze the implications that the changes will have for wind energy companies and for Mexico in the level of competition against other markets, identifying the impacts to mitigate the actions business efforts should be directed.

12:30 - 14:00

CHALLENGES DURING IMPLEMENTATION WIND ENERGY AND ENERGY STORAGE OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH GREEN HYDROGEN

  • Energy storage through green H2
  • Scientific challenges for high penetration of wind energy in the Mexican power grid
  • Status of hydrogen technologies, challenges and early markets in the Mexican energy sector

Moderator: Tatiana Romero, Researcher, INEEL

PROGRAM

Thursday, May 27th

9:00 – 10:30

WHERE IS ENERGY POLICY GOING? INTERNATIONAL CASES LESSONS LEARNED, THE CASE OF MEXICO

In the last year the Mexican energy sector has been involved in a series of regulatory changes that open the door to discretionality and represent new paradigms for companies with wind projects, this scenario is not alien to other economies and markets with high penetration of renewables.
This panel will analyze how other countries have dealt with cases similar to the one Mexico is going through, and will provide a comprehensive vision and concrete models of how to act in light of the direction the country is taking.

10:30 - 12:00

5.0 MW TECHNOLOGIES: THE NEXT GENERATION - A HYBRID FUTURE".

This panel will address the future and projection of renewable projects, How is the future of next generation wind farms projected for the coming years? What technical specifications and technological advances are coming? How will the integration of solar and wind energy develop? What will be the financial and technical benefits of hybrid projects in the coming years and why should companies go for integration?

Moderator: Carlos Albero, Market Area Manager Iberia and LATAM Energy Systems, DNV

12:00 - 12:10

Break

12:10 - 13:20

LIE REFORM: STRATEGIES AND PROSPECTS FOR THE WIND ENERGY SECTOR".

After the proposed Reform to the Electricity Industry Law that could end in a Constitutional Reform by the current Administration, it is necessary to be clear about what and how companies should act. What implications these changes will have and how they should prepare themselves legally and commercially for the coming years. This panel will analyze how and when the changes could become effective once approved, what scenario companies should expect and where to direct their efforts, how the reforms would be executed and what elements they should take into account.

13:20 - 14:20

Wind Power O&M business is facing an expansion of new ideas, technologies and economic models that are creating profound change in the future of the industry. Additionally, organizations have challenges with market demands and provide a seamless consumer experience. Only those organizations and leaders who can keep up with the dynamism and ensure business continuity will thrive. Whether it is startups or large companies, it is imperative to identify future challenges in the verticals. What does the Wind Power O&M market look like in the future? What is the biggest opportunity in the future Wind Power O&M market? How can it be achieved?

13:20 - 14:20

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Wind Power O&M business is facing an expansion of new ideas, technologies and economic models that are creating profound change in the future of the industry. Additionally, organizations have challenges with market demands and provide a seamless consumer experience. Only those organizations and leaders who can keep up with the dynamism and ensure business continuity will thrive. Whether it is startups or large companies, it is imperative to identify future challenges in the verticals. What does the Wind Power O&M market look like in the future? What is the biggest opportunity in the future Wind Power O&M market? How can it be achieved?

* Program subject to change.