Clouds gather over Mexican clean energy sector
by Canning House Associate Fellow Andrew Thompson
Every week, Andrew Thompson draws on his great wealth of knowledge and experience of Latin America to bring our audience in-depth insights on economics, political risk, and business in the region.
This week, he considers the Mexican government's alleged discrimination against renewable energy, following the controversial suspension of grid connections for several solar and wind energy projects in late June.
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Controversy over alleged Mexican government discrimination against renewable energy took a new turn with the Supreme Court ordering on 29 June a temporary suspension of policy changes announced in May by the ministry of energy (Secretaría de Energía – Sener).
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