Heading to 2030: What the Solar Industry in Mexico could Achieve in Six-years

Tuesday, September 03, 2024

09:30 am - 10:30 am
Centro Citibanamex
Sala D - Piso de Exposición

Mexico joined the Global Renewables and Energy Efficiency Pledge during the COP28, which seeks to triple the world's installed renewable energy generation capacity to at least 11,000 GW by 2030. The new six-year period will be the country's chance to implement policies and regulations that will trigger the use of its vast renewable energy sources at their full potential to met the goals. What can the solar industry contribute immediately and regardless of the speed with which the ideal framework for action is implemented?

09:30 am - 09:45 amPV: High Quality Electrical Energy and Secure Supply Chain

Felix Delgado

Senior Research Analyst

Wood Mackenzie

09:45 am - 10:00 amStorage: Solid Foundations for a Resilient Electrical Grid

Patricia Tatto

Miembro de Consejo Directivo


10:00 am - 10:15 amSolar Thermal: Accelerated Decarbonization

Daniel García


Módulo Solar

10:15 am - 10:30 amDiscussion, Q&A

Patricia Tatto, MERM

Miembro de Consejo Directivo


Law Graduate from the Universidad Iberoamericana with studies in human rights from Birbeck University in the UK, she has dedicated her career to developing and promoting the renewable energy industry in international energy markets, as a technical advisor and business guide in the creation of strategies for the industry in new markets. Director of Ata Mexico and Central America, she advises the entire value chain on the successful implementation of large-scale renewable energy projects. She founded and is the current president of Mujeres en Energía Renovable México AC, a non-profit organization across the renewable energy sector, with the purpose of empowering women in the field of renewable energy in LATAM.

Felix Delgado, Wood Mackenzie

Senior Research Analyst



Daniel García, Módulo Solar



Mechanical and Electrical Engineer graduated from the UNAM. Specialized in renewable energies and senior business management. CEO of Modulo Solar SA de CV. The largest manufacturer of solar heaters in North America. President of FAMERAC (Fabricantes Mexicanos en Energías Renovables AC). Association that brings together the main Mexican manufacturers of renewable energy technologies. Founding member and vice-president of the technical committee for the national solar energy standardization NESO-13. Secretary of organization and secretary of industrial affairs in the National Association of Solar Energy (ANES) in various periods between 2009 and the present. Expert consultant for the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the German Cooperation (GIZ) for various renewable energy projects in Mexico, Panama, Honduras and Cuba. Expert in design, management, installation, commissioning and development of solar energy solutions with more than 20 years of experience. He has been in charge of projects in 10 countries in renowned companies such as: Grupo BIMBO, NESTLE, PEPSICO, BBVA, COCA COLA, ABC Hospitals, Palace Hotels, Holliday Inn chain, Glaxo Smithkline, among others.

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