Visit the Intersolar Stage where exhibiting companies and organizations from the solar industry will present the latest developments in solar energy, their products, services, and projects in 30-minute sessions throughout the three days of the exhibition. Interact with key industry players with them at the Q&A session and networking after their presentation. Access is free of charge.
Current situation of the electricity market, analysing the challenges and opportunities presented by the migration from a basic market to a qualified market
Andrea Lozano, General Director BID Energy, President, Mexican Association of Qualified Suppliers, Partner, Women in Renewable Energy Mexico (MERM)
We will present the communication campaigns that have had the most impact, the lessons learned from the podcast that is setting the standard internationally and the new platforms that will take solar heat to the next level
Marisol Oropeza, Fundadora, Heat Changers
Solar energy systems (thermal or photovoltaic) are projects that are integrated into a set of pre-established elements, installed and operated in businesses or industries and therefore the method of integration and interconnection must be studied, designed, verified and inspected, which is why professionalization must be comprehensive.
David Contreras, President, CIMEJ
Empowering Energy: Building a New Gender Paradigm in the Energy Ecosystem
Encouraging women's participation in the energy sector is a catalyst for transforming the energy industry by embracing the gender perspective and creating opportunities for women to contribute to innovation and change to drive the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and achieve the energy transition
Alejandra Campos, Board of Directors, REDMEREE
Association of the Photovoltaic Industry, AMIF
We will make a brief analysis of the prospects for the DSG market and introduce the association, to share the benefits and advantages of joining
Manuel Gómez Herrera, Executive Director, AMIF
Through sustainable management, companies can conserve resources, reduce emissions and make their contribution to climate protection. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) analyses and reporting can provide valuable information. They can create long-term value for stakeholders and significantly affect a company's financial metrics by providing better information and appropriate risk management for investment decisions. Meeting the needs of CAMEXA members, the sustainable development area offers different services through committees, trainings and technology transfer.
Carolin Antoni, Manager Sustainable Development Department, CAMEXA