Business and marketing strategist specialized in the solar thermal market at matters.mx, based in Berlin. She holds a Degree in Business Administration from the UNAM and a Master in European Studies from the Hochschule Bremen in Germany. She completed an exchange semester at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, studied International Cooperation for Sustainable Development at the Technische Universtität Kaiserslautern, and is a graduate of the altMBA programme on leadership and business management of the American Seth Godin. She has worked in the public and private sectors in Mexico and Germany and has 15 years of experience in the solar thermal sector. She has advised major European companies and organizations and lead international projects such as the Heat Changers and the Solar Heating Initiative. She is Secretary for International Affairs of the ANES and works for Intersolar Mexico since 2019.
09:30 am - 10:00 am
This panel discussion will analyze the factors that have contributed to the growth of the most important solar markets in Latin America, exploring areas of learning and collaboration that will contribute to a sustained and inclusive growth of the solar market in Mexico. It will also analyze the crucial impact that women have on the transition to more sustainable and affordable energy.
01:30 pm - 02:00 pm
This panel will discuss the trend to offer technologies and designs that maximize solar energy production in a limited space, allowing for more efficient and cost-effective generation of renewable energy. Cases of projects in operation will be presented that demonstrate the feasibility of projects that integrate photovoltaic and solar thermal systems to offer an integrated energy solution.
09:30 am - 10:00 am
Different countries and regions of the world are competing for leadership in terms of competitiveness and economic growth while accelerating the energy transition. This panel will discuss the case of the European Union, the Spanish solar market and the opportunities presented in the current context in Mexico.