She holds a Master in Economic Law and a Law Degree from the Universidad Panamericana and is currently the Director of Institutional and Regulatory Relations at Kino Energía, the largest renewable assets platform - solar and wind - in Mexico with an installed capacity of 1.8 GW. She has extensive experience in the Mexican energy sector having worked in both the public and private sectors. She has worked in several law firms, in the Legal Affairs Unit of the Energy Regulatory Commission, with the founding team of the consultancy Enix, S.C., was responsible for Regulatory Affairs at AES Mexico/EnerAB and prior to her current position, she was Director of Corporate Affairs, Regulation and Social Responsibility at Zuma Energía. She is actively involved in the Mexican Electricity Sector Associations - she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Mexican Solar Energy Association (ASOLMEX) and of the Mexican Hydrogen Association (AMH), and was Head Coordinator of the Regulatory Strategy Group of the Mexican Wind Energy Association (AMDEE). In the academic field, she has been an adjunct professor of Comparative Law at the Law School of the Universidad Panamericana and guest professor of Energy Transition in the Energy Law Specialization at the Law School of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She is a partner of Mujeres en Energías Renovables.
05:00 pm - 06:00 pm
The panel will bring together representatives of four solar associations in Mexico: ANES, AMIF and FAMERAC to identify areas of convergence to create synergies and define common lines of work that promote the sustained growth of the solar industry and strengthen its positioning in the energy transition on the eve of the 2024 presidential elections.