Renewing Mexico’s Energy Future

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Mexico is facing a threat that puts its future economic development at stake: the difficulty of gaining access to energy inputs that are necessary for the development of its industrial and commercial activities, as well as to satisfy household and agricultural consumption.  In response, several political forces have proposed changes on the current regulatory framework. However, little has been said on institutional modifications of sustainable development, even when the country is highly vulnerable to exacerbated climatic phenomena, due to an increase on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Taking this into account, the Center of Research for Development (CIDAC) elaborated five recommendations for Mexico to achieve an energy transition towards a larger inclusion of renewable sources in its energy basket that may provide sustainable production activities as well as economic development.


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