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Mexican Minister of Energy Confirmed to Speak at Region’s Largest Renewable Energy Congre
London, UK: 6th February 2012: Jordy Herrera, the Mexican Minister of Energy, has confirmed his participation at Green Power Conferences’ Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress (MIREC), which will take place in Mexico City this May.
Mr Herrera will be joined at the congress by representatives from the CFE, CRE and SEMARNAT – who will discuss ways of constructing a favourable environment for the development of renewable energy in Mexico.
“Mexico is a world leader in renewable energy development, and we are thrilled that Mr Herrera will be joining us at MIREC to help further advance this exciting market” said Sophy Searight, Event Director at Green Power Conferences.
About the Mexican International Renewable Energy Conference
The Mexican International Renewable Energy Congress brings together the Mexican renewable energy community to drive forward this important sector at a time of unprecedented change in the market.
As regulation and legislature change to allow private involvement this is a critical time to create the strategy that will maximise the opportunities presented by Mexico’s world-leading renewable resources.
Assembling power producers, Ministers, and energy officials from across the country, MIREC builds on the success of the Wind Power Mexico 2011 event and expands to include the rapidly developing solar market. With Mexico’s geothermal market well established but ripe for evolution, GeoPower Mexico is also a crucial part of this comprehensive congress.
About Green Power Conferences
Green Power Conferences is the market leader in renewable energy conferences
Since 2003, over 15,000 delegates have attended over 180 conferences, exhibitions, workshops and training courses providing strategic business intelligence to the renewable energy and sustainability industries.
Our expertise lies in producing high quality, interactive conferences that provide ample networking opportunities for delegates, sponsors and partners.
Our events create micro-market places for utilities, developers, investors, suppliers and policy makers to meet, do business and develop partnerships.