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The German-Mexican Energy Partnership

Germany and Mexico work together to enhance energy efficiency, make greater use of renewable energy, increase transparency in the fossil fuel sector and deliver on their international commitments. Together they are transforming their energy systems opening up important new fields of business.

We support high-level political dialogue, facilitate B2G and fertile business environments, enhance exchange of best-practices and communicate about the German and Mexican energy transitions.

Facts & Figures

Population

Mexico and Germany are among the 20 most populated countries in the world and in their respective regions: Mexico the third in the Americas, Germany the first in Europe.

Mexico
125.77
million
Germany
83.08
million

Source: IEA (2021)

Total Final Energy Consumption

Even though Mexico has a large population, its energy consumption remains fairly low in comparison to Germany. As a middle-income country, Mexico has opportunities to grow and alleviate poverty based on a clean energy consumption. Growing the economy and expanding Mexico’s middle-class while supporting CO2 emissions reduction goals requires greater energy efficiency and renewable energy production.

In the case of Germany, the Energiewende sets the baseline for a transformation of the way energy is produced and consumed, maintaining the patterns of use of energy.

Mexico
5.21
Petajoule
Germany
9.32
Petajoule

Sources: IEA (2021)

Clean Energy Goals for 2050

Both Germany and Mexico have set themselves ambitious 2050 goals for the transformation of their power sectors. While Mexico’s 2050 goal includes as well cogeneration or CCS, the country starts from a much lower level. Interim goals are set at 25% by 2018 and 35% by 2024. At the same time, Germany´s electricity supply should consist of at least an 80 percent share of renewable energy by 2050. There are also intermediate targets of 40% to 45% share by 2025 and up to 65% by 2030.

Mexico
50 %
Germany
80 %

About the Energy Partnership

Germany and Mexico decided to further enhance and deepen their successful energy sector collaboration by establishing the bilateral Energy Partnership.

This format enables an exchange of best practices and experiences between key stakeholders, aiming to address common challenges, such as climate change and the provision of technological and economic viable solutions for the success of the energy transition.

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Milestones

In April 2016, the German Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy and the Mexican State Secretary of Energy signed a joint declaration of intent for a bilateral energy partnership. Through its numerous initiatives and activities, the partnership is constantly enhancing the bilateral cooperation and supporting the transformation of energy systems.

19
August
2021
19 August 2021

Toolbox: Work Sessions with Public Policy Instruments. – Subnational Level Action webinar series with the State of Puebla

29
July
2021
29 July 2021

Solar Power Mexico: “Green Hydrogen: the energetic future of Mexico”

20
July
2021
20 July 2021

Specialized workshops at subnational level with the Mexican-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CAMEXA)

24
June
2021
24 June 2021 Event

Latin America Energy Week: “Shaping the Future of Energy”

13
April
2021
13 April 2021 Event

Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), the National Institute of Electricity and Clean Energies (INEEL) and GIZ Mexico

26
February
2021
26 February 2021 Event

Distributed electricity generation, local solutions for the energy transition. - Subnational Level Action webinar series with the State of Puebla

17
February
2021
17 February 2021 Event

Local Business Council – German Chapter. Enhancing cooperation in the energy sector

22
January
2021
22 January 2021 Event

Co-benefits. Promoting renewable energies and energy efficiency - Subnational Level Action webinar series with the State of Puebla

25
November
2020
25 November 2020 Event

Signing of the Collaboration Agreement with the Government of Veracruz

05
November
2020
05 November 2020 Event

Rethinking the Energy Sector: Blockchain and Energy. INCmty 2020 Virtual Festival

27
October
2020
27 October 2020 Event

Where do we stand on the energy transition? - Subnational Level Action webinar series with the State of Puebla

28
November
2019
28 November 2019 Event

Energy Sector Innovation: digitalization, finance and decentralization

26
November
2019
26 November 2019 Event

Support of the “Energy transitions in Latin America” IEA hosted event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

10
October
2019
10 October 2019 Event

Innovation and entrepreneurship for the transformation of the energy sector, ITM León

04
September
2019
04 September 2019 Event

Digitalization and solar energy

25
July
2019
25 July 2019 Event

Energy sector trends: innovation and digitalization

16
July
2019
16 July 2019 Delegation

Energy Partnership at IRENA Innovation Day 2019

04
June
2019
04 June 2019 Delegation

"Cocineros solares" in Oaxaca

16
April
2019
16 April 2019 Event

Follow-up meeting, Ambassador Tempel and Minister Nahle

21
February
2019
21 February 2019 Event

SENER and BMWi committed to the future

09
January
2019
09 January 2019 Event

Meeting between the German Ambassador to Mexico and the Mexican Secretary of Energy

13
December
2018
13 December 2018 Event

Meeting with the Mexican Ambassador to Germany

13
November
2018
13 November 2018 Event

Digitalization of the Energy Sector

03
September
2018
03 September 2018 Event

Energy Partnership Summer Reception

25
June
2018
25 June 2018 Delegation

Transparency in Extractive Industries

23
April
2018
23 April 2018 Conference

Energy Partnership at Hannover Messe 2018

23
April
2018
23 April 2018 B2G ENERGY COUNCIL & STEERING GROUP MEETINGS

Energy Business meets Governments

12
April
2018
12 April 2018 BINATIONAL COMMISSION

Binational Commission between SE and BMWi

11
December
2017
Nicole David and Thorsten Herdan at the table signing documents.
11 December 2017 B2G Energy Council

B2G Energy Council: Foundation Laid

11
September
2017
Members of the high-level steering group at the table, Former State Secretary Rainer Baake
11 September 2017 Steering Group Meeting

Decision on Activities 2017-2018

11
September
2017
“Power Markets” with BMWi and SENER
11 September 2017 Conference

“Power Markets” with BMWi and SENER

What We Can Do For You

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Support Political Dialogue

The German-Mexican Energy Partnership is a platform supporting a high-level intergovernmental dialogue on energy matters. We prepare and facilitate high-level meetings. We support the implementation of agreed activities. We organize the exchange between relevant institutions in Germany and Mexico.

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Promote Best-Practice Exchange

Nobody is forced to repeat the mistake of the other. To learn from one another is therefore key to the German-Mexican Energy Partnership. We arrange and accompany expert delegations. We organize workshops and trainings-on-the-job. All for the sake of promoting what is already there: best-practice.

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Connect Business and Politics

We build bridges between politics and business, facilitate access to decision-makers and help you make your position being heard in the partnership countries.

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Enhance Energy Transition Communication

Clear communication translates undertakings into understanding. We do communicate through various channels. About the Energiewende and the Transición Energética. Here and there. Online and offline.

Events

23 September 2021

Online Event: "Puebla: Local detonation of Green Hydrogen"

Puebla: Local detonation of Green Hydrogen

Thursday 23rd, 2021

Online event

The Secretariat of the German-Mexican Energy Partnership (EP) organizes and participates together with the Energy Agency of the State of Puebla (AEEP) and the consultancy agency Hinicio in the online event "Puebla: Local detonation of Green Hydrogen". The event will consist of two round tables where the speakers will dialogue and disseminate the potential of green hydrogen at the national level and in the state of Puebla.

 

To tune to the live broadcast of this event @EnergiaPuebla

23
September
2021
19 August 2021

Fourth Webinar of the Online Regional Forum on Energy Transition “Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”

Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions  

August 19th, 2021  

Webinar   

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Mexico, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Territorial Planning of Puebla and the Universidad Popular Autónoma of the State of Puebla (UPAEP), extends a cordial invitation to the Virtual Regional Forum: "Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions" to its Fourth Webinar "Toolbox: Work Sessions with Public Policy Instruments", which will take place Thursday, August 19, at 11:00 a.m. 
 
During this virtual forum, 3 simultaneous worktables will be held: 

  • Socio-economic co-benefits of sustainable energy 
  • Distributed generation - community and cooperative energy 
  • Implementation of Energy Management Systems through Learning Networks 

 

To register at the worktable of your interest 

19
August
2021
29 June 2021

Solar Power Mexico 2021

Green Hydrogen: The energetic future of Mexico  

June 29th, 2021 

Webinar  

Through the organization Solar Power Mexico, the EP participates in one of its free webinars to discuss the importance and opportunities of the production of green hydrogen in Mexico.

To register 

29
June
2021
08 September 2021

Energize your pitch! Tips and tricks for effective start-up pitches

Ever wondered how to take your start-up pitch from just okay to the wow-factor? What are the most common mistakes made by energy start-ups when building their pitch deck and presenting their business? Which presentation methods can persuade investors and alike to hop on-board, especially when trying to bridge out to international markets?

 

We invite start-ups and young entrepreneurs in the Energy Partnership countries to an interactive workshop on developing their skills in presenting and representing their company to investors and in international markets.

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08
September
2021
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06 September 2021

Network it out! Building strategic energy networks for start-up success

How important are networks and ecosystems for energy start-ups? How can start-ups network better, waste less time and find the right partners and contacts that will take their business to the next level?  What are effective ways these young companies can tap into international ecosystems and markets?

This workshop invites start-ups, young entrepreneurs and start-up facilitators in the Energy Partnership countries to an intensive and interactive training on how to build essential, well-targeted networks for success.

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06
September
2021
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22 June 2021

Latin America Energy Week “Shaping the Future of Energy”

Advancing the energy transition through co-creation and innovations focused on the future 

22-24th June, 2021  

Online event  

The event organized by Siemens Energy approaches the challenges that all the energy industry currently faces when trying to build new sustainable, trustworthy and affordable energy systems. The event foccuses on the role Latin America has in the transformation of this sector. Specifically, the EP participates with a panel titled “Advancing the energy transition through co-creation and innovations focused on the future” in the last day.  

To register 

13 May 2021

Siemens Energy Innovation Days

The Energy for Tomorrow  

May 13th, 2021  

Virtual Forum  

On the margins of the Collaboration Agreement signed with Siemens Energy Mexico to propitiate the dialogue and cooperation between diferent sectors regarding innovation topics that allow the transformation of the energy sector in Mexico the German-Mexican Energy Partnership (EP)  team participates in the third day of the forum, “The Energy for Tomorrow,” discussing and moderating a panel regarding Mexico’s potential for the production and usage of green hydrogen.    

To livestream the event

21 April 2021

Talent Land: Blockchain Land @Home

Innovation and Future: Blockchain in Energy  

April 21st, 2021  

Virtual Panel  

The EP, together with Siemens Energy Mexico, shares their knowledge and vision about Blockchain technology, its development and how it relates to the energy sector in Mexico. Additionally, the Chilean startup Phineal shares the idea that coronated them as the winning team of the first edition of the "Blockchain in Energy Transformation Challenge". 

 To livestream the event 

16 March 2021

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2021

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BEDT21)

March 16th and 19th, 2021

International Forum (Online) 

The EP Secretariat accompanies the participation of the virtual Mexican delegation to the international forum on energy transition BEDT21. Rocío Nahle, Secretary of Energy of the Mexican Federal Government, participates in the forum by delivering a message on energy transition and efficiency in Mexico.

23 February 2021

Third Webinar of the Online Regional Forum on Energy Transition “Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”

Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions  

February 23rd, 2021  

Webinar   

During this session, the role of distributed generation of electricity for the energy transition and its implications and benefits for the subnational level is discussed. The session is organized in cooperation with the GIZ project Supporting the Energy Transition (TrEM), commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).  

17 February 2021

Third Session (online) of the Local Business Council – German Chapter

Local Business Council – German Chapter  

February 17th and 18th, 2021   

Third Session (online)                                                                             

The EP, with the participation of BMWi, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Mexico, CAMEXA, and representatives from different private organizations of the energy sector in Mexico, participates in an important dialogue session dedicated to the analysis and strengthening of energy policy, and the advancement on the best practices and experiences exchange regarding energy transition and energy efficiency in the industry.

22 January 2021

Second Webinar of the Online Regional Forum on Energy Transition “Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”

Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions 

January 22nd, 2021   

Webinar   

In the session, organized and implemented in cooperation with the GIZ project CONECC (Enhancing the coherence of climate and energy policies in Mexico), commissioned by the Federal German Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), topics related to the social and economic co-benefits of the energy transition are discussed. 

05 November 2020

Presentation of the study: “Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector”

Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector  

November 5th, 2020  

Online presentation  

On the margins of INC Mty 2020 festival, the EP Secretariat presents the study “Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector”, with the main objective of providing a general view on the basic technical aspects of such technology, its application, and transforming potential. Besides identifying three possible use cases, the study offers a series of recommendations to foster the adoption of Blockchain technology in the energy sector.  

05 November 2020

Award Ceremony of the “Blockchain in Energy Transformation Challenge” 

Blockchain in Energy Transformation Challenge 

November 5th, 2020  

Online award ceremony  

On the margins of the festival INC Mty 2020, the EP with Siemens Energy Mexico announce the winning teams of “Blockchain in Energy Transformation Challenge”. The teams who are coronated were evaluated by a committee integrated by academic and technical profiles on finances, energy, digitalization, and Blockchain.

27 October 2020

First Webinar of the Online Regional Forum on Energy Transition “Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”

Global Trends in Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions  

October 27th, 2020  

Webinar   

Representatives from the Mexican Federal Government, the German Embassy in Mexico and the Government of Puebla, discuss the role and relevance of subnational governments in the global-local Energiewende (energy transition), the international commitments designed to fight climate change and the dialogue and best practices exchange regarding energy and climate change.

05 October 2020

Conference: “Digitalization and Solar Industry”

44th Solar Energy National Week  

October 5th-9th, 2020 

Online conference  

The secretariat of the German- Mexican Energy Partnership participates in the  XLIV Solar Energy National Week organized by the National Association of Solar Energy (ANES) with a conference.  

01 September 2020

Workshops on digitalization and start-ups

Workshops on digitalization and start-ups  

September 2020  

Online workshops  

As part of the implementation of the “Blockchain in Energy Transformation Challenge”, the EP and Siemens Energy Mexico organize a series of workshops and info-sessions, in collaboration with start-up and digitalization experts, to introduce an open platform specifically designed to find the best Blockchain-based ideas, innovative solutions and business models, that could pave the future of the Mexican energy sector.  

01 June 2020

Webinar: “Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”

Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions  

June 2020  

Webinar  

In close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development and Land Use Planning of the State of Puebla and various GIZ projects in Mexico, and with the participation of the Agentur für Erneuerbare Energien (AEE) e.V., the EP organizes and implements the Webinar “Energy Transition and Climate Change: Subnational Level Actions”. During the session, experts present some mechanisms, policies, and technologies that could be potentially implemented at the subnational level in Mexico in order to achieve climate and clean energies’ generation goals.  Additionally, several initiatives and local reference cases from Germany to promote the energy transition are presented.  

01 May 2020

Online workshop series “Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector”

Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector 

May 2020 

Online workshops  

As part of the preparation process for the development of the specialized study “Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector” and with the support of the International Consulting Firm KPMG Mexico, the EP organizes and implements online workshops with national and international experts on energy, digitalization, and Blockchain.

29 April 2020

Online conference: "Energy and Innovation: Blockchain in the energy transition"

Energy and Innovation: Blockchain in the Energy Transition
29 April, 2020
Virtual Conference

To contribute to the development of a digitalized energy sector, the EP organizes the virtual conference "Blockchain in the Energy Transition". Experts from the energy, Blockchain and digitalization sectors will discuss the preliminary results of the specialized study “Blockchain in the Mexican Energy Sector”, providing analysis on potential uses cases of said technology for the energy sector and for the energy transition in general.

Click here to access the event agenda.

Join the online session (in English) here.

29
April
2020
28 November 2019

Energy Sector Innovation: digitalization, finance and decentralization

Energy Sector Innovation: digitalization, finance and decentralization
28 November, 2019
Centro CitiBanamex, Mexico City, MEX

The German-Mexican Energy Partnership in coordination with the Inter American Development Bank, the Mexican Banks Association and the Bilateral GIZ Programs "Implementation of the Energy Transition in Mexico" and " Large Scale Solar Energy in Mexico", will host the "Energy Sector Innovation: digitalization, finance and decentralization" event. For the ocassion, experts from Mexico, Germany and other countries will adress two relevant topics: digitalization and decentralization of the power sector and sustainable distributed generation financing.

For a detailed agenda click here.

09 October 2019

Industrial Transformation Mexico 2019

ITM 2019
09-11 October, 2019
Poliforum León, León, Guanajuato, MEX

Mexico had a successful participation in Hannover Messe 2018. As a result, innovation and digital transformation of the Mexican industrial sector, focusing on: airspace, electronics, IT, medicine, biotech, automotive, cybersecurity and energy industries, will be addressed during Industrial Transformation Mexico 2019.

04 September 2019

Workshop: Digitalisation & Solar in Mexico

Workshop: Digitalisation & Solar in Mexico
04 September 2019
Hotel Novit, Mexico City, MEX

Organized by: Asolmex & Solar Power Europe, Supported by GIZ México.

The energy sector has begun a fundamental transformation from an old analogue system to a fully digital network. Solar will drive this change as it offers new ways of selling, controlling and gaining revenue from smart installations. In this workshop, ASOLMEX and Solar Power Europe will present in detail their new joint report on “Digitalisation & solar in Mexico”. This cooperation is supported by the “Large Scale Solar Energy” Program of the German-Mexican bilateral technical cooperation, implemented by GIZ on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

Workshop only open for ASOLMEX and Solar Power Europe members.

03 September 2019

GreenExpo 2019 + Intersolar Mexico

The GreenExpo 2019 + Intersolar Mexico
03-05 September, 2019
World Trade Center (WTC), Mexico-City, MEX

GreenExpo + Intersolar Mexico will display innovative renewable energy and environment solutions, focusing on technology trends and B2B networking for the Mexican clean energy sector. As in previous occasions, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) of the Federal Republic of Germany, via Mittelstand Global, will have its interactive pavilion.

09 April 2019

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) 2019

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2019
09-10 April, 2019
Federal Foreign Office, Werderscher Markt 1, 10117 Berlin, GER

The Dialogue on the global energy transition continues with high-level participants from politics, industry, science and civil society. Do not miss the chance to be part of the 5th Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue. 

Important to know: There will be a whole range of Energiewende events during the Berlin Energy Week from 8 - 12 April 2019.

 

14 November 2018

Leveraging digitalization - Blockchain meets Energy

14-15 November
Hotel Barceló México Reforma, Paseo de la Reforma 1, Tabacalera, 06030, , Mexico-City, MEX

A global trend is observable in regards to the energy system:  It is rapidly changing from an analog world of a highly centralized, fossil fuel-based generation and transmission system to a new paradigm. New challenges within a future electric system will be defined by a high percentage of renewables and customer-sited smart technologies, such as rooftop solar, battery energy storage, electric vehicles, smart thermostats and more. Thus, leaving utilities as well as regulators with new tasks. Blockchains might add a new level of digital integrity, security and allow the grid to advance to a highly automated system based on smart contracts.

Within our two-day workshop, we tackled a number of challenges regarding blockchains: the technological side, energy specific use cases as well as possible issues for regulators. Speakers and participants represented exactly those fields: Start-ups, developers, corporates, utilities as well as ministries joined the discussion and extended their knowledge in each field.

 

13 November 2018

Leveraging digitalization - Cybersecurity in the Power Sector

13 November 2018
Hotel Barceló México Reforma, Paseo de la Reforma 1, Tabacalera, 06030, Mexico-City, MEX

At the German-Mexican Energy Partnership we want to contribute to the discussion on cybersecurity and digitalization of the energy sector. The liberalization of electricity markets, as well as the system integration of variable renewable energy, require that there be a reliable and safe energy system. In that regard, the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), the Mexican System Operator (CENACE) and the Energy Partnership jointly organized a discussion forum in which academics, public sector representatives, regulators, as well as companies, debate about the needs and challenges of cybersecurity.

04 October 2018

2nd Meeting of the Mexican Energy Business Committee

2nd Meeting Mexican Energy Business Committee
October 4th 2018, 10:30pm – 12:00pm
Secretaria de Energía (SENER), Mexico-City, MEX

On invitation by the Mexican Ministry of Energy (SENER), the second meeting of the “Mexican Energy Business Committee” of the German-Mexican Energy Partnership took place on October, 4th.

04 September 2018

GreenExpo 2018

The GreenExpo 2018
04-06 September, 2018
World Trade Center (WTC), Mexico-City, MEX

On the occasion of the German participation at the "Green Expo 2018" the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) invited participants to an evening reception at the German pavilion.

03 September 2018

2nd Meeting of the German Energy Business Committee

2nd Meeting German Energy Business Committee
September 3rd 2018, 04:00pm – 07:00pm
Hacienda de los Morales, Polanco, Mexico-City, MEX

On invitation by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Mexico and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in coordination with CAMEXA and GTAI, the second meeting of the “German Energy Business Committee” of the German-Mexican Energy Partnership took place on September, 3rd.

 

01 August 2018

#CocktailFirst and 1st International Meeting on EEN and EMS in Mexico

1-2 August 2018

Hotel Radisson Paraíso Perisur, Cuspide 53, Col, Parques del Pedregal, 14010 Ciudad de México, CDMX

Cocktail and event to celebrate the First International Meeting on Energy Efficiency Networks and Energy Management Systems in Mexico.

17 April 2018

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue (BETD) 2018

Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2018
17-18 April, 2018
Federal Foreign Office, Werderscher Markt 1, 10117 Berlin, GER

Yearly event organized by the German Federal Government in the recent developments of the Energy Transition.

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German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

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The central task of the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy is to reinvigorate the social market economy, stay innovative in the long term and strengthen the social fabric in Germany. The Ministry has the necessary legal, administrative and coordinating mandate to fulfil this mission, e.g. in the area of energy.

Secretaría de Energía

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Mexico's Energy Ministry (Secretaría de Energía, SENER)

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Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

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Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

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The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) has worked to protect the public from environmental toxins and radiation and establish an intelligent and efficient use of raw materials; it has advanced climate action and promoted a use of natural resources that conserves biodiversity and secures habitats.

Federal Foreign Office

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The Federal Foreign Office represents Germany’s interests to the world. It promotes international exchange and offers protection and assistance to Germans abroad.

Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores

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Mexico's Foreign Ministry (Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, SRE)

Comisión Reguladora de Energía

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Mexico's energy regulatory commission CRE is the entity in charge of regulating in a transparent, impartial and efficient way the gas industries, the refined oil products and electricity.

National Center for Energy Control

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The National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) is Mexico's Independent System Operator. It is in charge of operation and control, wholesale electricty market, planning and open access.

Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía

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The Mexican National Commission for Efficient Use of Energy (Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía, CONUEE)

Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau

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The German KfW (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau) is the world largest national development bank.

Cámara Mexicano-Alemana de Comercio e Industria

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The German AHK (Auslandshandelskammer) is active in Mexico since 1929 and know unter the abbreviation CAMEXA (Cámara Mexicano- Alemana de Comercio e Industria). It is an organisation with more than 800 member companies, providing a number of services and representing the interests of German business in Mexico.

Germany Trade & Invest

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Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the economic development agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. GTAI supports German companies setting up in foreign markets, promotes Germany as a business location and assists foreign companies setting up in Germany.

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