Vision for Renewable Energy in Mexico Looks Promising

When it comes to renewable energy investments, Mexico is at the forefront for foreign investors who are looking to manufacturing in Mexico while the country moves to more solar and wind projects. In fact, the renewable energy movement in Mexican manufacturing is huge when it comes to how this country is pursuing power sources other than fossil fuels. Also, there are recent U.S. and United Nations studies that points to Mexico leading the way in developing more "green" energy programs.

Mexican manufacturing goes green

At a time when manufacturing in Mexico is booming, there is an associated trend for the country to spend more on natural energy projects to help boost the overall production and sales of clean-energy technologies and processes.

Moreover, the UN Environment Program (UNEP) praised Mexico for its processes for creating more low-carbon green energies that is designed to make the country more focused on green energy manufacturing both today and in the future. The UNEP also stated in a news release how Mexico is jumping on this global trend to go “green” with the development of more solar and wind manufacturing and technology performance.

Mexico surges in green energy investment

The UNEP report on regional surges in green energy investment pointed to spending growing steadily in Mexico as investments continue to pour in from the U.S. and other foreign countries that understand the importance of emerging economies when it comes to cost-competitiveness for wind and solar power manufacturing. In fact, a U.S. Department of Energy report notes how investments in environmentally friendly energy sources are shifting to developing nations such as Mexico with its energy grid construction that is also providing huge investment openings for U.S. and other foreign company investment.

For instance, Mexico has an international reputation as an energy producer. However, the country is moving away from just focusing foreign investments on its vast natural oil reserves. In turn, Mexico is presenting investors with an opportunity to invest in its new energy grid construction projects that are powered by wind and solar sources over previous methods that focused more on oil and other fossil fuels.

Promoting solar resources in Mexico

Mexico’s government has been at the forefront in the trend to reduce carbon emissions by more than 30% during the current decade, states information from the country’s energy agency that is currently promoting the development of wind and solar power sources to meet the country’s growing electricity requirements.

Another aspect of Mexico’s planning for more natural energy investments and partnerships is linked to a plan that will export surplus energy produced in Mexico to nearby partners in the U.S. In turn, this Mexico – U.S. natural energy partnership is spawning new interest for overseas investors who view the exporting of energy as a lucrative new green market for investment.

Overall, Mexico continues to be at the cutting-edge when it comes to the development of solar and wind energy sources and other renewable resource programs.

Megan Richford
Executive Marketing Asissitant
megan.richford@napsmexico.com
Phone: 858-794-7947
Toll free: 800-551-8581

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With over 20 years of experience doing business in Mexico, NAPS can provide expert commentary on trends and changes in the industry. NAPS offers administrative support services for companies manufacturing in Mexico. Administrative services include: Site Selection, HR, Recruitment, Accounting, Payroll, Customs, Environmental and Corporate Compliance. For more information contact NAPS at 858.794-7947 or visit our website

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