The change from fossil fuels to clean energies is being driven mainly by the decrease in costs and, also, by new technologies “which makes these clean energies as competitive as conventional ones”. In this webinar we will analyze the current market situation and the potential of PV in Mexico, new financing models for solar projects, and new technology approaches (Perc or mono, bifacials, string inverters vs. central, storage) relevant for the Mexican energy market.
|Date||Wednesday, August 28, 2019|
11:00 Central Daylight Time (CDT)
18:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST)
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
|Speaker||Patricia Tatto , Vice President, ATA Renewables America & Renan Velasco, Senior Technical Advisor, ATA Renewables|
|Moderator||Marisol Oropeza, matters.mx|
Law graduate from the Universidad Iberoamericana with a degree in human rights from the Birbeck University in the United Kingdom, she has dedicated her career to developing and promoting the renewable energy industry in the international energy markets, as a technical advisor and business guide in the creation of strategies for the industry in new markets.
As a VP ata renewables America, advises the entire value chain on the successful implementation of large-scale renewable energy projects. She founded and is the current president of Women in Renewable Energy Mexico AC, MERM a non-profit organization in the entire renewable energy sector, and founder for MERL a network with the purpose of empowering women in the field of renewable energy in LATAM.
Civil Engineer with a Diploma on Project Management from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and a Master Engineering degree, focused on water and energy from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has participated in the development of renewable energy projects on the CFE, Also He has studied strategies for the introduction of new energy generation technologies into the market and currently is performing as Technical Advisor at ATA Renewable, participating from the planning process of renewable energy projects to its construction process.
Born in Mexico and based in Germany since 2004, Marisol's academic and professional background are international and multidisciplinary. She has worked in the public, non-profit and private sector in Mexico and Germany, and has 11 years of experience in the solar heating and cooling market. Her core competencies are in strategic marketing, business development and project management.
Since 2016, she works as business and marketing consultant specializing in the solar heating and cooling market in her own company: matters.mx. She has advised important European companies and organizations, and leads international projects such as the Heat Changers, the Solar Heating Initiative, and Solar Payback.