Free Webinar: The Mexican Solar Water Heating Market

Hot topics from the top 5 market worldwide

The Mexican solar heating market is very dynamic and is ranked top 5 in the list of growing markets worldwide. During the last decade, it has diversified and, now, there are solutions for more energy security and cost reductions in single- and multifamily-buildings, as well as in businesses from the services and industrial sectors.

Intersolar has partnered with ANES and FAMERAC, two associations from the solar thermal sector, and their presidents will share the latest information and trends from this fast-growing market.


Date Thursday, August 22, 2019

12:00 Central Daylight Time (CDT)

19:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST)
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Duration ca. 60 minutes
Fee Free of charge - limited participation
Speaker Daniel García (FAMERAC), Dra. Angélica Quiñones (ANES)
Moderator Marisol Oropeza,



Dr. Angélica Quiñones, President of ANES

  • Chair of the NESO-13 standardization committee.
  • Doctorate in Energy by the Engineering Institute from the UNAM.
  • Master Degree in Engineering from the UNAM and Antonio Caso medalist for the best master's thesis.
  • Electric and Electronic Engineer specializing in Energy Systems from the UNAM.
  • Specialist in radiometric measurements, mainly in the ultraviolet spectrum and solar energy, developed a model of UV radiation under Mexican conditions. 
  • Professor of at the Faculty of Engineering of the UNAM.
  • Radiometric Station Manager of the Engineering Institute from the UNAM.
  • Mentor Senior Network of Women in Energy and Energy Efficiency REDMEREE.
  • Has given more than 60 lectures.

Daniel García, President of FEMERAC

  • Electrical mechanical engineer graduated from UNAM.
  • Specialist in renewable energies and top management of companies.
  • CEO and member of the board of directors of Módulo Solar, the largest manufacturer of solar thermal collectors in North America.
  • Vice President of the Technical Committee for National Standardization in Solar Energy (NESO-13).
  • Member of the Advisory Council for the Energy Transition of the Mexican government.

Marisol Oropeza, Solar Marketing Strategist, Mexico

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: She has advised important European companies and organizations, and leads international projects such as the Heat Changers, the Solar Heating Initiative, and Solar Payback.