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Renewable Energy Trade Mission to Mexico

Dates: May 16-19, 2016
Explore Renewable Energy Opportunities in Mexico

Materials for the webinar on this Renewable Energy Trade Mission to Mexico presented on February 19th at 1:00 EST are available here:

Kenneth E. Hyatt, the Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, will lead a delegation of U.S. renewable energy companies for a series of meetings with government officials, power sector decision makers, potential buyers, and other commercial partners in Mexico City and Monterrey. Mexico’s ambitious energy sector reforms are helping to advance the country’s goals of a more diversified and competitive power market, particularly in the renewable energy sector, where Mexico has the potential to generate 280 terawatt hours (TWh) of renewable power by the year 2030, representing a six-fold increase over today’s levels. U.S. suppliers and service providers of renewable energy technologies stand to reap immense opportunity and benefit from this unprecedented market opportunity in North America.

Venues

  • Mexico City, Mexico 5/16/16-5/18/16
  • Monterrey, Mexico 5/19/16

Trade Mission Features

  • Trade Mission will be led by the Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, Kenneth E. Hyatt
  • Exclusive meetings and roundtables with government officials and energy sector decision makers, including translation services.
  • U.S. Government-led market briefings and networking events.
  • One-day all-access pass to MIREC WEEK, Mexico’s premier trade show and congress for clean energy industries.
  • Options for business-to-business services, including a mission extension to Monterrey for pre-arranged meetings with potential business partners.

Opportunities in All Areas of Renewable Energy including the following sub-sectors

  • Solar Energy
  • Wind Energy
  • Renewable Fuels
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Hydropower Energy

Apply Now, Space is Limited: http://go.usa.gov/cKhgt

Costs for Trade Mission

Mexico City base participation fee:

  • SME’s (Fewer than 500 employees): $1,900.00
  • Large Firms: $2,250.00.
  • Each Additional Representative: $1600.00

Monterrey, Mexico base participation fee:

  • SME’s: $1,400.00
  • Large Firms: $1,700.00.
  • Each Additional Representative: $500.00

Expenses for travel, lodging, meals, and incidentals will be the responsibility of each mission participant.

Registration Deadline

Mission delegates will be accepted on a periodical basis and recruitment will conclude not later than March 17, 2016.

For More Information

Adam O’Malley
Director: Energy and Environmental Industries
Tel: 202-482-4850
adam.omalley@trade.gov

Ethel M. Azueta Glen
Trade Promotion Programs
Tel: 202-482-5388
ethel.glen@trade.gov

Claudia Salgado
U.S. Commercial Service – Mexico City
Tel: +52-55-5080-2000 ext. 5224
claudia.salgado@trade.gov


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