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Anti-renewables policies in Mexico are premeditated and not COVID-19 inspired

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20 May 2020

Anti-renewables policies in Mexico are premeditated and not COVID-19 inspired

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This insight examines the recent decision by power market operator CENACE to suspend the connection of new wind and solar capacity to the Mexican grid. Furthermore, the note evaluates the implications of the SENER's grid stability policy published on 15 May 2020. The measures are viewed as a political assault on private investment in wind power and solar PV. Accordingly, the policies negatively impact the prospect of the immediate multi-GW renewable pipeline and the prospect for development of new projects moving forward.

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