On 12 November, Samuel Garcia, the Nuevo Leon governor, formally announced his bid for the presidency under the banner of the center-left Citizens’ Movement. The party has become a platform for the young scions of political royalty like Monterrey Mayor Luis Donaldo Colosio — the son of a PRI presidential candidate assassinated in 1994 — or Juan Ignacio Zavala, the nephew of former President Felipe Calderon.
Horizon Engage’s Senior Analyst Alexia Bautista hosted Mexico’s former Deputy Secretary of Energy Leonardo Beltran for an in-depth look at the 2024 presidential elections in Mexico and their impact on foreign direct investors.
Opposition presidential candidate Sen. Xochitl Galvez wants a radical transformation of Mexico’s energy sector. How would Galvez power Mexico?
When she was mayor of Mexico City, Sheinbaum championed bus electrification and installed solar panels at the Central de Abastos, the largest food market in Latin America. Her dual roles as a scientist and government official seemingly indicate green credentials. However, the reality is that Sheinbam has chosen politics over science.
One of the first public figures to propose Mexican Sen. Xochitl Galvez as opposition presidential candidate was Jorge Castaneda.
If you want a meeting with Mexican presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum, you need to reach out to Luisa Abreu. A journalist by training, she has worked with Sheinbaum since 2015, when Abreu became the chief of staff of the then-mayor of Tlalpan.
Recently, Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) announced plans to construct a green hydrogen (H2) plant in Oaxaca state, marking a favorable step in the country’s renewable energy landscape.
Senator Xóchitl Gálvez is gaining significant attention as an unconventional contender for Mexico’s upcoming 2024 presidential election.
Sonora Governor Alfonso Durazo recently showcased the Puerto Penasco solar plan, a prime example of renewable energy gaining momentum in Mexico.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) prodded Congress to fast-track approval of a mining law reform, thereby paving the way for the nationalization of the lithium industry.