CEADIR Series: Unlocking Investment for Mexico's Clean Energy Goals

Mexico adopted ambitious greenhouse gas mitigation goals through its General Law on Climate Change and the Nationally Determined Contribution submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Mexico also adopted landmark legal reforms that are expected to unleash the development of renewable energies and accelerate energy efficiency investments, including a Clean Energy Certificates market and a law on energy transition. On April 12, the CEADIR discussion series explored the linkages between Mexico’s climate change mitigation and clean energy goals.

 
Speakers
  • Santiago Enriquez, Climate Change and Environmental Specialist for CEADIR, highlighted CEADIR’s research on energy efficiency and greenhouse gas mitigation in Mexico.
  • Claudio Alatorre, Lead Climate Change Specialist of the Inter-American Development Bank, discussed opportunities to use climate finance to support clean energy investments in Mexico.
  • Lisa Viscidi, Program Director for Energy, Climate Change and Extractive Industries of the Inter-American Dialogue and co-author of Clean Energy Innovation in Latin America, highlighted Mexico’s opportunities to expand clean energy innovation to meet climate change mitigation goals and boost economic growth.
 

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Country
Mexico
Sectors
Adaptation, Energy
Strategic Objective
Mitigation
Topics
Climate Finance, Climate Policy, Clean Energy, Mitigation
Region
Latin America & Caribbean

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