With Mexico’s wind sector experiencing rapid growth, Mexico WindPower 2014 is surely the place to be for anyone interested in wind energy. We are looking forward to actively supporting the event.
New York (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
The event is to take place on February 26-27, 2014 at Centro Banamex, Mexico City. Mexico Wind Power 2014 will bring together government representatives with the leaders of wind energy companies, research and development professionals and academics. With the Mexican government’s optimism at reaching a wind energy target of 12GW by 2020, Mexico WindPower 2014 is geared up to be a dynamic and solutions-driven industry event.
John Davenport, Chief Editor for the Daily Fusion, said: “With Mexico’s wind sector experiencing rapid growth, Mexico WindPower 2014 is surely the place to be for anyone interested in wind energy. We are looking forward to actively supporting the event.”
Mexico as a nation shows great potential in this field, and according to the Energy Secretary (SENER) Initiative for the Development of Renewable Energy in Mexico, “Research shows the relevance that wind power is having on Mexico’s technology within the energy sector, with 1,370 MW already in operation and a potential development of 12,000 MW additional competitive farms. This clearly would have a positive impact on the Mexican economy, not only in terms of investment but also in creating jobs, to consolidate sustainable growth, and to potentially detonate an entire industry along with all its value chain.”
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About Mexico WindPower 2014:
Mexico WindPower 2014 represents the most anticipated gathering of key players from within the wind power industry including representatives from three levels of government, businesses, experts, academics and professionals, all seeking Mexico’s latest trends and business solutions.
The conference program will cover topics including sustainable development, technology trends, finance & investment, the value chain and electric system operation, and will include presentations and debates from a mix of speakers who will bring both local and international perspectives. The conference program will also include presentations on the latest wind technologies and innovations.
For more information on Mexico WindPower, please see the event website http://www.mexicowindpower.com.mx/2014/home-08-eng.html.