Analysis of the Mexican Distributed Power Generation Market

Insufficient Centralized Electricity Provision Drives the Market


The failure of the traditional model for the electricity market, which includes a large infrastructure for power generation, transmission, and distribution, is laying the groundwork for a distributed power generation (DPG) model. Key activities in isolated areas of Mexico, such as in mining and oil and gas, are expected to increase their gross energy consumption and therefore incorporate new DPG solutions. In isolated areas, DPG is associated with diesel gensets rather than photovoltaic and small wind turbines. Despite certain segments, such as heavy industry, being driven to DPG as a result of high electricity rates, CFE's monopoly as the sole power utility restricts DPG growth through regulations and subsidies to residential consumers.

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The failure of the traditional model for the electricity market, which includes a large infrastructure for power generation, transmission, and distribution, is laying the groundwork for a distributed power generation (DPG) model. Key activities in isolated areas of Mexico, such as in mining and oil and gas, are expected to increase their gross energy consumption and therefore incorporate new DPG solutions. In isolated areas, DPG is associated with diesel gensets rather than photovoltaic and small wind turbines. Despite certain segments, such as heavy industry, being driven to DPG as a result of high electricity rates, CFE's monopoly as the sole power utility restricts DPG growth through regulations and subsidies to residential consumers.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—Market Engineering Measurements (continued)Executive Summary—CEO's PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Overview―Geographic, Segment, and Technological ScopeMarket Overview―DefinitionsMarket Overview―Definitions (continued)Market Overview―Definitions (continued)Market Overview―Definitions (continued)Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Percent of Installed Capacity by Energy TypeMarket Overview—Distribution ChannelsExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Distributed Power Generation MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Forecast and Trends—Distributed Power Generation MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Forecast Assumptions Forecast Assumptions (continued)Forecast Assumptions (continued)Forecast Assumptions (continued)Distributed Power Generation Market—Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionDistributed Power Generation Market—Pricing Trends and Forecast Distributed Power Generation Market—Pricing Trends and Forecast (continued)Distributed Power Generation Market—Pricing Trends and Forecast (continued)Pricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionDemand Analysis—Distributed Power Generation MarketDistributed Power Generation Market—Penetration AnalysisMarket Share and Competitive Analysis—Distributed Power Generation MarketCompetitive Analysis—Market ShareMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentCompetitive Factors and AssessmentThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next StepsList of Other Companies in the Distributed Power Generation MarketTable of Acronyms and Abbreviations




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