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Kijana Mack, Mexico Energy Partners

Kijana A. Mack, Executive Director

Kijana Mack is an Executive Director in the Corporate Strategy and Energy Finance Group at Mexico Energy Partners. Kijana advises the world's largest multinational companies on issues related to energy procurement, energy efficiency, and infrastructure projects in Mexico.

Prior to forming Mexico Energy Partners, Kijana spent five years with Moody’s Investors Service, working in both New York and Latin America covering the mining, energy, and infrastructure sectors. Prior to joining Moody’s, Kijana was a senior member of the Capital Markets Group at Cambridge Associates, the world's largest institutional investment consulting firm.

Kijana graduated with a B.S. in Finance from Morgan State University and holds an M.B.A. from Loyola University’s Sellinger School of Business. He is also a Director at Energy Holdings International LLC (EHI Corp.) and is a regular contributor to various news outlets including Reuters, BN Americas, and Infrastructure Insights.

Mexico Energy Partners, Paola Moreno

Paola Moreno, Executive Director

Paola Moreno leads the renewable energy practice at Mexico Energy Partners and her insights create value for clients with challenges related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and optimizing fuel supplies. Paola also has specialized expertise on issues related to climate change, renewable energy technologies, transformer installation, and regulatory policy.

Paola holds a Master of Science in Technological Systems Management: Energy, Technology, and Policy from Stony Brook University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Colombia.

Mexico Energy Insights

Renewable Energy in Mexico City
Renewable Energy in Mexico City

July 05, 2022

CDMX is leading the renewable city movement, allocating $17.1 million a year to distributed solar capacity and aiming to add 350 MW by 2024. It also hopes to produce 2.1 million liters of biodiesel per year from residual cooking oil, starting in 2024.

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Strong Fundamentals for Energy Storage in Mexico
Strong Fundamentals for Energy Storage in Mexico

June 29, 2022

Solar power has come a long way in Mexico, with 6,160 MW of cumulative utility-scale solar capacity at the end of 2021. However, the country’s battery storage facilities are still limited, meaning that power generation is not optimized. 

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Top 7 Factors Driving Solar Lighting in Mexico
Top 7 Factors Driving Solar Lighting in Mexico

June 28, 2022

More efficient LED lights, better solar panels, and battery technology all contribute to longer run times. Longer run times do far more than just reduce costs. They also expand potential applications. In remote areas, where conventional grid sources are either expensive or not available, increased run times are crucial. 

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