Towards aNorth AmericanRenewableEnergy MarketLeonardo Beltran, MPA/IDCEC-JPAC SessionToronto, April 18, 2012
Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
1.- Energy Picture            Primary Energy Consumption*                                                         (2010)  ...
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Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
2.- Mexican regulatory                                    energy frameworkConstitution    –   Articles: 25, 27, and 28  Ac...
Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
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Leonardo Beltrán, a Mexican energy consultant, former government energy official, spoke at the April 18 public forum on North America's Energy Future. Find out more at http://www.cec.org/energy2012

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Leonardo Beltrán: Towards a North American Renewable Energy Market

  1. 1. Towards aNorth AmericanRenewableEnergy MarketLeonardo Beltran, MPA/IDCEC-JPAC SessionToronto, April 18, 2012
  2. 2. Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
  3. 3. Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
  4. 4. 1.- Energy Picture Primary Energy Consumption* (2010) World North America North America Mexico Asia 23% 6% Pacific Canada 38% 11% S. & Cent. America 5% US Europe & 83% Eurasia Middle 25% East Africa 6% 3%* Source: BP Statistical Review
  5. 5. 1.- Energy Picture Primary Energy Consumption by Fuel* (2010) World North America Nuclear Nuclear Energy Hydro Hydro Energy 5% electricity electricity 8% 6% 5% Renewabl Oil Renewabl es 34% es Oil 1% 2% 37% Coal Coal 20% 30% Natural Natural Gas Gas 24% 28%* Source: BP Statistical Review
  6. 6. 1.- Energy Picture Electricity Generation* (2010) World North America North America Mexico Asia 25% Canada 5% Pacific 12% 38% S. & Cent. America 5% US Europe & 83% Middle Eurasia East 25% Africa 4% 3%* Source: BP Statistical Review
  7. 7. 1.- Energy Picture Renewable Installed Capacity* (%, MW, 2010) Geothermal Canada Wind Mexico 4,011 769 Mexico 6% United States United 40,274 States 21% World 73% World 199,523* Source: BP Statistical Review
  8. 8. Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
  9. 9. 2.- Mexican regulatory energy frameworkConstitution – Articles: 25, 27, and 28 Acts and – Public Energy Service (A&R) Regulation – Usage of Renewable Energy and the Financing of the Energy Transition (LAERFTE) (A&R) – Energy Regulatory CommissionEnergy Policy – National Energy Strategy Documents – National Strategy for the Energy Transition and the Sustainable Use of Energy – Special Program for the Use of Renewable Energy 2009-2012 – Outlooks: Power, Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Oil Related Products, and Renewables
  10. 10. Content1.- Energy picture2.- Mexican regulatory energy framework3.- Prospects for North America
  11. 11. 3.- Prospects for North America Installed Generating Capacity* (GW) Total Renewables United States Canada Mexico United States Canada Mexico 1221 205 1049 157 119 82 180 137 40 129 19 71 2010 2035 2010 2035* Source: US Energy Information Administration. International Energy Outlook 2011.
  12. 12. 3.- Prospects for North AmericaBenefits of an integratedrenewable energy market Greater energy security and lower import dependency Increased competition and lower electricity bills Diversified generation portfolio Development of regional industries (supporting and developers) Creation of research and development regional networks Value creation and large capital investments
  13. 13. 3.- Prospects for North AmericaProposals towards a regionalrenewable energy market1. Electric transmission corridor between Sonora and Baja California-Arizona- California.  Wind energy potential in the area of La Rumorosa, Baja California, between 1.800 and 2.400 MW.  The peninsula of Baja California is not connected to the Mexican electricity grid and has only two interconnections with California, with a capacity of 800 MW.  Insufficient transmission lines on both sides of the border and a congested system in California, limits the flow that could be traded.  First step, to develop a joint study of the electrical system operators, to assess the impacts of incorporating large amounts of intermittent power to the system, the dispatch requirements, and stability of the grid.
  14. 14. 3.- Prospects for North AmericaProposals towards a regionalrenewable energy market2. Regional standard for biofuels.  Pemex issued a tender for 50 to 230 million liters (ml) per year over the next five years.  USA estimates to consume about 67,600 ml of ethanol by 2020 and Canada 3,600 ml.  There is no regional criteria to ensure the quality or the use of inputs that do not compete with food.  Evaluate the feasibility of developing a regional standard, first on cultivation, up to full standardization.
  15. 15. 3.- Prospects for North AmericaProposals towards a regionalrenewable energy market3. Regional wind map projection methods with emphasis on border areas.  In Ontario the potential in the Great Lakes area is 47,000 MW.  In the border between California and Baja California the potential range between 1,800 and 2,400 MW.  Develop economic evaluation studies, environmental and social impact assessments, with harmonized analysis and simulation methods to evaluate the potential of the region.
  16. 16. Towards aNorth AmericanRenewableEnergy MarketLeonardo Beltran, MPA/IDlbeltran@post.harvard.eduCEC-JPAC SessionToronto, April 18, 2012
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