• Mexico reinstates conditions for Clean Energy Certificates (CELs)

    This encourages investment in power generation plants through clean energy and achieves higher profitability in the commercialization of CELs.
  • México: New requirements to renew the registration in the Registry of Providers of Specialized Services or Works

    Individuals or legal entities registered in the Registry of Providers of Specialized Services or Works must renew their registration each three years.
  • Electric car charging stations: key to the electromobility success in Mexico

    El auge de los vehículos eléctricos hará necesario contar con, al menos, 38.000 electrolineras en México en los próximos 20 años, según los expertos. En este contexto, analizamos el actual marco legal para instalar y operar electrolineras en el país.
  • Mexico's Supreme Court determines the unconstitutionality of the reform to the Electricity Industry Law enacted in 2021

    This resolution represents an important step that fosters legal certainty to all participants and investors in the energy sector in Mexico.
  • On December 8, 2023, the new Official Mexican Standard on occupational health and safety conditions for remote work will come into force

    Those individuals working remotely at least 40% of the week will be subject to specific rules related to their rights and obligations in connection with this employment modality.
  • The Government of Mexico obliges to give priority to passenger rail transport service on currently concessioned tracks to private parties for cargo transport

    Companies holding concession titles will have until January 15, 2024 to submit viable proposals in terms of investment, construction time and modernization of these railroads to provide passenger transport services.
  • NPLs in Spain, Portugal and Latin America: more selective deals and increasing activity in secondary markets and debt servicing industry

    In the first three quarters of 2023, we saw investors adopting a more selective and specialized approach in their NPL investments, increasing their appetite for unlikely-to-pay (UTP) and reperforming loans (RPLs).
  • Power transmission projects are reactivated in Mexico

    The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) is preparing a project to increase power transmission capacity on the country's west coast and the government of the State of Queretaro announces a power transmission project as a public-private partnership (PPP).
  • The Government of Mexico calls to bid for the procurement of drilling services for geothermal wells in Baja California, Michoacán and Jalisco

    The deadline to submit offers for the five wells located on the two parcels is October 16.
  • Garrigues Mexico obtains the “Socially Responsible Enterprise” distinction for the eighth consecutive year

    The Garrigues Mexico office has been recognized, for the eighth year in a row, as a Socially Responsible Enterprise (ESR® 2023), a distinction awarded by Centro Mexicano para la Filantropía (Cemefi) with a view to encouraging companies to initiate corporate social responsibility and sustainability practices that have a positive impact on society.