Mexico

Since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic in early 2020, Mexico has committed at least USD 10.59 billion to supporting different energy types through new or amended policies, according to official government sources and other publicly available information. These public money commitments include:

  • At least USD 8.66 billion for unconditional fossil fuels through 11 policies (5 quantified and 6 unquantified)
  • Some public money committed for conditional fossil fuels (3 policies with the value of public money unquantified)
  • At least USD 934.74 million for unconditional clean energy through 6 policies (2 quantified and 4 unquantified)
  • At least USD 1.00 billion for conditional clean energy through 1 policy (1 quantified)
  • Some public money committed for other energy (1 policy with the value of public money unquantified)

By energy type, Mexico committed at least USD 8.66 billion to oil and gas (at least USD 8.66 billion to unconditional oil and gas).

In addition, no public money commitments identified for coal.

Further, no public money commitments identified for hydrogen based on fossil fuels.

Finally, some public money committed for multiple fossil fuels (1 policy with the value of public money unquantified).

A considerably larger amount of public money committed to supporting the economy and people of Mexico through monetary and fiscal policies in response to the crisis may also benefit different elements of the energy sector. However, these values are not available from official legislation and statements and therefore are not included in the database. Meanwhile, in addition to monetary and fiscal measures, the database lists other policies and regulations that can also provide benefits to producers and consumers of different energy types.

These public money commitments are additional to many other government policies that had existed to support different energy types before the COVID19 pandemic.

More information on key poverty and inequality indicators in Mexico can be found on the Inequality and Poverty Dashboard page.

Updated: 22 June 2022


At least

$8.66 billion

Supporting fossil fuel energy

$67.88

Per capita



At least

$1.93 billion

Supporting clean energy

$15.17

Per capita

Mexico

Since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic in early 2020, Mexico has committed at least USD 10.59 billion to supporting different energy types through new or amended policies, according to official government sources and other publicly available information. These public money commitments include:

  • At least USD 8.66 billion for unconditional fossil fuels through 11 policies (5 quantified and 6 unquantified)
  • Some public money committed for conditional fossil fuels (3 policies with the value of public money unquantified)
  • At least USD 934.74 million for unconditional clean energy through 6 policies (2 quantified and 4 unquantified)
  • At least USD 1.00 billion for conditional clean energy through 1 policy (1 quantified)
  • Some public money committed for other energy (1 policy with the value of public money unquantified)

By energy type, Mexico committed at least USD 8.66 billion to oil and gas (at least USD 8.66 billion to unconditional oil and gas).

In addition, no public money commitments identified for coal.

Further, no public money commitments identified for hydrogen based on fossil fuels.

Finally, some public money committed for multiple fossil fuels (1 policy with the value of public money unquantified).

A considerably larger amount of public money committed to supporting the economy and people of Mexico through monetary and fiscal policies in response to the crisis may also benefit different elements of the energy sector. However, these values are not available from official legislation and statements and therefore are not included in the database. Meanwhile, in addition to monetary and fiscal measures, the database lists other policies and regulations that can also provide benefits to producers and consumers of different energy types.

These public money commitments are additional to many other government policies that had existed to support different energy types before the COVID19 pandemic.

More information on key poverty and inequality indicators in Mexico can be found on the Inequality and Poverty Dashboard page.

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Public money commitments to fossil fuels, clean and other energy in Mexico recovery packages since January 2020, USD billion, as of 22 June 2022

Country Jurisdiction Category Policy name Sector Energy Type Mechanism Value committed, USD Date of announcement Stage Legislation and Endorsing Agency Arm of Government Primary and secondary stated objective of the policy Date of entry into force Implemented repeal date, if any Value committed, national currency Value disbursed, national currency Value disbursed, USD: Policy background Links to official sources Links to additional sources
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Tax benefit for gasoline consumption in the southern border Mobility Oil and oil products Tax or royalty or govt fee bre... 32486270.129387 2022122828/12/2022 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Government 698000000 On the 28th of December 2020 the government signed a decree which extended existing tax breaks on gasoline consumption at the norther border to the souther border. These tax breaks include a reduced VAT from 16% to 8% and income tax from 30% to 20% and a subsidized IEPS rate for gasoline. These subsidized rates will be applied in several municipalities in the southern states of Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas and Quintana Roo. By doing so the government is seeking to harmonize fuel prices in those southern states with those in Guatemala which are currently lower.

https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/649263/DRR_2021.pdf
https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5608907&fecha=28/12/2020
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Purchase of Deer Park Refinery Resources Oil and oil products Budget or off-budget transfer ... 562412733.87322 2021052626/05/2021 Exploration or production or processing or storage or transportation Government increase Mexico's oil refining capacity 12084000000 Through this measure the government completed the purchase of the Deer Park refinery based in the United States. The company was acquired by Pemex for USD 596 million, corresponding to 50% of Shell's stake in the company. The refinery is among the largest in the United States with a crude capacity of 340,000 barrels per day. Likewise, its plants allow it to process heavy and light crude without generating fuel oil. It produces around 131 thousand barrels per day of gasoline, 89 thousand barrels per day of diesel and 25 thousand barrels per day of jet fuel.

https://www.gob.mx/presidencia/prensa/en-2023-procesaremos-todos-los-combustibles-y-se-mantendran-precios-bajos-confirma-presidente?idiom=es-MX
Mexico National Other energy Business Plan Federal Electricity Comission/Plan de negocios CFE 2021 – 2025 Power generation Multiple energy types Uncategorized 2020120808/12/2020 Several energy stages Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) SOE 1) To increase CFE's economic productivity and efficiency; 2) Solidify CFE's positionas generator for the majority of electricity in Mexico; 3) Contribute to sustainable development and GHG emissions reduction; 4) Diversify CFE's revenue sources; 5) Abate and repel asymetric regulation that compromises its financial, commercial and operational integrity; 6) Strengthen internal control and regulation; 7) Improve end-user relationship and its corporate image; 8) Improve cashflow and profitability of its assets and subsidiaries. 01/01/2021 The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) will invest 381,544 million pesos in the next five years, in accordance with its 2021 Business Plan. The document is an annually updated five-year plan that work like a roadmap and not like a binding investment program. The 2021-2025 Business Plan highlights its plan to expand installed generation capacity of its natural gas-fueled combined cycle an mantainance/expansion of its transmission and distribution lines.

https://www.cfe.mx/finanzas/Documents/Plan%20de%20Negocios%20CFE%202021.pdf (accessed 24/11/2021)

https://www.cenace.gob.mx/Docs/10_PLANEACION/ProgramasAyM/Programa%20de%20Ampliaci%C3%B3n%20y%20Modernizaci%C3%B3n%20de%20la%20RNT%20y%20RGD%202021%20-%202035.pdf (accessed 24/11/2021)
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Purchase of Deer Park Refinery Other sector Oil and oil products Budget or off-budget transfer ... 2021052626/05/2021 Exploration or production or processing or storage or transportation Mexican government Government PEMEX acquired 50,005% of the remaining stake in the Deer Park refinery, of which it already held 49,995% of shares. 01/12/2021 The refinery is among the largest in the United States with a crude capacity of 340,000 barrels per day. Likewise, its plants allow it to process heavy and light crude without generating fuel oil. It produces around 110,000 million barrels per day of gasoline, 90 million barrels per day of diesel and 25 million barrels per day of jet fuel.

https://presidente.gob.mx/compra-de-la-refineria-deer-park-contribuira-a-la-autosuficiencia-energetica-afirma-presidente-amlo/ (accessed 24-11-2021)

https://energyandcommerce.com.mx/pemex-compra-en-600-mdd-refineria-deer-park/ (accessed 24-11-2021)
Mexico Mexico City Clean unconditional Program to Promote Energy Transition and Sustainability for SMEs Multiple sectors Solar Budget or off-budget transfer ... 2021033030/03/2021 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Mexican City government Government Promote the transition towards energy sustainability in the SMEs of Mexico City by promoting the installation of technologies for the use of renewable energy sources, seeking to safeguard the quality of these systems, in order to improve the profitability and competitiveness of MSMEs, abate the emission of greenhouse gases associated with the consumption of energy and contribute to a decarbonization of the economy of Mexico City. 30/03/2021 The economic development of Mexico City requires sustainable energy growth, so there is the need to mitigate the impact on air quality and the atmosphere caused by the use of the energy necessary for the development of the activities of the different MSMEs that make up the productive and commercial sectors in the City from Mexico.

https://web.archive.org/web/20211018172208/
https://ciudadsolar.cdmx.gob.mx/programas/programa/energia-mipymes
https://web.archive.org/web/20210613103439/
https://ciudadsolar.cdmx.gob.mx/programas/programa/programa-de-fomento-la-transicion-y-sustentabilidad-energetica-en-mipymes
Mexico Mexico City Clean unconditional Investment in a photovoltaic power plant in the roof of the Central Market in Mexico City Power generation Solar Budget or off-budget transfer ... 18651214.744485 2021021717/02/2021 Electricity generation Mexican City government Government The installation of the photovoltaic plant aims to reduce CO2 emissions, serve users in the Central Market, and illuminate surrounding areas. 01/01/2022 400740000 "The Mexican City government, through the Secretary of Local Economic Development (SEDECO), the Federal Energy Secretary (SENER) of the Mexican Government, in collaboration with the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), will support the construction of the largest urban photovoltaic plant, to be placed on the main Central Market (Central Eléctrica Fotovoltaica en la Central de Abasto (CEFV CEDA). This will be funded by the Fondo para la Transición Energética y el Aprovechamiento Sustentable de la Energía (FOTEASE) and is estimated to represent an annual saving of 73.5 million pesos and 13,852 tons of CO2 will be reduced per year, which is equivalent to what was absorbed by 890 trees during 25 years of operation of the plant. This plant will have a scope for the 440,000 Central Market users, as well as to illuminate the surrounding areas. Currently the consumption of electricity in the market is 3.2 GWh per year in common areas and 76.3 GWh per year by tenants, while the photovoltaic plant will have a capacity of 18 MW and the generation of 27.43 GWh per year, which is equivalent to to the consumption of 15,240 households. "

https://web.archive.org/web/20210308130615/
https://cdmx.gob.mx/portal/articulo/nueva-central-electrica-fotovoltaica-en-la-central-de-abasto (accessed 17/2/2021)

https://www.forbes.com.mx/noticias-cdmx-planta-solar-techo-central-abastos/ (accessed 17/2/2021)
Mexico Yucatán Fossil conditional Yucatán signed the Work Agreement on Carbon Budgets and Decarbonization Routes for the local electr... Power generation Multiple fossil New or extended regulation (IT... 2020110505/11/2020 Electricity storage or transmission or distribution Yucatan government Government This alliance will allow the entity to have an instrument to measure carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions generated by companies in the sector. Based on the results of these studies, it will be possible to promote public policies aimed at mitigating the effects of global warming and, as far as possible, curbing the increase in temperature on the planet. 05/11/2020 "To feed the efforts of transversal planning that allows aligning energy policy and climate policy in Mexico with international goals. This work presents the methodology developed by the Mexico Climate Initiative to estimate carbon budgets at the national and sectoral levels. This methodology was used to estimate the carbon budget of Mexico and the electricity sector, so that the results presented serve as inputs for the development of public policies oriented to achieve mitigation trajectories that limit the rise in mean temperature global at 2 ° C and 1.5 ° C."

http://www.yucatan.gob.mx/saladeprensa/ver_nota.php?id=3722 (accessed 1/12/2020)

https://www.alcaldesdemexico.com/notas-principales/yucatan-medira-las-emisiones-de-co2-contra-el-calentamiento-global/
https://iki-alliance.mx/wp-content/uploads/PresupuestoCarbono.pdf (accessed 1/12/2020)
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Fiscal Stimulus for PEMEX by the Federal Government Resources Oil and gas Tax or royalty or govt fee bre... 3410592944.2428 2021021919/02/2021 Exploration or production or processing or storage or transportation Mexican government Government The Government claims this stimulus is necessary due to the negative impact in economic and business conditions derived from geopolitical, economic and public health events in a global scale. 19/02/2021 73280000000 This stimulus has three main objectives: to provide debt relief for PEMEX, to incentivize exploration-investment and to incentivize increased production.

https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5611907&fecha=19/02/2021 (accessed

https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/empresas/Hacienda-otorga-beneficio-fiscal-a-Pemex-por-73280-millones-de-pesos-20210222-0047.html
Mexico National Clean conditional Integrated Plan for the Modernization of Hydroelectric Plants Power generation Hydro Loan (Hybrid) 1000000000 2021071414/07/2021 Electricity generation Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) SOE According to the plan, the CFE seeks to increase annual generation by 1,860 GWh; take advantage of the existing civil infrastructure; avoid costs of new plants; reduce work times and socio-environmental problems. Likewise, it will modernize the equipment, extending the useful life of the power plants for another 50 years, strengthening the National Electric System. 21486000000 "The hydroelectric power plant modernization plan will be carried out through an innovative financial mechanism that will allow the CFE to access financing at preferential rates. 14 plants will be modernized that have decreased their reliability and the useful life of their equipment (turbine, generator and transformer). The additional Gigawatts (GWh) for the modernization are equivalent to 6 wind farms or eight photovoltaic parks of 100 megawatts."

https://app.cfe.mx/Aplicaciones/OTROS/Boletines/boletin?i=2219 (accessed 16/7/2021)

https://www.eleconomista.com.mx/empresas/CFE-invertira-1000-mdd-en-rehabilitacion-de-hidroelectricas-20210716-0021.htmll (accessed 16/7/2021)
Mexico National Fossil unconditional The Mexican government will invest 35 billion pesos in six new combined cycle plants Power generation Gas and gas products Government procurement (DT) 1628967699.8976 2021041212/04/2021 Electricity generation Mexican government Government The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) plans to tender six projects for natural gas combined cycle power plants with a combined capacity of almost 6% of current generation, which must operate before May 2024. 35000000000 The projects will be developed in the following states: Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, Veracruz and Yucatán. In Baja California, the Gonzalez Ortega plant will be developed, which will cost approximately 5.5 billion pesos and will have a capacity of 683 megawatts. This project is planned to enter operations in June 2023. The plant in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora, which will cost around 5.5 billion pesos, will produce 680 megawatts and will be ready by May 2024. The next natural gas combined cycle plant, which will cost 2,800 million pesos, will be located in La Paz, Baja California Sur, will have a capacity of 327 megawatts and will start operations by April 2024. The Tuxpan plant, Veracruz, will have a cost of 9,300 million pesos and will have 1,66 megawatts by April 2024. In the Valladolid, Yucatán plant, which will be ready by February 2024, around 9 billion pesos will be invested and it will be 1,37 megawatts. Finally, in Mérida a 509 megawatt plant will be built, with an approximate cost of 4 thousand 300 million pesos; this plant is expected to be ready by 2024

https://www.cfe.mx/finanzas/Documents/Plan%20de%20Negocios%20CFE%202021.pdf (accessed 26/6/2021)
Mexico National Fossil unconditional The Energy Regulatory Commission approves the policy to regulate the maximum price of LP gas Power generation Gas and gas products New or extended regulation (IT... 2021072828/07/2021 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Mexican government, ACUERDO Núm. A/024/2021 de la Comisión Reguladora de Energía Government Guarantee the well-being of Mexican families through the effective protection of their right to access, in an affordable way, a basic energy consumption of LP gas in homes. The price varies according to the 145 regions across the country that they have established for this policy. The calculation of the maximum prices of LP Gas by region will be carried out using a cost model, which takes into account the following criteria: 1. Determination of the type of plant. 2. The initial investment and the costs of operation, maintenance of the plant. 3. The estimated costs and efficiency parameters, and the sales volumes associated with each region. 4. The estimated freight cost for each of the regions, based on the analysis carried out by the Commission based on the information reported by the permit holders. 5. The commercialization margin, which considers an IRR that allows the permit holders to recover the total costs for the investment and operation of the LP gas distribution permit through the plant, within a maximum period of twenty years and a profit margin for the performance of the activity. 29/07/2021 The Energy Regulatory Commission establishes the regulation of maximum prices of LP gas for sale to the end user, in compliance with the Emergency Guideline for the welfare of the consumer of liquefied petroleum gas in order to protect the interests of end users.

https://dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5625307&fecha=29/07/2021 (accessed 1/10/2021)
Mexico National Clean unconditional Urban development with sustainable mobility and housing – Sectoral Program for the Environment... Multiple sectors Multiple energy types Uncategorized 2020070707/07/2020 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Mexican government Government Design, establish, and coordinate policies and instruments to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and compounds, as well as promote and conserve carbon sinks, by national and international commitments. More specifically, the policy aims to promote a sustainable, inclusive, and compact urban development, with sustainable mobility and housing. Public and private mobility systems, low emissions, efficient, safe, inclusive, affordable, and accessible, with the latest technological advances, recognizing different patterns of mobility between men and women of different social groups. As well as housing with solid waste and wastewater management that reduces greenhouse effect emissions and increases the resilience and adaptive capacity of communities and cities. 07/07/2020 The government document states that Mexico has not managed to escape the global trend of loss and degradation of its valuable natural heritage. It faces a difficult environmental situation that worsens and can be classified as an environmental emergency. The present generations and those to come are at imminent risk. The model that the country followed for decades has left a deep environmental and social footprint. The unsustainable use of the territory and its natural heritage caused the loss of important areas of natural ecosystems and their biodiversity, environmental degradation, and the deterioration of the quality of life of the population.

https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5596232&fecha=07/07/2020 (accessed 29/9/2020)

https://www.portalambiental.com.mx/politica-ambiental/20200707/publican-programa-sectorial-de-medio-ambiente-2020-2024 (accessed 29/9/2020)
Mexico National Clean unconditional Energy transition promotion with clean sources – Sectoral Program for the Environment and Natu... Multiple sectors Multiple energy types Uncategorized 2020070707/07/2020 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Mexican government Government Design, establish, and coordinate policies and instruments to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and compounds, as well as promote and conserve carbon sinks, by national and international commitments. 07/07/2020 According to the government document, Mexico has not managed to escape the global trend of loss and degradation of its valuable natural heritage. It faces a difficult environmental situation that worsens and can be classified as an environmental emergency. The present generations and those to come are at imminent risk. The model that the country followed for decades has left a deep environmental and social footprint. The unsustainable use of the territory and its natural heritage caused the loss of important areas of natural ecosystems and their biodiversity, environmental degradation, and the deterioration of the quality of life of the population. This program aims to coordinate actions in the sector and with other agencies that promote the energy transition with clean sources, preferably renewable, guaranteeing protection, and ensuring the well-being of the population, particularly the most vulnerable communities, with a focus on inclusion and social and economic mobility.

https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5596232&fecha=07/07/2020 (accessed 29/9/2020)

https://www.portalambiental.com.mx/politica-ambiental/20200707/publican-programa-sectorial-de-medio-ambiente-2020-2024 (accessed 29/9/2020)
Mexico National Clean unconditional First Sustainable Sovereign Bonds linked to the UN Sustainable Development Goals Multiple sectors Non-applicable (non-energy measure) Uncategorized 916084892.48813 2020091414/09/2020 Non-applicable (non-energy measure) Mexican government Government Mexico becomes the first country in the world to issue a sustainable sovereign bond linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoted by the United Nations (UN) amounting to 750 million euros, called the "Sustainable Development Goals Sovereign Bond Framework. Building Prosperity: Financing Sustainable Development Goals for an Inclusive Economy". The sale of these bonds aims to promote sustainability in economic activities, industrial and productive industries in the State and to promote social inclusion, as well as to reduce emissions 14/09/2020 19683000000 The resources will be used to finance the program Agenda 2030 (it is a roadmap for eradicating poverty, protecting the planet, and ensuring prosperity for all without compromising resources for future generations)

https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/577794/Comunicado_No._071.pdf (accessed 14/9/2020)
https://www.gob.mx/shcp/prensa/comunicado-no-071?idiom=es (accessed 14/9/2020)
https://www.finanzaspublicas.hacienda.gob.mx/work/models/Finanzas_Publicas/docs/ori/Espanol/SDG/PRESS_SDG_Sovereign_Bond.pdf (accessed 14/9/2020)
Mexico Baja California Fossil conditional Emissions tax Multiple sectors Oil and gas Increased fossil fuel taxation 2020042424/04/2020 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Baja California state government Government In order to allocate resources to the implementation of actions to reduce pollutants, as well as to address health problems caused by them, a tax is created that levies emissions of carbon dioxide in the State. The object of this tax is atmospheric emissions caused by certain substances that are generated by the use of goods or consumption of polluting products (e.g. gasoline, diesel, natural gas, gas LP) in the State and that affect its territory. The tax to be paid will be determined by applying the fee of $ 0.17 pesos for each liter or kilogram of carbon dioxide (CO2), as appropriate according to the emission factor provided in the established chart.

https://www.congresobc.gob.mx/Documentos/ProcesoParlamentario/Dictamenes/20200424_65_HACIENDA.pdf (accessed 25/08/2020)

https://www.ey.com/es_mx/energy-reimagined/energy-alert/impuesto-ambiental-en-el-estado-de-baja-california (accessed 25/08/2020)
Mexico Tamaulipas Fossil conditional Emissions tax Multiple sectors Multiple energy types Increased fossil fuel taxation 2020063030/06/2020 Energy use (all energy types, consumption in transport, household use, buildings etc) Government of Tamaulipas State Government The objective of the law is that "the Public Treasury of the State has resources that allow them to finance policies and programs for adaptation to climate change and mitigation of greenhouse gases emissions, to support the sustainability of economic, industrial and productive activities within the State, to comply with the obligations of protection of health, the environment, and preservation and restoration of an ecological equilibrium." Its purpose is also that taxpayers who are in the assumption of causation, contribute in proportion to the impact on the components of the environment and the negative effects generated. 01/01/2021 The environmental tax will be applied to public or private companies that emit more than 25 tons of polluting gases into the atmosphere per month. It refers to direct or indirect emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride, which constitute greenhouse gases.

http://po.tamaulipas.gob.mx/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/cxlv-91-290720F-EV.pdf (accessed 23/08/2020)

https://latinus.us/2020/06/30/aprueban-cobrar-impuesto-verde-cfe-pemex-tamaulipas/#:~:text=Aprueban%20cobrar%20'impuesto%20verde'%20a%20CFE%20y%20Pemex%20en%20Tamaulipas,-LatinUs&text=Con%20la%20medida%2C%20empresas%20como,a%20la%20atm%C3%B3sfera%20cada%20mes (accessed 23/08/2020)
Mexico National Fossil unconditional National Austerity Law excludes key fossil fuel and other carbon-intensive projects Multiple sectors Non-applicable (non-energy measure) Regulatory rollback or non-gov... 2020042323/04/2020 Non-applicable (non-energy measure) Presidential Decree Government The Austerity Law seeks to reduce government expenditure in the context of the COVID crisis and oil price crash. However, certain projects and activities were excluded (meaning they will continue to move forward during the emergency period). 23/04/2020 Actions and expenditures of the government are postponed, with the exception of certain priority programs and projects, including the new airport "Aeropuerto General Felipe Ángeles" and new Mexico City airport system, oil production, rehabilitation of the six refineries, construction of the new refinery at Dos Bocas, among others.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200713022944/
https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5592205&fecha=23%2F04%2F2020
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Policy on Reliability, Security, Continuity and Quality in the National Electricity System Power generation Multiple energy types New or extended regulation (IT... 2020051515/05/2020 Exploration or production or processing or storage or transportation Secretaría de Energía (Sener) Government This policy is justified as an "indispensable element for strengthening the energy security of the country." It is also expected to contribute to the reliability, continuity and quality of the national energy system, and to help increase the generation of clean energy (connected and not connected to the national energy system).

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https://dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5593425&fecha=15/05/2020
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Stimulus of public, private and social investment for the energy sector Multiple sectors Multiple energy types Government procurement (DT) 2020040505/04/2020 Several energy stages National government - Presidential speech Government Economic growth and job creation, especially in poorer regions of the country. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, in his April presidential address, committed to a program of "public, private and social investment in the energy sector for approximately 339,000,000,000 Mexican pesos" without specifying the percentage from private versus public investment (AMLO speech). The plan was anticipated to launch earlier in the year but has been delayed. News reports suggest that the private sector has lost interest following other changes in the regulation of the power sector by the National Electricity Commission, in combination with the low oil prices, leaving these investments in limbo.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200424103502/
https://lopezobrador.org.mx/2020/04/05/discurso-del-presidente-andres-manuel-lopez-obrador-en-su-informe-al-pueblo-de-mexico/
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Increased Transmission Tariffs for Private Electricity Providers Power generation Multiple energy types New or extended regulation (IT... 2020052828/05/2020 Electricity storage or transmission or distribution Federal Energy Commission Government To create an efficient, secure, clean electricity system with competitive prices. The Federal Electricity Commission (Comisión Federal de Electricidad - CFE) increased the rates paid by private electricity providers (generators) for using the public transmission network (the "tarifa de porteo"). These new rates were published after the Energy Regulatory Commission (Comisión Reguladora de Energía -CRE) approved a petition by the national electricity company to increase the costs to private electricity generators. The high and medium-transmission rates changed from 0.049 pesos to 0.2785 and 0.2586 pesos per KW/hr, an increase of 469 and 428%, respectively. The low-tension transmission rate was increased from 0.09799 pesos to 0.8928 pesos per KW/hr, an increase of 811%. The new transmission tariff, know as the "porteo estampilla y porteo térmico" will be applied to thermal plants as well as plantas de autoabastecimiento and renewables considered "legacy plants", meaning their licenses were given by the regulating commission before the Law for Electricity Industry ("Ley de la Industria Eléctrica - LIE). These new transmission tariffs follow assertions by the national government and others that the national electricity company is losing money from the low fees paid by private energy providers.

https://web.archive.org/save/
https://dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5593425&fecha=15/05/2020

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https://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/economia/cfe-da-tarifazo-a-privados-sube-costos-de-transmision-hasta-en-800
Mexico National Fossil unconditional Fiscal Stimulus to Pemex Resources Oil and oil products Tax or royalty or govt fee bre... 3025225728.3813 2020042121/04/2020 Exploration or production or processing or storage or transportation Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público Government To release resources to increase investments in oil exploration and extraction. 65000000000 Due to the international oil price crash, the Mexican government will reduce the tax on oil extraction, thereby providing a stimulus of up to 65 billion Mexican pesos to foster Pemex investments on exploration and extraction. The tax called the "Derecho de Utilidad Compartida (DUC)" is the tax paid by the company for the amount of crude oil extracted.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200710182046/
https://www.dof.gob.mx/nota_detalle.php?codigo=5591969&fecha=21/04/2020

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https://www.elfinanciero.com.mx/economia/hacienda-formaliza-apoyo-a-pemex-por-65-mil-millones-de-pesos
Mexico Mexico City (CDMX) Clean unconditional Expansion of Cycling Lanes in Mexico City Mobility Active transport New or extended regulation (IT... 2020060404/06/2020 Active transport (cycling or walking) City government, Mexico City Secretary of Transport (Secretaría de Movilidad de la Ciudad de México - SEMOVI) Government To reduce congestion in public transport, and to offer an alternative to motorized vehicle use. 01/06/2020 This policy aims to offer an alternative sustainable transport option, especially oriented toward people who work in essential services.

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