Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Corporations with industrial sites in Mexico can now benefit from Mexico’s open and competitive energy markets.
These newly created power and natural gas markets offer significant relief to energy managers and maquiladoras that have seen default utility (CFE) energy costs swing wildly—surging more than 50% since January 2016.
So how can your company capitalize?
Join us on Wednesday, June 21 as EnerNOC Senior Energy Advisor Julian Gibson and Energy Analyst Nicholas Franco explain Mexico’s new energy markets and how to seize control over your energy expenses.
- Why qualified users with 1MW in aggregate demand should leave the utility tariff
- What to consider when partnering with an independent energy supplier
- What’s driving power, natural gas, and default tariff prices
- What clean energy credits mean to your bottom-line, and what you can do about them
Senior Energy Advisor
Julian is a senior energy advisor on EnerNOC’s global energy advisory team and a pioneer in the newly deregulated Mexican energy markets. Prior to working at EnerNOC, Julian worked as an Asset Manager for Boston Energy Trading and Marketing and a Lead Portfolio Analyst for UNS Energy. Julian earned his BA in Mathematics from Amherst College, MS in Financial Mathematics from Florida International University, and studied abroad at the London School of Economics. He has also earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and the Financial Risk Manager designation from the Global Association of Risk Professionals.
Nicholas is an energy analyst on EnerNOC’s intelligence and analytics team specializing in the California, PJM and Mexico energy markets. Prior to working at EnerNOC, Nicholas acted as an economic consultant for NERA—working on topics including regulatory impact analysis, electricity system modelling, economic impact modelling, and cost-benefit analysis. Nicholas holds a BA in Economics from Boston College and spent time studying electricity markets in El Salvador as a Fulbright Scholar.