Seminario en línea previor
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Seminario en línea previor /// Primeras lecciones aprendidas sobre el mercado mexicano de operación y mantenimiento:
Planes para operaciones eficientes a largo plazo

miércoles, 18 de julio, 11 am Ciudad de México (CDT) // 6 pm CEST (LA GRABACIÓN YA ESTÁ DISPONIBLE)

El seminario está en inglés

No hay duda de que México pasará a ser uno de los mercados solares más importantes a nivel global, con un gran número de proyectos fotovoltaicos a gran escala que comienzan a operar a lo largo de 2018 y un puñado de GW en desarrollo.
La planificación temprana de las operaciones en las primeras etapas de desarrollo es de vital importancia para garantizar un rendimiento eficiente y rentable a largo plazo y mitigar los riesgos asociados.

HECTOR OLEA /// PRESIDENT - ASOLMEX
With more than 23 years of experience in the Mexican energy sector, Hector Olea has actively participated in the promotion and development of renewable energy in the country. Since 2004, Hector Olea is President and CEO of Gauss, a business development firm specialized in the energy sector. Gauss activities are focused in the identification, development and structuring investment opportunities in renewable energy projects, which accounts for more than US$700 million in greenfield projects. Before, he acted as CEO of Suez in Mexico, where he led its transformation into a nationwide energy company. From 1995 to 2000, Mr. Olea acted as Chairman of the Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE). He is President of the Asociación Mexicana de Energía Solar Fotovoltaica (Asolmex) and Chairman of the Mexican Section of the Mexico-US Business Energy Council. He is an economist from ITAM (Mexico) and earned his Master and PhD in Economics at Rice University (US). In 1989, he was distinguished with the Banamex Economics Award.
HECTOR OLEA
PRESIDENT /// ASOLMEX
ALEJO LOPEZ /// SR. SALES DIRECTOR MEXICO & LATAM - NEXTRACKER
As Sr. Director of Sales, Alejo Lopez leads NEXTracker’s business development and sales team for Mexico and Latin America. He is responsible for building NEXTracker’s market share in Mexico, having closed over a gigawatt of business since his tenure at the Company. Alejo is a subject matter expert in Latin American energy markets where he has worked extensively for over a decade. Prior to joining NEXTracker in 2016, Alejo was Country Manager for Hanwha Q CELLS in Mexico, with primary responsibilities of project development, M&A and PPA sales. Alejo was also a key member of Siliken USA Distributed Generation managing project development and structured finance after working as an advisor with cutting-edge clean-tech ventures including Combined Power, ElectraDrive and other well-known venture firms in Silicon Valley. He currently sits on the board of the Asociación Mexicana de Energía Solar Fotovaoltaica (ASOLMEX), Mexico’s premier solar association.

Alejo, a native of Argentina, started his career running large numerical models, fracking wells as a Reservoir Engineer in Patagonia. He left the oil and gas industry after 6 years to pursue an MBA in Finance at the University of San Francisco where he graduated with honors. Alejo also holds an MSe in Petroleum Engineering from UNC Argentina and currently lives in Mexico City.
ALEJO LOPEZ
SR. SALES DIRECTOR MEXICO & LATAM /// NEXTRACKER

Los puntos que se trataron fueron:

  • ¿Por qué el diseño es importante en la operación y mantenimiento?

  • Ppuesta en marcha: comenzar las operaciones con el pie derecho

  • Gestión de riesgos: riesgos operacionales comunes y estrategias de mitigación

  • ¿Cómo lidiar con condiciones meteorológicas extremas e impredecibles?