Hall A - Exhibition Floor
|8:30 – 10:00
• Alfonso Romo, President Lopez Obrador’s Chief of Staff (invited)
Master of Ceremony: José Navarro Meneses, General Director, Tarsus México
|10:00 – 11:30
AGENDA 2030: FROM MEXICO'S COMMITMENTS TO THE INTEGRATION OF WIND ENERGY
An integral part of the 2030 Agenda includes commitments such as increasing the proportion of renewable energy in the energy matrix, promoting inclusive industrialization and sustainable technology, as well as incorporating climate change measures to reduce emissions.
This session will analyze the collaboration between private initiative and public sector within the wind sector in Mexico, as well as specific strategies to achieve in the next ten years, the achievement of the SDGs in line with the National Development Plan.
• Leopoldo Rodríguez, CEO, AMDEE
Moderator: Miguel Ángel Alonso, General Director, ACCIONA Energía México
|11:30 – 12:00
|12:00 – 13:15
FUTURE OF WIND ENERGY: TOWARDS THE DIVERSIFICATION OF THE ENERGY MATRIX
To understand where and what will be the role of wind energy in the coming years, as well as the new mechanisms that will allow private companies to contribute to the diversification of the Mexican energy matrix.
This panel will analyze the guidelines to be followed in the coming years for the integration of renewable energies and the fulfillment of international commitments.
• Sergio Saldaña Zorrilla, Head of the Undersecretariat of Electricity, SENER
Moderator: Gerardo Pérez Guerra, General Director, EDF Renewable Energy
|13:15 – 14:30
The development of wind energy projects is not reduced to the benefits for investors and for clean energy consumers. It also generates important positive externalities in the communities where they are located. Gradually, the sector and communities have consolidated a long-term rapport, with respect and strengthening of local culture and customs.
This panel will analyze the economic impacts of wind projects as well as the challenges and different models of linkage that companies promote, respecting the original culture, conservation of languages, as well as the development and promotion of jobs and sustainable economic activity.
• Jesarela López Aguilar, Director of Analysis and Subsystem Management, INEGI
Moderator: Guillermo Arredondo, Deputy Director Community Development, Grupo México
|16:00 – 17:00
SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EvIS) AND PRIOR AND INFORMED FREE CONSULTATION (CPLI): CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
How to ensure the fulfillment before and after the development of wind projects the due diligence along with the communities, without neglecting the guiding principles of human rights of the UN.
This session will provide the key mechanisms that will allow the orientation of guidelines so that communities and companies can work with common objectives through their benefits, as well as the implementation of actions that guarantee the sustainability of the project and respect for human rights during its shelf life.
• James Anaya, Dean and University Distinguished Professor, University of Colorado Law School
Moderador: Felipe de Jesús Torres, Director of Business and Human Rights Program, CNDH
|17:00 – 18:00
HOW TO REDUCE THE RISK IN WIND ENERGY PROJECTS? ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY
The shelf life of a wind turbine must include environmental impacts and its mitigation, but what does the repowering of a park imply? How the wind turbines are replaced out of the market? How are impacts mitigated during project development and operation?
These and other topics will be analyzed by experts in this panel.
• Juan Manuel Torres Burgos, General Director of Environmental Impact and Risk, Semarnat
Moderador: Rodrigo Quijano, Environmental Area Director, CIIJA
* Program subject to changes.