WindPower México 2018, included all of the value chain elements of the wind energy sector.
WindPower Mexico 2018 took place from 28 February to 1 March 2018 in the Centro Citibanamex convention centre in Mexico City. The wind energy sector enjoyed a great variety of solutions, products, and conferences about the industry´s market value chain.
On its seventh edition, WindPower México, consolidated itself as the most important wind energy sector conference and exhibition in Mexico. Its goal, which dates back to the Mexican Energy Reform, was achieved when it gave response to the need of having a specific setting where comprehensive logistics and transport solutions for the wind energy sector could be all found.
Renewable energy industry and the wind energy sector in Mexico
Mexico has advance by leaps and bounds since the Energy Reform and the wind energy sector presents great advances and innovations. In four years, the sector has had an annual average growth of 2,330 GWh , driven by the second energy auction for 2019 and the Energy Reform, which looks into securing that 35 per cent of the energy is generated from renewable sources, by 2024.
However, to best take advantage of this opportunity, it proves necessary to count with strategic and expert partners in logistics and transport services.
Strategic Alliance in WindPower for the wind energy sector.
With WindPower, you will find solutions for the wind energy sector that run from road engineering to turnkey projects; along with the provision of lifting, relocation and dismantling services.
That is why we joined the list of exhibitors of the 2018 edition, and presented our array of logistics and high quality transport solutions for the wind energy sector, thanks to our alliance with Magforce.
This alliance provided the right combination to assure a unique value proposal with a high potential for the direction of projects, providing the wind energy markets of Mexico and Latin America with the best value offer in the sector, to carry out profitable and safe operations.
We also had the opportunity to give out a lecture on the challenges of the wind energy sector from a logistics and transport focus, showing our expertise in the field, and bringing up important topics such as the 2020 wind energy investment, port and highway infrastructure, as well as costs per megawatt-kilometre and social challenges faced by transportation service providers.