Vicente García, Country Manager Mexico
Although in the recent years, there has been much uncertainty in the mexican renewable market, the country continues to be an important strategic focus for Vector Renewables. From its hub in the Mexican capital, the Vector Renewables team has historically managed more than 800 MW of renewable projects and has a track record in technical services exceeding 20 GW in the country, but also supports several clients in other Latin American countries such as Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama or Puerto Rico among others.
At the head of this specialised team is Vicente García, Country Manager in Mexico, who leads the activities in the country and other surrounding regions with a professional team of 15 people. Vicente is supported by a management team composed of Alejandro González (Technical Asset Management), Sandra Picazo (Commercial Asset Management) and Ricardo Ginés (Technical Advisory).
Before joining Vector Renewables, Vicente was the responsible for renewables business development in COBRA Vinci Group in Mexico City. Among many other tasks, Vicente has an experience of 20 years in business development at an international level, focused on the power and infrastructure sector in Latam region.
In this country, Vector is a player willing to achieve the country's goal: 35% in generating clean energy by 2024, also expecting to create lucrative growth opportunities for the Mexican renewable energy market during the forecast period.
As Vicente said “Despite last year's turbulent times in Mexico’s renewables energies, we have a promising present, with nearly 15 GW of both solar and wind installed capacity and an enormous potential for the future. In Vector, we are convinced we will be a crucial player in the region, both in the Mexican market and the rest of Latin America in the upcoming years”.
In fact, according to Mordor Intelligence Report throughout the past decade Mexico’s renewable energy generation capacity has increased annually. In 2021 Mexico’s installed capacity in renewables surpassed 29.44 gigawatts, more than double the capacity reported in 2010. The country has the potential to become the leading country in the region of renewables as it has high solar radiation, wind potential, some demonstration of biofuel, hydrogen, and geothermal capabilities.
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