The US plans to resolve “issues” related to the electricity reform with Mexico



The reform would also eliminate autonomous energy regulators and cancel previous contracts.


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The reform would also eliminate autonomous energy regulators and cancel previous contracts.

This Friday, the Secretary of Energy of the United States, Jennifer Granholm, affirmed “that the issues” related to the electrical reform promoted by the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, can be resolved so that both nations are associated in an energy plan. clean.

During a two-day tour in Mexico, the secretary met with López Obrador, in the middle of a public debate held this Thursday where they discussed the reform that would limit private participation in electricity generation to 46% in order to favor the Commission Federal Electricity (CFE).

As reported by the EFE news agency, Granholm explained that “we hope that the issues regarding the energy reform can be resolved so that we can reach this opportunity and we know that this is being debated right now.”

Likewise, the Mexican president assured in his morning conference that the meeting was “very cordial” and the US Secretary of Energy “was understanding that the mission is to banish corruption.”

The head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum; the president of the CCE, Carlos Salazar; the Secretary of the Treasury, Rogelio Ramírez de la O, and Luz María de la Mora, Undersecretary of Foreign Trade.

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