Danish-Mexican Energy Cooperation
SEMINAR: DI Energy and the Danish Energy Agency invite companies to a seminar on the Danish-Mexican partnership within energy and the opportunities for Danish companies.
Denmark and Mexico are partners in the field of energy and climate issues. Danish companies have been active in the Mexican energy sector for years across different areas ranging from oil and gas, electricity, wind, solar, biomass to energy efficient equipment and solutions. The dialogue, trade and investment between energy related companies is significant.
This partnership is now reinforced in a new co-operation agreement between the Danish Energy Agency and Mexican authorities. The program which runs from 2017 to 2020 focuses on climate, renewable energy and energy efficiency for industry and buildings.
DI Energy and the Danish Energy Agency invite companies with an interest in energy and climate related technologies for a seminar. Current Mexican commercial and policy trends within energy and climate will be discussed. The official co-operation plans and the opportunities herein for Danish enterprises will be explained. Experience from collaboration will be shared.
Companies are invited to join the meeting, meet the Danish advisors to the Mexican government and share experience with other companies engaged in the Mexican energy sector.
The meeting takes place in the House of Industry on Monday 28 August at 13.00 to 14.20 – leading up to the Latin American Business Forum taking place at 14.30
Registration and Coffee
Senior Advisor Hans Peter Slente, DI Energy
Outlook for the Mexican Energy Market from a Danish Commercial Perspective
By Ambassador Henrik Bramsen Hahn, Danish Embassy in Mexico
Mexican Energy Policies – Direction and Speed of Change
By Energy Advisor from Denmark to Mexico Ulla Blatt Bendtsen
Working with the Mexican Energy Authorities
By Vice President Peter Jørgensen, Energinet.dk
Dialogue: How can Companies Benefit from the Official Energy Collaboration?
Facilitated by Country Co-ordinator, Nethe Veje Laursen, Danish Energy Agency
Market Advisor Kathrine Lyster-Clausen, Confederation of Danish Industry
Latin American Business Forum
(see program here)