|Year:||2013 (Dec 21st)|
|Policy status:||In Force|
|Date Effective:||2013 (Dec 21st)|
|Policy Type:||Policy Support>Strategic planning, Economic Instruments, Regulatory Instruments, Information and Education|
|Policy Target:||Multiple RE Sources>All|
|Policy Sector:||Multi-sectoral Policy|
|Size of Plant Targeted:||Small and Large|
The Constitutional Reform of 2013 impact Mexico’s energy system including the oil, gas and electricity sectors. The reform ended the state monopoly on generation and commercialization of electricity, as well as on fossil fuel exploration and extraction.
The most important provisions of the reform are:
The Constitutional Reform gives a legislative basis for the adoption of secondary legislation introducing reforms in the energy sector. This resulted in adoption of “21 Secondary Laws”, of which many have a direct implications for the renewables e.g. Electricity Law, Geothermal Law and Petroleum Law.
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