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  • Companies encouraged to invest in renewable energies

    Mexico City— Encouraging investment in research and technological innovation to support the development of renewable energies is part of a new industrial revolution, which is the path Mexico should follow, Mario Molina, Nobel Prize inChemistry, discussed. “We must move towards a second industrial revolution with renewable energies”, he suggested during his presentation in the Green Power Forum. Before representatives from the main technological firms, he assured that projects on renewable energies are as competitive in price and cost as those derived from petroleum, and do not require subsidies to be in the market as profitable companies.
    Source: Vanguardia | Date: 17/05/2012