Taller “Catálogo de tecnologías bajas en emisiones en la generación eléctrica con biomasa en México”
Martes 28 de febrero de 2017
Hotel Royal Pedregal, Salón Obsidiana 4 y 5, Periférico Sur 4363,
Jardines de la Montaña, Del. Tlalpan, C.P. 14210, Ciudad de México
09:00 – 09:15 Registro
09:15 – 09:30 Bienvenida- Palabras por parte de la Coordinadora General de Cambio Climático y
Desarrollo Bajo en Carbono del INECC, la Dra. Claudia Alejandra Octaviano Villasana.
09:30 – 10:00 Introducción de los Proyectos de la Dirección de Proyectos Estratégicos de
Bajo Carbono – Ing. Oscar Sebastian Araiza Bolaños.
10.00 – 10:30 Experiencia Danesa de los Catálogos de Tecnologías – Agencia de Energía
Danesa, Dr. Andreas Moltesen.
10:30 – 11:00 Situación actual de la generación eléctrica con biomasa en México - Agencia
de Energía Danesa, Mtro. Carsten Gleting.
11:00 – 11:30 Evaluación de tecnologías de generación con biomasa para México – Agencia
de Energía Danesa, Mtro. Carsten Gleting.
11:30 – 12:00 Barreras para la introducción de tecnologías de generación con biomasa en
México - Agencia de Energía Danesa, Mtro. Carsten Gleting.
12:00 – 12:30 Comentarios Finales.
Claudia Octaviano is the General Coordinator for Climate Change and Low-Carbon Development
at the National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC) in Mexico, where she directs
research on climate mitigation policy instruments for Mexico. She overviewed the technical analysis
leading to the Mid-Century Strategy and participates in Mexico’s delegation to the UNFCCC
negotiations for the Paris Agreement implementation. Prior to that she worked at the MIT Joint
Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change where she researched the large-scale
integration of renewable energy in future energy systems, and the value of new disruptive
technologies such as storage technologies. She has worked on the design and negotiation of new
regulations for the power and oil sectors as former Deputy Director for Oil and Electricity the
Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Mexico, and has consulted for the World Bank
and the UN on energy policy issues in Latin America. She holds a PhD from MIT on Engineering
Systems Technology Policy and Management and a Masters in Science from Yale University.
Oscar Araiza is a civil engineer from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, he attended
the International Diploma in Restoration of Contaminated Soils sponsored by the American States
Organization, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Division of Continuing Education of UNAM.
During his stay by the Deputy Director of Environmental Development and Regulation of
SEMARNAT, he was a technical collaborator of many working groups. In private sector, he has
been in charge of large-volume works, such as the Buenavista suburban train station, the first
multimodal transport system in Mexico. He participated in building Operative Center of BANCOMER
which has de gold leed award in 2013. Also, he was Director of Restoration of Contaminated Sites
and has been in charge of the Comprehensive Management of Hazardous Materials and Activities
Direction. Currently, he works as Low Carbon Strategic Projects Director at INECC.
Andreas Moltesen is a civil engineer and holds a PhD within life cycle assessments. Andreas has
been working 4 years at the Technical University of Denmark where he has done research within
biofuels. In the last 4 years Andreas has been working with transport at the Danish Energy Agency
developing technology catalogues on transport, life cycle assessment models on transport systems
and car stock models for transport forecasts.
Bodil Harder is the key advisor on biogas projects in DEA and has advised municipalities and
enterprises on utilization of biomass for biogas production. She is presently participating in the
Biomass and Biogas Roadmap mission to Mexico.
Carsten Glenting is the manager of the project support facility for the Climate Change Mitigation
and Energy Program between Denmark and Mexico. He has been overall responsible for and
contributed commercial and financial sections to the forthcoming IFC/World Bank Biomass to
Energy Guide for Investors and Project Developers, he is the financial specialist on the Namibia
Encroacher Bush Biomass to Energy project and he has been involved in the feasibility studies for
cogeneration at Ameca and El Higo sugar enterprises in Mexico.
Torben Helge is an international bioenergy and thermal power specialist with extensive hands-on
experience from concept development, feasibility studies, design, and construction management of
biomass to energy plants. In Mexico he has worked on a feasibility study for biomass co-firing at the
Petacalco coal fired power plant.