One of the essential components of Energy Reform is to generate electricity from clean, renewable solar, wind, hydroelectric or geothermal sources.

An example of this is the Los Azufres III Geothermal Power Station Phase I, which, thanks to its clean technology, will prevent more than 177,000 tons of carbon dioxide per year from being released into the atmosphere, equivalent to stopping 155,000 vehicles from polluting.

With projects like the newly-inaugurated power station in the state of Michoacan, firm steps are being taken towards the goal set by the General Law on Climate Change of ensuring that at least 35% of electricity will be generated from clean sources by 2024.