Options and Opportunities for INEEL (Citation Only)

Andrea Watson, Jill Engel-Cox, Nathan Lee, Jon Olson, Andrea Watson (NREL Technical Monitor), Jill Engel-Cox (NREL Technical Monitor), Nathan Lee (NREL Technical Monitor)

Research output: NRELSubcontract Report


Mexico's Energy Transition Law (LTE) went into effect on December 25, 2015, after being passed by the Mexican Senate. One requirement of the LTE is the transition of the former Electric Research Institution (IIE by its Spanish acronym) to the National Electric and Clean Energy Institute (INEEL by its Spanish acronym). This requirement stipulated new strategic work areas that were meant to position INEEL as a modern research organization that supports the achievement of the long-term vision established for Mexico's energy sector. The designation of INEEL and the new vision for INEEL represent great opportunities but also significant challenges. This report outlines a number of key actions that the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) review team believes are crucial for INEEL to undertake in order to make meaningful and lasting change within INEEL and to overcome these challenges.
Original languageAmerican English
Number of pages53
StatePublished - 2017

Bibliographical note

Work performed by Olson Research and Consulting LLC, Seattle, Washington; available upon request for NREL staff

NREL Publication Number

  • NREL/SR-7A40-67839


  • Energy Transition Law
  • Mexico
  • National Electric and Clean Energy Institute


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