Further to meetings held last week in Mexico City with Guillermo Valesco, Project Co-ordinator for Centro Mario Molina, the company has initiated a feasibility study of some EnerDynamic technologies for consideration by the Mexican Government for their major infrastructure installations related to Electric Vehicle Charging Points.
Centro Mario Molina is a non-profit think tank that examines the feasibility of projects to propose solutions to government agencies concerning urban planning and mobility issues in the greater metropolitan area of Mexico City. These issues include transportation, access to transit, reduction of carbon, implementation of green technologies in vehicles.
Centro Mario Molina is named after the only Mexican national to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry and was instrumental in identifying the Antarctic Ozone Hole.
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