Today, we're spending time with Latin America solar veteran, Alejo Lopez of Nextracker. You should be listening if you're interested in:
- What's happening in the Mexico market
- Where else in Latin America Alejo believes hot, or not
- What it's like to convert from the Dark Side of Oil & Gas to the Renewables industry
- Key lessons and takeaways from one of the regions veteran developers
- And some fantastic book recommendations!
Alejo has been a leader in the Mexico solar industry for nearly 6 years now, and has been involved in some of the most important deals in that country. We turn over a lot of stones in this conversation. Thanks again for taking the time to be here. Enjoy this week’s episode of SunCast, with Alejo Lopez.
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Resources from today's Show:
Alejo on LinkedIn
Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power- John Meacham
The amazing adventures of Kavalier & Clay - Michael Chabon
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About the Host of SunCast:
Nico Johnson is the creator and host of SunCast, a regular conversation with Solar Industry professionals who are leading in emerging solar markets. The content of the show is geared towards listeners looking for insights on where the markets are headed, how to position themselves or their companies, and what today's market leaders do to stay ahead of the pack.
Nico is a 10-year veteran of the solar industry, having led development in the US and Latin America for global companies like Trina Solar and Conergy. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala and is considered one of the market's leading experts on solar PV expansion in the region.
Nico can be reached on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus
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