A specialist in the transport and storage of crude oil, development of fuel markets, impacts on tariffs from physical security issues and the energy transition from publicly held to private sector, Montserrat Ramiro has served on Mexico’s seven-member Energy Regulatory Commission since 2014. Committed to aligning economic opportunity with reducing emissions, she has a prominent platform to promote the study, creation and adoption of technological alternatives that can foster economic development, energy efficiency and competitiveness in Mexico. On fellowship, she explored alternatives that have the potential to become mainstream and reliable energy sources to reduce the use of fossil fuels and lower the impact of greenhouse gas emissions. Specifically, she looked at power storage to increase the reliability of renewable resources, the potential of nuclear fusion as a mainstream technology and the production of fuel from waste.


Energy Regulatory Commission



Areas of Interest

Energy, Environment, Sustainable Development
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Global Program

Country of Origin


Destination Country

United States