Revolve Director Omar Bojorquez participates in COP26 forum

Dublin, Ireland, November 10th, 2021 – Revolve Renewable Power co-founder and Director Omar Bojorquez was delighted to participate in COP26 earlier this week to discuss the revolution in transport needed to achieve the wider climate goals and how clean energy can play a key role in facilitating this revolution. 

A link to the recording is available on the official COP26 Youtube channel or by clicking on the following link

Omar commented that the transition to a transport system powered by electricity and the need to shift to renewable energy are inextricably linked particularly in Mexico, where the auto industry is a key sector for the country. In order for the transport sector to deliver the reductions in carbon emissions required to meet the global climate goals the electrification of the transport sector must be driven by renewable energy sources rather than fossil fuel generation, which is currently the primary source of electricity in Mexico. 

Revolve Renewable Power looks forward delivering its portfolio of renewable energy projects in Mexico into operation to assist the country in meeting it climate change objectives while also working with companies in the auto and other sectors to source renewable electricity for their operations.   


About Revolve Renewable Power

Revolve Renewable Power Limited ( is in the business of developing utility scale renewable energy generation projects in North America with a particular focus on wind, solar and battery storage technologies. 

The Company was established in 2012 and since then has successfully built a diversified portfolio of projects across the different renewable energy technologies in both the US and Mexican markets. It currently has a portfolio of 2.23 gigawatts (“GW”) of projects under active development and a further 1.16GW of greenfield opportunities, which it is in the process of converting to its pipeline in the near term. 

Revolve is in the process of rapidly expanding its pipeline and development activities in the US and is targeting an active portfolio of up to 3GWs under development by the end of 2022 in addition to a 2GW target for Mexico.