Eduardo has more than 15 years of experience in international and national carbon pricing instruments and policy. He has focused on the development of greenhouse gas emission reduction projects and has designed climate change projects in several countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa in the following sectors: renewable energy, forestry, energy efficiency, oil and gas, aluminum, mining, landfills, agriculture, refrigerants, fertilizers, cement and construction.
He is currently the CEO of MÉXICO2, a Mexican Stock Exchange company, where he oversees the development of environmental markets such as carbon and green bonds markets. He has participated in the creation of a secondary market of Clean Energy Certificates (CEL) which supports the Mexican Wholesale Electricity Market.
He led the development of the simulation exercise of a Mexican Emissions Trading System as a preparation for the regulated emissions scheme in the country. The exercise was developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and counted with the participation of more than 120 companies. He has been a speaker at several conferences and events related to climate change and climate finance. He is member of the Working Group on Green Finance of the United Nations Initiative for Sustainable Stock Exchanges.
Eduardo has several specializations in the development of emission trading systems organized by the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP), organization in which he is instructor on carbon markets in Latin America. On these specializations Eduardo has paid special attention to the role of stakeholders from the electricity market due to its importance in emissions trading.