HUBIQ ENERGÍA E INNOVACIÓN AC is a platform for business linkage, research and development, dedicated to promoting energy transition and climate action. It began operations in January 2021 with an event attended by the Secretary of Sustainable Development of Querétaro, Eng. Marco Del Prete Tercero; M. Jonas Russbild, Director of the «Convergencia de la Política Energética y de Cambio Climático en México» Project (CONECC) from GIZ Mexico; the president of the Clúster Energético, Eng. Patrice Rimond; and M. Natalia Nila Olmedo, Director of the Laboratorio de Investigación en Control Reconfigurable (LiCORE). HUBIQ is a non-profit civil association that has had the support of the state government of Querétaro from the beginning, through the Ministry of Sustainable Development (SEDESU), and the German Cooperation for Development GIZ Mexico, which has been fundamental for its development and implementation.


To drive energy transition and climate action in Querétaro through innovation in the State’s productive sectors. HUBIQ seeks to strengthen the local technological innovation ecosystem by integrating its different actors: entrepreneurs, startups, SMEs, investors, large companies, business organizations, universities, and government to contribute to the success of local innovation and entrepreneurship projects.
It focuses on three main areas:
• Strengthening relationships among members of the regional innovation ecosystem.
• Improving the skills of human capital.
• Promoting demand for technologies that facilitate the adoption of sustainable practices.


Its activities include technical training, workshops, networking events that connect academia with entrepreneurs and companies, conferences on sustainability, digitalization, and climate change, as well as advising and supporting technological innovation and entrepreneurship projects.


The Acceleration Program for Sustainable Energy Projects, which brought together innovative initiatives in biogas, energy efficiency, electromobility, wind energy, and laboratory services, marking a milestone in the promotion of renewable energy solutions.

Pre-feasibility Study for an Electric Micromobility System in Querétaro, complemented by a program of open courses covering topics from an introduction to micromobility to technological challenges and sector opportunities, designed to educate and raise awareness in the community about the importance of electric mobility.

Open Innovation Platform in partnership with LiCORE and CICATA, supported by the Engineering X program of the Royal Academy of Engineering. They launched online courses on critical topics such as sustainable mobility, digitalization, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, big data, cybersecurity, and IoT for smart cities, aimed at students and professionals aspiring to lead in these fields.

Data chain Summit: They co-organized this business summit on artificial intelligence, big data, and blockchain, bringing together technological leaders and experts from companies such as Siemens, Continental, SAP, Kionetworks, AWS, Zoho, Oracle, Microsoft, and GE.