Mexico has committed to a 25% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030 as part of its INDC, and it aims to generate 35% of electricity from clean sources by 2024. Distributed generation (DG) can play a key role in helping Mexico meet both goals. Mexico is undergoing an energy reform that will create increasing opportunities for DG deployment. Energy institutions in Mexico have already made regulatory and policy choices to enable DG deployment, and remaining economic, technical, and regulatory barriers can be addressed by adopting best practices. Listed below are some DG best practices explored in this case study.