Summary: As diesel engines continue to lose ground against gasoline, the global biodiesel industry feels the pinch. Saddled with slow growth, a lack of technological advancement, little fresh investment and significant overcapacity, the industry increasingly turns on itself to fight for survival.
About the Author: Carlos St. James is a leading advisor to energy investors and developers in emerging markets. He co-founded and presided over the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber from 2005-2011; has been a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy since 2010; and publishes the Latin American Energy Review in his free time to help generate debate on the industry’s issues.
He will speak at the LAC-CORE Clean Energy Finance Summit, June 13-15, 2017 in Miami, where industry leaders gather to discuss the sector’s issues. www.laccorefinancesummit.org.