Five things Argentina can do to boost renewables

Summary: A new government, a decade’s worth of pent-up demand, uncommonly abundant wind and sun and water.  Five things the country must do to begin to regain credibility and attract the $5 billion it needs over the next two years.

Carlos St James closeupAbout the Author: Carlos St. James is an advisor to energy investors and developers in emerging markets. He founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber; is a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy; founded and is chairman of the Middle East-Americas Energy Council; and is publisher of the Latin American Energy Review.

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Renewable Energy on the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas

This article represents the first detailed analysis of the Falklands Islands/Islas Malvinas renewable energy program, which maximizes the more than abundant wind that consistently blows from the west across the more than 700 islands comprising the archipelago. One megawatt of wind energy is already up and running, individual farms also make use of it, and the local military base has recently signed a fifteen year agreement to have another wind farm built to supply them of cleaner energy. The island also has experimented with small hydro and solar, and has unique solutions to store energy.

Carlos St James
Carlos St James

About the Author: Carlos St. James founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber; is a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy; founded and is chairman of the Middle East-Americas Energy Council; and publisher of the Latin American Energy Review.

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Brazil’s renewable energy industry at a crossroads

An overview of the state and outlook of Brazil’s renewable energy industry, detailing the country’s potential, renewable energy installed capacity and pricing trends, and discussion be sector including wind, bioenergy (primarily ethanol) and solar.

Camila Ramos
Camila Ramos

Invited Contributor: Camila Ramos authored this piece exclusively for The Review. She is Director at Clean Energy Latin America/CELA, and a board member of the Washington-based Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy/LAC-CORE.

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