Why the Argentine government is clamping down on electricity demand

Summary: Argentina’s energy crisis may take longer to resolve than initially thought. The government has begun a campaign to reduce demand in what is perhaps the single most important culprit of the country’s energy crisis: runaway residential demand. They may have to soften the messaging to be successful.

Carlos St JamesAbout the AuthorCarlos St. James is an advisor to energy investors and developers in emerging markets. He co-founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber in 2005; has been a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy since 2010; founded the Middle East-Americas Energy Council in 2014; and publishes the Latin American Energy Review in his free time.

LAC-CORE Finance Summit

 He was recently named Summit Chairman of the upcoming LAC-CORE Finance Summit held at the Ritz Carlton in Miami, Florida this October 3-5, and will also be speaking at the Argentina International Clean Energy Congress in September.

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Can Argentina’s Energy Sector Come Out of Crisis Mode?

The Inter-American Dialogue was kind enough to ask me to answer a question on Argentina for their latest publication. I copy below the question and my response.

About the Author: Carlos St. James is an advisor to energy investors and developers in emerging markets. He co-founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber in 2005; has been a board member of the Latin American & Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy since 2010; founded the Middle East-Americas Energy Council in 2014; and publishes the Latin American Energy Review in his free time. He was recently named Summit Chairman of the upcoming LAC-CORE Finance Summit held at the Ritz Carlton in Miami, Florida this Oct. 3-5.

LAC-CORE Finance SummitHe will also be speaking at the Argentina International Clean Energy Congress in September as well as at the the Chile International Clean Energy Congress Week in mid-October.

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A Matter of Faith: Argentina’s new renewable energy regulations

Summary: Argentina published the initial set of regulations for its renewables law and is rapidly moving towards a public tender, with billions at stake. There are still a lot of unknowns and additional resolutions will be forthcoming — but until then, it is a market where instinct will have to play an unusually large role for investors.

Carlos St JamesAbout the AuthorCarlos St. James is an advisor to energy investors and developers in emerging markets. He co-founded the Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber in 2005; 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.

He was recently named Summit Chairman of the upcoming LAC-CORE Finance Summit in Miami, Florida this October, in which Argentina’s situation will play a major role.

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He will also be a panelist on an Argentine-centric renewable energy webinar on April 28 and pontificate at a breakfast briefing to be held in Buenos Aires in mid-May.

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