Tag: Argentina


Argentina under its first ever renewable energy auction received bids for 6,366MW of capacity, which is more than six times the capacity on offer according the Ministry of Energy and Mining. A total of 123 of bids were submitted by Read more…


Argentina has announced details of its first renewable energy tender scheduled to take place in October this year. Rules for the first-ever renewable energy auction in Argentina were recently announced by the government. The auction will allocate 1 GW capacity Read more…


Argentina is expected to receive international debt funding for implementation of solar power projects. According to recent media reports, the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC), part of the Inter-American Development Bank, will provide funding for sola power projects with total capacity Read more…


The Argentine government had kicked off preparations for the first-ever renewable energy scheduled for later this year. According to media reports, draft specifications for the auction of 1 GW renewable energy capacity shall be released by the Argentine government next Read more…


Originally published on Sustainnovate. The province of Jujuy in Argentina will be developing 700 megawatts (MW) of new solar photovoltaic (PV) projects with the German company Photovoltaic Park following the signing of letter of intent between the two, according to Read more…


After a crippling energy crisis in 2004, a result of a natural gas shortage created by a demand for the dwindling, high-priced supply, Argentina has increased their effort to diversify energy sources, and create more sources of renewable energy. Through Read more…


The effects of climate change are real and present in Chile, but so too is a growing movement and public consciousness to reduce people’s and companies’ carbon footprints. However, how much can a middle-income developing economy, such as Chile, commit to “clean tech” and GHG emissions reductions while much of renewable energy is still too costly and there are more pressing needs of keeping the Chilean people’s food on the table?

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