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Tanzanian representatives examine reverse power auctions in Brazil

Tanzania has 1,591 MW of installed grid generation capacity and approximately 76 MW in mini-grid systems to serve its population of over 51 million people. While these numbers are continuously increasing, electricity production meets less than 15 percent of the demand per year and only 30 percent of the population is connected to the grid. […]

Posted on 7 June 2017

Chile’s Law of Distribution and Territory

Chile’s energy sector is currently experiencing a period of growth, characterised by an increase in productivity, new projects and the introduction of new investments and players in the sector, with major legislative and regulatory changes that came into force during 2016. To date, the implementation of the Government Energy Agenda, which was presented in May […]

Posted on 27 April 2017

With renewables, Riohacha repositions itself as the energy capital of Colombia

On the 29th and 30th of March the capital of La Guajira was the engine of unconventional energy sources, at the first International Meeting of Renewable Energies, organised by the Association of Renewable Energies of Colombia (SER), the World Energy Council and the National Federation of Departments (FND). The renewables event was the first big […]

Posted on 27 April 2017

Bolivia at the heart of regional integration

As Bolivia faces a series of generation projects that aim to consolidate the country as the centre of energy within Latin America, the Bolivian member committee of the World Energy Council held a workshop to explore the global panorama of the hydroelectric sector and its impact on Bolivia. From a global perspective, in the last […]

Posted on 24 November 2016

Argentine Energy Leader Community member to present award winning paper at the 23rd World Energy Congress

Two papers being presented at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul next month by members of the World Energy Council’s Argentine Community of Energy Leaders, have been awarded 9th and 16th position within the top 20 papers submitted.

Posted on 22 September 2016

Argentinian Committee successfully launched its sixth edition of the Knowledge Development Programme for Energy Leaders

Over the last two and half years, 500 professionals from more than 136 companies as well as public officials and journalists, have participated in the World Energy Council’s Knowledge Development Programme for Energy Leaders in Argentina. On August 11, the  World Energy Council’s Argentinian member Committee successfully launched its sixth edition of the programme with […]

Posted on 21 September 2016

Future Energy Leaders shine in Africa and Latin America

As the World Energy Council welcome’s this year’s 35 new participants into its Future Energy Leaders (FEL) programme, Mercy Manyuchi talks to WEC Inside about her upcoming plans as a new member, while fellow FEL Renzo talks about his experiences to date.

Posted on 22 June 2016

Colombia: Dispelling myths and facing renewable energy challenges

Over 400 high level representatives from government, business and academia attended a Colombian member committee event ‘Myths and Challenges of Renewable Energies’ which was opened by the Colombian Energy Vice-Minister in Bogotá. The aim of the meeting was to dispel the myths that have built up around non-conventional renewable energy in Colombia by highlighting success […]

Posted on 22 March 2016

Brazil Workshop attracts wide audience

The Brazilian member committee recently held a workshop looking at the future of energy in Brazil to 2060, based on the Council’s Scenarios and Trilemma. The event included presentations by Professor Karl Rose, Senior Director for Scenarios and Policies, as well as representatives from Eletrobras, Petrobras and Energy Research Company (EPE), the Ministry of Mines […]

Posted on 19 February 2016

Socio-environmental issues top the agenda in Colombia

  Practices and policy guidelines that promote socio-environmental management of projects and ensure the viability of Colombia’s energy and mining sector were top of the agenda at a high level meeting attended by over 100 participants where Jairo León García, Technical Secretary of the Colombian member committee, recently spoke. At the meeting there was analysis […]

Posted on 16 December 2015

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