According to GTM Research, by 2018, Mexico and Brazil will generate 2 Gigawatts and 3.4 Gigawatts of solar PV, respectively.
These three Latin-American nations are paving the way for a better world
Two new nuclear power plants, to cost 14 billion dollars, will give a new impetus to Argentina’s relation with atomic energy, which began over 60 years ago.
The increase of hydropower plants in the Amazon could harm the world’s biggest rainforest
The recent BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2017 had a surprising statement to make
The South American country is considering becoming dependent only on renewable energy.
Latin America’s wind power market is changing with new players emerging, according to recent analysis.
Argentina and China will sign this month a contract in Beijing for the construction of two new nuclear powered plants, with an investment of US$ 12.5 billion
Celsia Solar announces the opening of a solar farm on September in Yumbo, Valle del Cauca.
The South Korea-Cuba program began in 2015 as a result of the thawing of ties between the United States and Cuba in July the same year.
Costa Rica produced 98% of its electricity last year without fossil fuels but the sustainable success story unravels with the rising demand for gasoline and cars
The power of the Andean sun. Chile has the largest solar-energy plant in Latin America and among the dozen biggest in the world.
Spanish clean energy company Acciona Energía has connected the 246MW El Romero solar plant in Atacama desert, Chile to the county’s Interconnected Central System
German 20 year energy transition can help Latin America move to a low carbon economy.
30 years after the nuclear plant disaster the radioactive land could become a solar plant with 1,400MW capacity.
The joint climate plan was announced at the North American Leaders Summit in Ottawa.