The Optimal Path to Decarbonization for Puerto Rico

The path to 100 percent clean energy is practical, possible and even affordable for Puerto Rico by 2050. However, this decarbonization journey will require optimization of both short-term and long-term storage to achieve Puerto Rico’s ambitious goals. The thing to keep in mind is that just adding renewables will not do the job. Read more →

Follow-Up Study on Chile Reveals Rapid Path to Decarbonization

Chile has one of the most ambitious decarbonization plans in the world, targeting carbon neutral electricity in 2050. This South American country is already at a 70% renewable energy share with some of the world´s best wind and solar resources available. It is possible to retire coal in Chile before 2030 and to reach a 100% carbon neutral power system before 2050. Read more →

Q&A Series: Mike Grim discusses the renewable plan in Texas and how the U.S. can lead the way in renewables

Mike Grim is an energy executive with over 40 years of experience with public power utilities, investor-owned utilities, state legislatures, local, state and federal regulatory agencies, lobbyists, and a joint energy action agency. His chief expertise is in project management, strategic planning, operations, energy portfolio management and trading, sustainability, external affairs, and business/economic development. Question: Read more →

Hydrogen Talk with Petteri Laaksonen

What roles will hydrogen and electricity play in power generation on the path to decarbonization? This is one of several questions that were explored during the March 31 webinar, Hydrogen Talk with Petteri Laaksonen. Read more →

Q&A Series: Alejandro Alle discusses importance of financing renewable projects in El Salvador and throughout Latin America

Alejandro Alle is currently a Managing Director at The Network Company in El Salvador with more than 35 years experience in energy. He is a mechanical engineer with a career that started with a specialization in nuclear engineering scholarship at the Argentine National Board of Atomic Energy in 1987. Since then, Alejandro has worked as the General Manager at Puma El Salvador (Trafigura), co-founded Quantum Energy and was Executive Director of Energía del Pacífico. Read more →