Mexico’s Path to 100%

Considered a global initiative, the Path to 100% movement seeks to find reliable, quick and cost-effective ways to fully decarbonize electricity. To achieve this, there are a variety of paths available to every country. What would Mexico’s roadmap look like? Read more →

3 March 2021

Mexico’s Path to 100%: Mexico’s Trajectory Towards 100% Renewable Energy

With climate goals set by international agreements coming ever closer, industry experts agree that to curb emissions and boost the green energy transition a lot of work remains to be done. But with governments, states and private industry starting to pave their paths toward decarbonization, true sustainability remains an elusive concept. This prompts the question: how do we achieve the transition to 100 percent renewable energy?

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Q&A Series: Amaro Pereira Shares About His Work and Areas of Opportunity for Renewable Energy in Brazil

Amaro Pereira is an economist and associate professor of the Energy Planning Program (PPE) in the Institute of Graduate Studies in Engineering (COPPE) at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He has experience in energy and environmental modeling, along with working in the areas of regulation of energy sectors, integration of new technologies and different energy sources on issues related to climate change. Read more →

Q&A Series: Marina de Abreu Azevedo Shares Her Ideas about the Brazilian Electric Matrix

Marina de Abreu Azevedo is a doctoral student in the Energy Planning Program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She’s a researcher specialized in renewable energy and the Brazilian electric system at Fundação Getúlio Vargas Energy Department. Previously, Azevedo worked as an educational and sales consultant, translator, teacher and earned an internship in Health Safety and Environment (HSE) at the Natural Gas and Energy department at PETROBRAS. Read more →

29 September 2020

Diálogo sobre transición a renovables: mirada a América Latina

Durante la última década la capacidad instalada de energías renovables no convencionales ha aumentado significativamente, y sin duda continuará aumentado. El objetivo de poder acelerar la transición energética se ha transformado en un objetivo común de todos los países de la región Latinoamericana y no solo por un compromiso con el cambio climático, además por un tema de competitividad de estas fuentes de energía y por la notoria disminución de recursos hídricos, que hoy, son los que entregan flexibilidad al sistema.

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