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After being the first Latin American leader to congratulate Joe Biden for beating Donald Trump in the US presidential election, Alberto Fernández went one step further yesterday and detailed his thoughts on how Biden’s presidency could compare to that of …

On Monday morning, President Mauricio Macri delivered a speech in which he confirmed rumors of a significant restructuring in the Argentine cabinet and the government’s ministries. The changes are part of the Government’s goal of dramatically reducing Argentina’s fiscal deficit

Yet another whirlwind weekend for multilateralism. Energy Ministers met in Bariloche on Thursday and Friday of last week to discuss common ground in the sector. In contrast to the drama of the G7, this meeting ended with a joint communiqué …

The latest set of hikes in utility bills has been dominating the news cycle since their implementation, becoming the political power struggle of the moment. As the opposition has been trying to capitalize the discontent caused by the increase in …

President Mauricio Macri has asked provincial and municipal governments to cut taxes on utilities as the public conversation about the cost of energy continues to rumble on.

Following the decision by the government to introduce a payment plan on utilities

Argentina and China finally reached an agreement on the construction of the nuclear power plant Atucha III after five years of negotiations. The final deal contains a small detail which made the headlines today, as the power station will cost …

In light of the Argentine energy grid’s inability to face the population’s energy demands as a result of the last days’ heat wave — which caused numerous power cuts — the government had to call on its neighbors, Chile,

In response to the new “private electric power regime” — launched by Energy minister Aranguren back in November — the Macri administration has seen one of the biggest investments to date; with a whopping US $3 billion to be spent

With hot summer days around the corner, a new government plea to cut electricity consumption has been launched. The request? Air conditioning should be kept to 24 degrees. President Mauricio Macri called this process “a grain of sand

We knew it was going to happen, and it has. President Mauricio Macri’s administration today made the new gas rates official, publishing them shortly after holding the public hearings that the Supreme Court had demanded in August. All the information …