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Here’s some sunny news: the first solar-powered train in Latin America will run in Argentina’s Jujuy province. By the end of 2019, the train anticipates operating from La Quiaca to the capital San Salvador de Jujuy. The construction of Tren

As some of you may be all too keenly aware, Valentine’s Day doesn’t solely have to be dedicated to romantic love. Indeed, you may have even heard the term Galentine’s Day being banded about ever more frequently on the Internet …

One of the very few sectors in Argentina that, amid a steep recession, is actually increasing its production, the government has a lot invested in Vaca Muerta.

Along with big oil companies, the Macri administration is chomping at the bit

The 2nd annual Argentine Renewable Energy Congress (AIREC) took place last week in Buenos Aires. With 800 attendees – up from 500 in 2016 – the conference featured over 100 speakers from Argentina’s renewable energy industry. According to Program …

If you live in Salta, you would be a lucky person today. Especially if your phone keeps running out of battery when you’re waiting for the bus because you forget to charge it or because you just won’t stop instagramming …

Argentina has awarded 17 contracts to produce a total of 1,109 megawatts of renewable energy as part of its bid to diversify the country’s power grid.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAchZ6GWwDI

The companies will invest roughly US$1.8 billion to develop the projects, which will …

There was lots of expectations surrounding the public tender to develop renewable energy projects in the country. But it’s probably safe to say that no one expected it to be this good. And the government didn’t wait to celebrate. The

In an event at the Center of Environmental Information and Education in the City of Buenos Aires, President Mauricio Macri announced the launch of RenovAR this morning, an energy program destined to increase renewable energy generation for the country’s electricity …

juan boschAt the beginning of April, I attended a summit called The Future of Energy organized by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) in New York City. Different countries’ private and public representatives attended the summit. Debates and analyses were comprehensive, summarized …

US Ambassador to Argentina Noah Mamet will travel to California, US on Sunday alongside 25 Argentine officials and businesspeople to visit a dozen companies in the technology, innovation and alternative energy sectors. The trip is meant to promote the newly …