Latin America’s Renewable Energy Policy

Latin America is emerging as a green powerhouse, with some of the strongest renewable capacity growth expected globally in [...]

Chile Ventures Into Concentrated Solar Power to Meet Renewable Energy Vows

Rising out of Chile’s Atacama desert, the half-built Cerro Dominador solar tower reflects the challenge the South American country [...]

Latin America Pledges 70 Percent Renewable Energy, Surpassing EU

The plan is meant to put Colombia and eight others in leadership roles ahead of the U.N. climate change [...]

“Uruguay Will Not Renounce Solar Energy”

The history of solar energy in Uruguay is part of the history of its energy change. That is to [...]

Brazil to Dominate Latin America’s Wind Power Market in 2018

Latin American wind has grown swiftly in recent years to almost 20 GW by August 2017, with 80 percent [...]

Paraguay to Issue Renewable Energy Law by the End of 2017

Although mired in significant delays compared to other Latin American countries, Paraguay is now preparing to issue its first [...]

Policies Driving Renewable Energy Growth in Latin America

Buoyed by rapid technology cost reductions and the consolidation of renewable energy policies, Latin America hosts some of the [...]

Argentina Charts Course For Renewable Energy

Argentina, Latin America’s third largest power market with approximately 32,000 megawatts (MW) of installed capacity, faces the task of installing [...]