About the Institute of the Americas
Established in 1981, the Institute of the Americas is an independent, inter-American institution devoted to encouraging economic and social reform in the Americas, enhancing private sector collaboration and communication and strengthening political and economic relations between Latin America, the Caribbean, the United States and Canada.
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In 2019, the Institute added a new program component, STEAM Labs. STEAM Labs provide experiential learning opportunities for students to expose them to a variety of STEAM subjects.
Perspectives from the Institute of the Americas Energy & Sustainability Non-Resident Fellows The Institute of the...
The energy sector in Latin America and the Caribbean has had a volatile year, with a plummet in oil prices early in 2020 and significantly lower demand amid coronavirus-related lockdowns.
As the aviation industry seeks to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, the global sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) market is expected to grow sharply in the years ahead, according to a September blog post by S&P Global Platts.
Balancing Potential and Challenges: A summary report based upon discussions at the Argentina Virtual Oil & Gas Roundtable
Argentina is a tale of two countries — that of opportunity and that of setbacks. This conundrum was evident at the Institute of the Americas’ December 3-4 Argentina Virtual
Oil & Gas Roundtable.
Cecilia Aguillón, directora de la Iniciativa Transición Energética, del Instituto de las Américas: “El sector eléctrico de América Latina está bien posicionado para ser el principal impulsor del hidrógeno limpio, ya que el ritmo de los proyectos de energía solar y eólica sigue acelerándose. ”
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated an evolution across Latin American electric utilities. The need for utilities to manage structural issues derived from increased deployment of Renewable Sources of Energy (RSE) such as wind and solar and Distributed Energy Resources (DER) has rapidly increased.