Colombia has long counted a clean energy matrix thanks largely to its hydroelectric capacity. But in the last few years policymakers and investors have sought to seize the potential of other renewable energy resources across the country. As 2018 draws to a close, plans have been made for Colombia’s first renewable energy auction. We spoke with Julia Gutierrez in the Office of Regulatory Affairs of the Ministry of Mines and Energy to get an update on the timing of the historic auction and terms, as well as the broader strategic goals for Colombia’s power market.
This year, our “Geopolitics of #Energy Workshop” previous to the XXVIII La Jolla Conference. https://t.co/ww0wcFRfMU is hosting participants from #Argentina #Brazil #Colombia #Guyana #Mexico and the #US
Starting the week with our annual “Geopolitics of #Energy Workshop” previous to the XXVIII #LaJolla Conference. The workshop serves as a key element of the Institute’s energy literacy efforts in the #WesternHemisphere region. https://t.co/ww0wcFRfMU
#XCrossBorderConsularDiplomacy Thanks to @SmartBorderCali stakeholders for your support to the @ConsulMexSdi work in benefit of this great binational 🇲🇽🇺🇸 megaregion @SempraEnergy @ConsuladoUSATJ @BorderBuzz @elacosta14 @iamericas A Family Photo!4
Delighted to have @USMEXUCSD, CILAS, and @OLADEORG as #collaborators for our XXVIII #LaJolla #Energy Conference. May 22-23 https://t.co/iXkpr4pXY7 #LJC193
Gearing up for last @IOA_Energy La Jolla Conference panel prep call - #Mexico panel featuring @neilrobertbrown @AztecDuncan @CNH_MX @agencia_asea Chris Sladen and moderated by William Candelaria @DLA_Piper
Great calls & conversations that will make for lively discussion