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.
Álvaro Villasante, Vicepresidente de Generación del Grupo Energía Bogotá, participó en el panel transición energética de América Latina del #MEC2019, en donde se discutieron las 3 D y cómo las empresas pueden abordar la transformación energética global. #EnergyTransition2
We are about to start our panel discussion on Latin America's Energy Transition, the 3D's. #Madrid #MEC2019 @IOA_Energy
"Regulation should open the space for innovation (in energy transaction) that is not competitive today" said, Thiago Barral Ferreira, CEO Brazilian Energy Research Department. #MEC2019, #Madrid,
#MEC2019 Where do National Oil Companies Fit into Latin America's Energy Future? #Madrid @IOA_Energy
"There is a political oversell on energy transition that involves regulatory risks" said Jose Vicente Zapata, partner, Holland & Knight. #Madrid, #MEC2019, @IOA_Energy