Australian company Enegix Energy announced this month that it had reached an agreement with Brazil’s Ceará state to build the world’s largest green hydrogen plant there.
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Report Launch Event: China Stakes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region, the U.S. and Beijing
Institute of the Americas and expert commenters for the launch of the Energy & Sustainability program’s report: China takes Its Claim in Latin American Energy: What It Means for the Region, the U.S. and Beijing.
Seminario web contara con la presencia de tres mujeres dinámicas: Ing. Sabina López, Mtra. Anaí Novoa, y Mtra. Laura Almodóvar. Las tres oradoras actualmente están trabajando o cursando un título en diversos campos de STEAM
Worldwide, the sentiment that 2021 will be a better year for humanity is based upon the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine. However encouraging this might be, the sole existence of the vaccine is not a sufficient condition to start the reset of the economy
In one of his first acts as U.S. president, Joe Biden revoked a key permit for the $8 billion Keystone XL pipeline project, which would expand the pipeline network
For decades, the Caribbean twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago has relied on oil and natural gas production to guarantee its energy security and provide a measure of fiscal stability for the government.
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.
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. ”