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Clean Power

With COP 26 upon us, renewables will be the center of attention. Uruguay is a model for how a transition to clean energy can...

Clean Transport

São Paulo, Brazil, had been slated until somewhat recently to play host to a Season 4 race in the popular Formula E racing series...

This week Anne-Sophie Garrigou, journalist at The Beam, interviewed Fernando Schaich, a 49-year old chemical engineer who has more than 20 years of experience...

Clean Power

Originally published by the World Resources Institute by Joe Thwaites When it comes to renewable energy generation, the South American country of Uruguay is...

Clean Power

After posting a story about clean energy in Uruguay, we received some interesting info from German-based Spirea GmbH, a boutique cleantech advisory firm from Berlin....

Clean Power

For those wanting to understand what a clean electricity footprint looks like, go to Uruguay. In less than 10 years, the country has shrunk...

Clean Power

Enel Green Power has announced that it has completed and commissioned its first wind energy in Uruguay. A 50 MW wind energy project was operationalised...

Green Economy

Global renewable energy projects developer Sky Solar announced a major development in its plans to expand solar power infrastructure in Uruguay. Sky Solar Holdings...

Clean Power

Gamesa has won a fresh order to implement a wind energy project in Uruguay, which will help the company to increase its footprint in the...

Green Economy

Uruguay’s renewable energy sector has received a major boost with two wind energy projects bagging substantial financial support. The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has announced...

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Recently in the press there has been quite a focus on guns and their impact on society, including the potential public policy implications. Coinciding...

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