Panama will Host Olade 2011

The country will host the meeting of the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE).

Monday, November 1, 2010

This event is scheduled for October 2011.

"This meeting will be attended by over 100 delegates from the Latin American energy sector, and will feature exhibitors from around the world to talk about bio-fuels and renewable energy", published

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Panama to Host Energy Symposium

September 2012

From 10 to 11 October the fifth International Symposium on Energy will be held, organized by the Union of Industrialists of Panama (SIP in Spanish) and the National Energy Secretariat.

The International Symposium on Energy is being held in order to find viable solutions with low environmental impact to energy problems and encourage the exchange of ideas and experiences in a national and international forum for discussion and negotiation.

V International Symposium on Energy in Panama

August 2012

Organized by the Union of Industrialists of Panama (SIP) and the Secretary of Energy, the event will be held on 10th and 11th of October at the Hotel El Panama.

As has become traditional, this symposium will bring together more than one hundred professionals related to energy, industrial companies other economic activities, as well as representatives from public institutions.

Energy outlook for Central America

June 2008

As energy demands in the region are expected to climb by 6% in the next six years, new investment opportunities are expected to open up.

A recent article in Central America Today explains how in the past, political squabbles and confusing patchwork of overlapping regional, state and private networks hampered efforts to modernize Central American energy systems.

No end in sight for Nicaragua's growing energy crisis

May 2008

Nicaragua's energy crisis is growing ever more severe because of the absence of investment in the electricity industry, said Lorena Lanza Espinoza, a senior Energy official.

Nicaragua, Central America's smallest power market, requires some 500 megawatts a day of electricity, but demand is growing by 5 percent a year and the country has no way of meeting it.

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