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Renewable Energy Efforts with Argentina's Energy Undersecretary

by Sloan Energy Club

Speaker Energy Sustainability

Wed, 18 Apr 2018

5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

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E51-395

100 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States

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The MIT Energy Club and the Sloan Energy Club will be co-hosting a talk by Argentina's Undersecretary of Renewables, Sebastian Kind. He and his delegation will be talking about Argentina's renewable energy policy and specifically about RenovAr, a successful implementation of renewable energy in Argentina (and which our friends down the street at HKS just wrote a case about).
 
More about Sebastian and his team:
  • Sebastian Kind (engineer, MSc. In Renewables from Zaragoza University, current Argentina´s Undersecretary for Renewables and current Chairman of the General Council of the International Renewable Energy Administration - IRENA)
  • Fernando Lagarde (lawyer, Chief Legal Advisor to the Undersecretariat for Renewables, lead advisor to Senator Guinle who promoted the RE law in Argentina), 
  • Ramiro Gómez Barinaga (lawyer, expert in financial and corporate law, senior advisor and expert in charge of the design of the guarantee scheme and the World Bank guarantee for RenovAr) 
  • Mauro Soares (economist, Stanford Sloan Class of 2007, former National Director for Renewables, founder and MD of EOS Energia)



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E51-395

100 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02139, United States

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Sloan Energy Club

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