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Improving, Increasing and Facilitating Access to Education and Training in Renewable Energy in Latin America (ETRELA), is a project that is part of the International Climate Protection Initiative (IKI) and is managed by the Latin American Energy Organization (Olade), which has the financial support of the Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety of Germany, following a decision of the German Parliament (Bundestag).

Society’s continuous and growing demand for energy has caused environmental impacts, mainly due to the excessive use of energy sources that represent high environmental, social and economic costs.

The promotion and impulse in the development and use of energy sources with less environmental impact represent a good measure to guide the energy sector towards sustainable development. This space provides information on projects, experiences, knowledge, regulations, among others, focused on the development and implementation of sustainable energy sources.

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Analysis of the existing curricula of the most relevant renewable energy markets in the region, SOLAR THERMAL

This report presents the results of the analyzes carried out as part of Activity I.3 of the project, with a focus on solar thermal energy. Activity I.3 analyzes the existing curricula in the renewable energy markets that are most relevant in the region: solar and wind energy. The Latin...

Analysis of the existing curricula of the most relevant renewable energy markets in the region, SOLAR PV

This report presents the results of the analyzes carried out as part of Activity I.3 of the project, with a focus on solar photovoltaic energy. Activity I.3 analyzes the existing curricula in the renewable energy markets that are most relevant in the region: solar and wind energy.  The...

Analysis of the existing curricula of the most relevant renewable energy markets in the region, WIND

This report presents the results of the analyzes carried out as part of Activity I.3 of the project, with a focus on wind energy. Activity I.3 analyzes the existing curricula in the renewable energy markets that are most relevant in the region: solar and wind energy. The Latin American...

Capacity needs assessment in Education and Training for Latin America, Solar Energy Report

This report brings together the results of an Assessment of Training Needs in Education and Training in Solar Energy sectors of 20 Latin American countries carried out between April and September 2019. The different results and conclusions of the work carried out by the project...

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