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Early in 2016, droughts pummeled Latin America's hydro-dependent grids. Political and economic crises then came to a head in two of the region's largest countries. The growth of electricity demand has also stagnated across much of the region due to the current economic deceleration. On the other hand, new energy sources, especially wind and solar power, have continued to gain traction in local electricity sectors, as has the historic opening of the region's second largest power market in Mexico. Large power infrastructure projects are also due to come online over the next few years. With all this in mind, BNamericas reached out to its clients and contacts for the 2017 Electric Power Survey, intended to gauge the regional industry's current concerns and get a sense of its expectations for the new year and beyond.
Natural Gas on Latin American Power Grids
Wind Power Keeps Growing in LatAm despite Economic Woes
Can Renewables Gain a Foothold in Colombia's Power Sector?
Electric Power Outlook 2017: New Opportunities amid an Uneven Recovery
Chile's Power Sector: Renewables Continue to Shine
Brazil's Electric Power Sector: How will it Emerge from the Crisis?
Solar Set to Surge in Latin America
Mexican Power Sector: The New Market Takes Its First Steps
Perus Power Sector as New Leadership Takes Office
Energy Efficiency in the Latin American Power Sector
Argentina Seeks to Revitalize Its Power Sector
6th Latam Power Generation Summit 2016
Hydropower in Latin America: Adapting to New Realities
Siepac and the Road to Central American Energy Integration
Electric Power Survey 2016
Wind's Burgeoning Role in Latin America's Matrix
Maintaining the Momentum of Chiles Renewables Boom
Electric Power Outlook 2016: Power Market Opportunities in Turbulent Times