In order to publicize and disseminate the plans and programs of Rural Energy in the countries of the region and analyze the various policies applied in this sector, this Monday 22 was inaugurated in Lima, the IV Latin American and Caribbean Electricity Seminar- ELEC 2014.

The Diploma aims to train professionals in Latin America and the Caribbean related to energy issues and incorporate social responsibility aspects within programs and policies for the energy sector.

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Mon, 09/22/2014

The Dominican Republic will host this 22 to 23 September the  workshop entitled  "Training Tools for mainstreaming Gender Equality in Energy Policy and Projects" organized by OLADE  with the support of the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic, with 35 participants in the energy s

Wed, 09/10/2014

OLADE's Executive Secretary, Dr. Fernando Ferreira made a courtesy visit to the new Secretary General of UNASUR, Dr. Ernesto Samper.

Wed, 09/10/2014

This September 8th 2014, OLADE's Executive Secretary, Dr. Fernando Ferreira held a working meeting with Mr. Pedro Merizalde Pavón, Minister of Non-Renewable Natural Resources of Ecuador.

Mon, 09/08/2014

OLADE launched the Executive Development Program in Energy Planning for Central America and Mexico, under the framework of international cooperation between the Canadian Cooperation and OLADE, starting with 10 online virtual modules and face-to-face workshop that was held from August 25 to 29, i

Thu, 09/04/2014

The Gender and Energy Interagency Commission was formed in Haiti, on August 6, and aims to promote gender equality in the field of energy for sustainable development.

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