The Latin American Energy Organization (Olade) makes available the publication Energy Outlook of Latin America and the Caribbean 2019 (LAC Energy Outlook 2019), English version, which presents the most relevant information on the energy sector of the Organization’s Member Countries, as well as aggregated information at the subregional and regional level for Latin America and the Caribbean.
This publication displays more than 1000 time series charts, energy supply and demand data, installed capacity, electricity generation, indicators and economic, socioeconomic and environmental information, as well as Sankey diagrams of the energy matrix, to name just a few examples.
For the second consecutive year, this document presents a comparative analysis of prospective studies carried out by different organizations for the period 2017-2040; disaggregated by 5-year periods, at the global, subregional and regional levels, the results of which have been harmonized by Olade, through common variables that allow forecasting and comparing the analysis of the future situation of the energy sector.
In the case of Latin America and the Caribbean, the document shows the projections made by Olade, considering two scenarios (Current Policy Scenario -CPS- and the High Gasification Scenario -HGS-), using the “Model for Simulation and Analysis of the Energy Matrix (SAME) ”developed by Olade.
A chapter on the most relevant events in the energy sector in different areas and details the most recent changes in each country on “Legislation, regulation and energy policy” is also included.
From Olade we hope that the Energy Outlook of Latin America and the Caribbean 2019, English version, becomes a document that contributes to the knowledge of the energy sector and is a benchmark for energy information in the countries of the region.
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Users interested in deepening the analysis and working with statistical information can register at our Energy Information System for Latin America and the Caribbean (sieLAC), whose access is free: http://sielac.olade.org
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