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Congressmen from Cesar will analyze the role of renewable energies in energy efficiency

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Congressmen from Cesar will analyze the role of renewable energies in energy efficiency

The forum ‘Renewable Energies, the solution to achieve energy efficiency?’, which will be this Thursday, April 25 at 9 am, in the Yui room of the Hotel Sicarare in Valledupar, will have the participation of congressmen from Cesar and La Guajira.

These are senators Didier Lobo, second vice president of Congress, Alfredo Deluque, member of the First Constitutional Commission, and Carlos Felipe Quintero, representative to the Chamber for the department of Cesar, author of a project that promotes the use of clean energy. through photovoltaic solar energy for social housing and priority housing.

The parliamentarians will analyze the role of renewable energies to achieve energy efficiency in the country and especially in the Caribbean region and in the departments of Cesar and La Guajira, main producers of thermal coal in Colombia and at the same time they are the territories with the largest solar farms and wind farms in the country, but they suffer from the high cost of electricity service.

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At the forum, organized by the newspaper EL PILÓN, there will also be industrial engineer Óscar Cifuentes Vargas, general manager of Gremca, a company in the agriculture and sustainable energy sector with a presence in the department of Cesar. Cifuentes will address the energy bets that the company has made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its production processes.

This entire conversation will be around the energy transition, since only 1% of energy sources in Colombia came from solar panels, according to information published by the Center for Labor Studies (Cedetrabajo) with data from 2019.

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This event has the support of the Drummond mining company and entry will be free for citizens.

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