Argentina’s significant domestic natural gas and hydro resources has led to an electricity generation system based on these fuel sources, offering low electricity prices. However, declining gas production due to the exhaustion of resources coupled with growing energy consumption is emphasizing the importance of both diversifying energy supply and managing energy demand.
The city administration has a clear understanding that clean and efficient delivery of energy represents a major competitive factor for the local economy and the wellbeing of its citizens, so initiatives are taking place to minimize the energy needs of families and usinesses.
Sectors: Buildings, Industry, Transport
Country / Region: Argentina, Latin America and the CaribbeanTags: cities, cleaning, electricity, electricity generation, electricity price, energy, energy demand, energy efficiency, energy supply, light emitting diodes, natural gas
In 2 user collections: City Briefs by the Copenhagen Centre , C2E2 Publications
Knowledge Object: Publication / Report
Published by: Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency
Publishing year: 2017
Author: Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency