Panama looks to capitalize on Solar for the future

Energy/Infrastructure

It is a call that insistently touches the shoulder of every nation. The duty of each of them is to accelerate the transition to an energy system based on renewable technologies, that is, to develop clean energies.

What is left behind are fossil fuels to reduce the polluting emissions of the environment, causing global warming or greenhouse effect.

Panama, in its National Energy Plan 2015-2050 , aims to generate electricity by 2050 in 70% from renewable sources, especially solar and wind, which, in addition to being clean, produce savings.

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