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Business Chile

2011, v. 274

  • Página 6
    Título: LIFE IS ON THE WIRE
    Resumen: The US multinational 3M has developed an innovative heat-resistant wire that could help Chilean companies transport electricity more efficiently.

  • Página 8
    Título: HARNESSING NATURE'S POWER
    Resumen: Chile's geography offers huge potencial for non-conventional renewable energy, but additional incentives are needed for more projects to be developed

  • Página 14
    Título: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MIX
    Resumen: Chile needs low-cost, reliable energy supplies to improve its competitiveness,but opinions differ on wich energy sources should be used.

  • Página 14
    Título: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY MIX.
    Resumen: Chile will need to nearly triple its energy supplies in the next 20 years but where will this energy come from¡ None of the options are without drawbacks, but the choice could determine Chile's future prosperity.

  • Página 22
    Título: NEW CHALLENGES FOR ELECTRICITY REGULATION
    Resumen: Chile's 30-years old electricity regulation framework needs to be updated to ensure a secure, competitive and growing electricity supply for the future.

  • Página 32
    Título: SEEKING IEA MEMBERSHIP
    Resumen: Chile is on track to join the International Energy Agency but first it needs to nearly quadruple its oil stocks.

  • Página 34
    Título: THE CHILE PARADOX
    Resumen: Chile's future growth will depend on its ability to balance strong government policies with liberalized markets, writes guest columnist David Rothkopf

  • Página 36
    Título: ENERGIZING US-CHILE RELATIONS
    Resumen: The US ambassador to Chile, Alejandro Wolff, talks to bUSiness CHILE about bilateral energy agreements and important multilateral initiatives in the region.

  • Página 38
    Título: LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE. ENERGIZE NOW.
    Resumen: After returning from the peace of Mongolia to find Chile in chaos, Santiago Eneldo says Chileans need to channel their energy constructively.