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Olade presents an Energy Planning Manual for Latin America and the Caribbean

The Latin American Energy Organization (Olade) today presented at its headquarters in Quito an Energy Planning Manual for the region, a tool that will allow its Member States Share information and project development.

Quito, June 19 (EFE) .- The Latin American Energy Organization (Olade) today presented at its headquarters in Quito an Energy Planning Manual for the region, a tool that Will allow its Member States to share information and project development.

The manual was presented within the framework of a Regional Energy Planning Workshop of Olade Gathered in the Ecuadorian capital to 20 delegations of member countries of the Organization, as well as of nations that are not part of the group like Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Cristóbal and

Olade's executive secretary, Alfonso Blanco, said during the meeting that "for the energy sector to be the engine of development, it is Necessary to have a strategic vision "and that the countries know" what is being done in each one of them, in order to generate an exchange of experiences ".

Blanco, who Also met with diplomats from member countries, emphasized the interest of creating a "link between OLADE and the regional community" as a fundamental axis of its management.

Secretary highlighted the appointment with the diplomatic representatives, as it allowed him to report on Olade's lines of work and activities, as well as to know the needs in this area Energy sector of the member countries.

For his part, the expert Hugo Altomonte, who participated in the workshop through a videoconference, stressed that energy planning, "besides Should be socially, economically and socially viable. "

Grenada's representative, Kelly Cyrus, said that the documents generated in the development of the Manual constitute a"

The Olade is made up of Argentina, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Grenada, Guatemala and Guyana.

As well as Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay and Venezuela.

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