Guayaquil will host the IV Ibero-American Congress on Energy Law to be held between October 12 and 13. The event is organized by the Ibero-American Association of Energy Law (Aside), which will bring together more than 40 speakers from 12 Ibero-American countries. The objective of the meeting is to address issues of global interest on regulation and the energy market.
Stevie Gamboa, member of the Organizing Committee of the Congress in Ecuador, said that this year the event is called Guayaquil Energy and it will be the meeting point for actors from the academic, business, government and civil society sectors of Ibero-America, where they will discuss and exchange their knowledge and experiences related to trends and good practices in public policies, regulation and business models that promote the process of sustainable transformation of the region’s energy system”.
Guayaquil Energy seeks to consolidate itself as an annual meeting point for the regional discussion of the new world paradigm of transition energy, which requires countries to decarbonize the economy with the incorporation of new and more renewable and less polluting energies, modify their production and consumption patterns to make them more sustainable, and thus contribute to the objectives of combating climate change.
Analysts from Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Spain, the United States, Argentina, Mexico, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic and Ecuador will participate in the event. They will present on the advances in the implementation of transition policies, implications of the energy transition in the fields of security of supply and universal access to safe and reliable sources of energy, strategies to play a role in the future energy transition, among others, in two days of conferences to be held at the Bankers Club of Guayaquil.
Those who wish to participate can obtain more information on the website www.energiamm.com. (YO)