New Winds in Renewable Energy

[Latinamerica Press] It was no accident that the Incas adored Inti, the sun god. Anyone who has felt the blaze high in the Andes has a rough idea of just how powerful the sun is. The same is true of the strong winds that hit Peru’s long, Pacific coast. But renewable energy resources such as solar and wind power had rarely entered in debates over Peru’s energy sources, and mainly by academic circles and nongovernmental organizations researched or implemented small local projects.

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