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Latin America pledges 70 percent renewable energy, surpassing EU: Colombia minister
by Valerie Volcovici
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25 September 2019
On 25 September 2019 Reuters reported:
Latin American countries have set a collective target of 70 percent renewable energy use by 2030, more than double what the European Union is planning, Colombia's energy minister said, ahead of her country's October renewables tender.
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Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Colombia are part of the pact. Panama and Brazil are still weighing participation, [energy minister Maria Fernanda] Suarez said.
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