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2013-05-22 | Renewable Energy Present Renewable Energy Handbook for Municipalities and Communities

The Santa Fe government today released the first version of the Renewable Energy Handbook for Municipalities and Communes, which seek to promote energy-saving tools.

 

The manual was presented in a ceremony led Governor Antonio Bonfatti, who proposed "a new social contract among all the inhabitants of the province in order to take care of something as precious as necessary energy."
The president convened to work "side by side in order to achieve a better quality of life for all residents of our province."
It is intended to implement "the solid waste management, the use of solar collectors for water heating and lighting of public spaces and systems for generating renewable energy."
The president explained the contents of the manual and said the provincial government's commitment to "meet the 8 percent of renewable energy that national law states that you must use the total energy in 2016."
"We want the province to implement projects such as photovoltaic power generation in Saint Kitts and Tostado, biogas electricity in Santa Fe, the high power wind farm in Rufino, and three hydroelectric plants on the river Carcarañá" listed.
The event took place in the lounge White House attended by Government Energy Secretary Luis Krapf; Renewable Energy Undersecretary, Damian Bleger, and the Minister for Water, Utilities and Environment, Antonio Ciancio, among other authorities.

The manual was presented in a ceremony led Governor Antonio Bonfatti, who proposed "a new social contract among all the inhabitants of the province in order to take care of something as precious as necessary energy."

 

The president convened to work "side by side in order to achieve a better quality of life for all residents of our province."

 

It is intended to implement "the solid waste management, the use of solar collectors for water heating and lighting of public spaces and systems for generating renewable energy."

The president explained the contents of the manual and said the provincial government's commitment to "meet the 8 percent of renewable energy that national law states that you must use the total energy in 2016."

"We want the province to implement projects such as photovoltaic power generation in Saint Kitts and Tostado, biogas electricity in Santa Fe, the high power wind farm in Rufino, and three hydroelectric plants on the river Carcarañá" listed.

 

The event took place in the lounge White House attended by Government Energy Secretary Luis Krapf; Renewable Energy Undersecretary, Damian Bleger, and the Minister for Water, Utilities and Environment, Antonio Ciancio, among other authorities.

Source:http://noticias.terra.com.ar