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Economía Coyuntural

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ZABALOY, María Florencia  and  GUZOWSKI, Carina. La política de transición energética de combustibles fósiles a energías renovables: el caso de argentina, Brasil y Uruguay en el periodo 1970-2016. Revista de coyuntura y perspectiva [online]. 2018, vol.3, n.3, pp.02-34. ISSN 2415-0622.

ABSTRACT New and Renewable Energy Sources (NRES) have an essential role in the energy mix because the energy sector is one of the main responsible of the Greenhouse Gases. At the same time, the introduction of these energy sources has a positive impact on the national energy security because it reduces the dependence on fossil fuels. This paper examines the effectiveness of the main public policies that introduce NRES in three countries of Latin America: Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, since 1970 to 2016. The results show that in this period Argentina has had a low performance in these policies in comparison to Brazil and Uruguay, due to regulatory and economic barriers regardless of the economic instruments implemented.

Keywords : Recursos Energéticos; Energías Alternativas; Desarrollo Sustentable; Planificación Energética; Países en Desarrollo.

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