The ESADE Alumni Buenos Aires Chapter is pleased to invite you to 'Renewables. Opportunities and threats in the 21st century', a presentation by ESADE alumni David Ruyet PhD(c) in economics and EMBA (’07), founding partner and director of Energías Renovables Del Plata S.A.
This presentation will provide an overview of the main factors in the renewable industry in Argentina, and the main business and professional opportunities likely to arise in the forthcoming months in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
In 2016, the Argentine law 27191 created a framework for encouraging renewable energies in Argentina, prompting an increase from the 227 MW in operation to more than 2,500 MW, and a potential construction portfolio of up to 6.000 MW (in other words, almost 20% of the power facilities in Argentina). This not only paved the way for a transformation of Argentina’s energy network (this country’s energy production not only balances its current account, meets demand and replaces fossil fuels) but, on account of the vast potential of energy resources provided by renewable energies in Argentina, gave rise to a new industrial sector bursting with opportunities.
David Ruyet (Barcelona, 1970). Industrial engineer (UPC, Spain), EMBA 2007 (ESADE Business School) and PhD(c) in economics (Universitat Ramon LLull, Spain). In Buenos Aires, since 2012, he has been the managing partner and founder of ENERGIAS RENOVABLES DEL PLATA SA, an engineering and project management company focused on renewable energies. Previously, he was the director of energy and new business in America for the San José group. His career began in 1996 in renewable energies and he has a personal track record of more than 1,600 MW in operation. Associate professor in the industrial engineering department at the Institut Químic de Sarrià (Barcelona), academic assistant in the department of general management and strategy at the ESADE Business School (Spain) and visiting lecturer at ORT (Uruguay). David is also a board member of the ESADE Alumni Argentina Chapter.
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