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PS 773 Public policy of the Government of Puerto Rico in relation to climate change and mitigation and adaptation processes by sectors

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Puerto Rico Senate

The measure filed in the Senate of Puerto Rico in December 2017 seeks to re-establish public policy in relation to climate change.

Caribbean moves towards energy efficiency in construction

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The Caribbean Community (Caricom) is writing code for energy efficiency in construction, this would help reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the region. However, the implementation of this system will depend on the will of each country.

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Caribbean moves towards energy efficiency in construction

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The Caribbean Community (Caricom) is writing code for energy efficiency in construction, this would help reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the region. However, the implementation of this system will depend on the will of each country.

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ALTERNATIVAS A LA CRISIS ENERGÉTICA QUE NUNCA HAS ESCUCHADO

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El petróleo. En el Siglo 20, acceso a esta fuente de energía económica y abundante trajo una de las eras de mayor progreso en la historia humana. A nivel mundial, la llamada energía barata impulsó un gran crecimiento económico, expandió la agricultura, y promovió el desarrollo de nuevas tecnologías; permitió que el hombre caminara en la Luna. Aceleradamente, esta “Era del Petróleo Barato” se acerca a su fin.

Ready for production the Posterriqueño!

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Arturo Massol Deyá

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After years of effort, Casa Pueblo's community proposal for the development of exterior lighting with high energetic efficiency is finally a technical reality. The Posterriqueño, which works with LED techonology, is ready for the first cycle of production. 

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Luciano Castillo: Winds of Innovation to Transform Energy Production and Engineering Education

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El Dr. Castillo, junto al grupo del instituto de verano de Texas Tech University del 2014 y el visitante Dr. Gad-el-hak de Virginia Commonwealth University
Dr. Castillo, the Texas Tech University's Summer Institute Group, and Dr. Gad-el-hak, visiting from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Engineering is often perceived as a utilitarian discipline where innovation is only for commercial purposes. However, many engineers work on solving problems of social and environmental importance. This is the case of Dr. Luciano Castillo, Professor of Engineering at Texas Tech University who has devoted his life—and hundreds of publications and various inventions—to improve the production of eco-sustainable energy sources through developing fundamental research in wind energy.

Resolution to study if used vegetable oil can be used as vehicle fuel

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Gerardo Cordero / gerardo.cordero@gfrmedia.com

The Puerto Rico House of Representatives approved a resolution to study whether vegetable oil used for cooking can be recycled as fueled for government vehicles.

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