SUPPORTING PARTNERS

MEET ALL THE ORGANIZATIONS THAT SUPPORT RECAM!

Supporting Associations

AGER  was created in 2002 and its main goal is to promote research, education and harnessing of clean energy in Guatemala.

For more information, visit: www.ager.org.gt

Asociación de Grandes Clientes Eléctricos de Panamá (Agrandel) is a non-profit association established in Panama City in 2016 to group the major national consumers of electrical power, represent them, and influence decision-making, promote competence, reduce costs, and increase the reliability of the sector. 

For more information, visit: www.agrandel.org

The aim of ASOFER is protecting and supporting the development of the renewable energy sector in Dominican Republic. Our main goal is that everyone can access to renewable energy.

For more information, visit: www.asoferrd.org

MERL focuses on empowering women in the renewable energy industry by incorporating them to a professional network where they share experiences and knowledge.

For more information, visit: www.mermx.org

In 2006, five young entrepreneurs laid the foundation for South Pole. They came from different academic backgrounds but were connected by a shared belief: that our economy and society can only become really sustainable if environmental protection and social standards are profitably integrated into corporate processes.

For more information, visit: www.southpole.com

 

Media Partners

BNamericas is an online Business Intelligence Platform offering data, news, research and analytics on 10 industries in Latin America. More than 15.000 subscribers in 50 countries worldwide trust BNamericas for their insight in Electric Power, ICT, Infrastructure, Insurance, Mining, Oil & Gas, Banking and more. The combination of original news from on-the-ground industry experts, deep research on timely topics, more than 20,700 up to date company profiles and 6,900 project profiles, curated data sets and a database of 45,000 key contacts makes BNamericas the indispensable tool for anybody doing business in Latin America.

For more information, visit: www.bnamericas.com

 

Corresponsables is a leading Ibero-American media company that promotes and disseminates social responsibility and sustainability. Corresponsables emerged in Spain in 2005 and established its first Latin American branch in Mexico in 2012. Then, in 2014, Corresponsables started activities in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Uruguay. Corresponsables has published many yearbooks, dossiers, and news reports on social responsibility and sustainability from 2005 on. The company has seven websites across Ibero-America with up-to-date information about Social Responsibility and Sustainability initiatives of firms, governments, and NGOs.

For more information, visit: www.corresponsables.com

 

The Emerging Market Investor's Association (EMIA) is the world’s first and only not-for-profit Emerging Market organization, dedicated to advancing the industry as a whole and representing the combined interests of investors and investment professionals across asset classes.

For more information, visit: www.emia.org

Energetica Latam, Technical Energy magazine with more than 29.000 readers (Spain and Latin America): Engineers, installers, architects, Administration, associations of the sector and institutions, Manufacturers/distributors of equipment destined for operation and use in power facilities, Operators and users at energy plants. R&D+I companies, Universities, etc. You can subscribe to our newsletters.

For more information, visit: www.energetica21.com

ENF is a fast-growing renewable energy information company. Our company has the world’s most popular website for information about companies in the photovoltaic industry. We have two value-added core activities: industry directory – providing a PV company database with more than 36,200 PV companies; product directory – providing a PV product database with more than 44,100 PV products, including solar panels, inverters, mounting systems, cells, EVA and back sheet. All these make ENF a true PV industry resource, with each service expanding in as many as 8 languages.​

For more information, visit: www.enfsolar.com

FuturENERGY’s information content is targeted at all professionals in the energy and energy efficiency sectors who work in companies, government bodies, associations, R&D+I centres, universities, etc., which receive our information regularly.

FuturENERGY is completely bilingual, with all content published in both Spanish & English, allowing the company to reach out internationally to those able to influence and take responsible decisions that shape the world’s energy future.

For more information, visit: www.futurenergyweb.com