Marina Yesica Recalde

Marina Yesica Recalde
National Scientific and Technical Research Council | conicet · Fundación Bariloche

Doctora en Economìa

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In the last decades energy efficiency has become the most way to achieve Energy Transition and most promising, fastest, cheapest and safest means to mitigate climate change with significant co-benefits. Nevertheless, the experience shows that, despite being cost-effective, many energy efficiency actions are often not implemented by consumers or bu...
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The article describes the results achieved so far in the implementation of five Learning Energy Efficiency Networks (LEENs) and Energy Management Systems (EMSs) in industry, based on ISO 50001. These LEENs are a component of the Energy Efficiency Project between the European Union and the Argentinean Government (www.eficienciaenergetica.net.ar). Th...
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En mayo de 2018 en el marco de una Cooperación entre la Unión Europea (UE) y la Secretaría de Gobierno de la Energía de Argentina (SE) se inicia el proyecto, “Eficiencia Energética en Argentina”, financiado por el Partnership Instrument de la Unión Europea. El proyecto como tal tiene como objetivo general contribuir a la estructuración de una econo...
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En Mayo de 2018 en el marco de una Cooperación entre la Unión Europea (UE) y la Secretaría de Gobierno de la Energía de Argentina (SE) se inicia el proyecto, “Eficiencia Energética en Argentina”, financiado por el Partnership Instrument de la Unión Europea. El proyecto como tal tiene como objetivo general contribuir a la estructuración de una econo...
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Municipal Solid Waste Energy Conversion in Emerging Countries: Technologies, Best Practices, Challenges and Policy presents contributions from authors from India, Brazil, South Africa and China who come together to present the most reliable technologies for the energy conversion of municipal solid waste. The book addresses existing economic and pol...
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In the last decades, the relevance of household energy-efficiency measures has increased, not only as mitigation policy, but also as key energy policies that may improve socioeconomic development. Despite their cost-effectivity, some of the most important household energy efficiency measures are often not implemented. There are different barriers t...
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En este trabajo se analiza el concepto de transición energética justa, conespecial énfasis en el aporte potencial del sector residencial a este objetivo.A estos efectos, se realiza un análisis de las transiciones recientes yde las políticas de eficiencia energética residenciales en Argentina, Brasil,Chile, Colombia, México y Uruguay. Entre los aspe...
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Despite significant natural potential for renewable energy in Argentina and the political intention to generate 8% of electricity from renewable sources by 2017, by 2016 the share was only 1.95%. Although this aggregated picture appears unfavourable, several diverse initiatives promoting the development and application of decentralised renewable en...
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El interés de esta investigación radica en analizar el rol de las políticas públicas y de la planificación energética en el alcance de los objetivos del desarrollo sustentable, entendido como una evolución coordinada y conjunta en el tiempo de cuatro dimensiones: social, política, económica y ambiental. Se pretende analizar con especial atención la...
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En este artículo se analiza en qué medida los factores del entorno de la política energética de un país en desarrollo, tal como Argentina, determinan la evolución de la inversión en energías renovables. La baja calidad institucional del país ayuda a crear condiciones no propicias que contrarrestan el efecto de la política energética, reduciendo los...
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El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar para el caso argentino la evolución de la política energética desde el año 1945 hasta el año 2015, poniendo especial énfasis en examinar lo ocurrido en la última década en lo referente a la política de promoción de las energías renovables, enfocado desde una perspectiva histórica, multidimensional y amplia de...
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Con posterioridad a la crisis económica atravesada desde fines de los noventa que culmino con la devaluación de la moneda a inicios del año 2002, el consumo de energía en el país evidencio altas tasas de crecimiento que superaron significativamente el incremento en la producción y la capacidad instalada. Como resultado de la combinación de estos fa...
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The promotion of renewable energy is a priority for the majority of the regions of the world. The key motivation for the promotion of these sources varies according to the countries; in some cases, the aim is to mitigate climate change, in some others is to address the growing energy demand, or to reduce the dependence on imported fossil fuels. To...
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En las últimas décadas las energías renovables han cobrado impulso a nivel mundial con un significativo impacto sobre el desarrollo sustentable de las naciones. Si bien diferentes trabajos analizan la eficiencia de políticas e instrumentos para la promoción de dichas fuentes, la mayoría de las veces se deja de lado el análisis de cómo el contexto e...
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The Integrated Climate Modelling and Capacity Building Project in Latin America, known as the CLIMACAP project, is financed by the European Commission, DG CLIMA. It is a 36 month project, and started in December 2012. The project is led by the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), and is implemented in partnership with leading European a...
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Coastal ecosystems are one of the most impacted and altered regions worldwide, both because of natural reasons and because of the large population that is concentrated along the coasts. In Argentina, the problem of coastal erosion is very important as these areas represent the 18.33% of the whole territory with 36% of population living in this area...
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In the frame of an enhanced environmental discussion regarding the existence and convenience of energy decoupling or dematerialization, this paper studies the past trends of global primary energy resources in relation to monetary and demographic variables in a top-down framework. This paper aims at contributing to the literature on dematerializatio...
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Chapter 5 analyzes the problem of low RETS penetration in the electricity mix of developing countries, with the main objective of identifying the roots of this problem and outlining some possible strategies to solve it.
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This article presents a comparative case study of the institutional aspects of policymaking and the impacts that this has had on the development of the biodiesel market in Argentina and Brazil. The study draws upon an analysis of the policymaking process and, based on the available statistical evidence, discusses how this has influenced the market'...
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This article presents a comparative case study of the institutional aspects of policymaking and the impacts that this has had on the development of the biodiesel market in Argentina and Brazil. The study draws upon an analysis of the policymaking process and, based on the available statistical evidence, discusses how this has influenced the market'...
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In this paper we analyze energy efficiency promoting mechanisms used in Argentina in the 2001–2010 period in the electricity sector and their results. We particularly concentrate in analyzing the evolution of tariffs, sectorial consumption and the results of recent energy efficiency programs. We find that, as long as security of supply constitutes...
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This paper offers a theoretical discussion of the concept of income in classic economic literature and an estimate of hydrocarbon income in Argentina in the period following the deregulation of the oil sector and the sale of the State company YPF S.E. The following are among the main considerations: the increase in joint income after change in nati...
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This paper analyzes the relationship between economic growth and energy consumption for a sample of 21 Latin American and Caribbean countries during the 1970–2007 period. The investigation is made on the bases of the Energy Environmental Kuznets Curve (EEKC) hypothesis, using a panel data analysis. Energy consumption at aggregate level is used as a...
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In the early 1990s Argentina liberalized and privatized the energy system, trending to a total market oriented system and abandoning the use of energy policy. Since 2004, as a result of a boom in energy demand and constrains in energy supply, Argentina has gone through an energy problem mainly related to natural gas and electricity, which derived i...
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This article examines the cyclic behavior of investing in upstream oil and natural gas exploration in Argentina and some of the main economic variables in agreement with Kydland and Prescott's methodology (1990). The objective is to clarify the determinants involved in deciding to make said investment in a developing country. Some of the main quali...
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The link between energy consumption and economic growth has been widely studied in the economic literature. Understanding this relationship is important from both an environmental and a socio-economic point of view, as energy consumption is crucial to economic activity and human environmental impact. This relevance is even higher for developing cou...
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From the mid eighties on, most of Latin American Countries reformed their energy systems. The impact of these reforms over electricity markets was different in each case. However, in the majority of these cases there was a shift to private participation, instead of State, and a convergence of electricity systems to hydro and thermal technologies. T...
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Despite its great wind endowment, Argentina has not still succeeded in increasing wind power share in its wholesale market. However, the energy supply problem that this country is facing from 2004 on seems to open an opportunity for wind energy projects. A wide range of legislation has recently emerged.In this context, this paper discusses whether...
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This paper presents a brief analysis of the key points for the development of renewable energy. The aim was try to respond about two important questions: Can deployment of renewable energy put downward pressure on Argentinean supply system? If so, How could it be done? We found that majority of countries with high contribution of renewable energy i...
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In this paper we study Argentinean energy consumption pattern for the period 1990-2007, to discuss current and future energy and economic sustainability. To this purpose, we developed a conventional analysis, studying energy intensity, and a non conventional analysis, using the Multi-Scale Integrated Analysis of Societal and Ecosystem Metabolism (M...

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