RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One of Paraguay's most significant assets is that it is among the world's largest generators of energy per inhabitant, and that this energy is hydroelectric, clean and renewable.
According to a report prepared by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), over 83% of this clean energy is exported at low and stable prices, and the country imports polluting hydrocarbons at high and unstable prices to cover its energy demand, in an exchange clearly unfavorable for Paraguay.
The UNDP suggests a number of different approaches that can be addressed in the energy transition that Paraguay . . .