Corporate Sourcing @ CEM

October 2, 2024

Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

Latin America is experiencing a surge in demand for renewable electricity from companies. While corporate procurement of renewables is still in its early stages, the potential for future growth is immense. Public-private partnerships are key to unlocking this potential. By adopting local and hourly renewable energy matching, companies can contribute to grid stability, and empower local communities. This approach aligns perfectly with the global goal of tripling renewable energy by 2030, making Latin America a significant player in a sustainable future (IEA).

This comprehensive session explores the strategic landscape of corporate and public renewable energy procurement, and its role in reaching the goals of tripling global renewables by 2030 while leveraging 24/7 carbon-free energy (CFE) for a sustainable future, particularly in Latin America (LATAM). By examining various business models, policy frameworks, and technology transfers from G7 and G20 countries, the session aims to address both global and regional challenges and opportunities. The session will emphasize the removal of barriers and implementation of policies that encourage global and regional corporate and public renewable energy procurement Sourcing.


Trigya Singh

Senior Coordinator

Gabriele Pelucchi

Policy Assistant