Q&A with Sebastian Kind, undersecretary for renewable energy in Argentina and founder of GREENMAP

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Q&A with Sebastian Kind, undersecretary for renewable energy in Argentina and founder of GREENMAP

“The greatest barrier for GREENMAP and other similar initiatives is resistance on the part of energy markets and organizations tied to the fossil fuel economy” Briefly describe your company. How has your idea evolved since you started? GREENMAP is an impact-driven, non-profit organization based in Brussels, Belgium, aimed at scaling up cheaper and faster renewable energy deployment at large scale in the developing world. We help governments customize solutions and implement credit-enhancement tools to attract investment, foster competition, lower the cost of renewable energy generation, and reduce CO2 emissions. Our…

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