Renewable Energy Tenders and Community [Em]power[ment]: Latin America and the Caribbean, looks at the interface between the tendering process and the role that communities can play in renewable energy uptake in the Latin American and the Caribbean region.
Tenders have been a particularly popular mechanism in Latin America and the Caribbean in attracting record-setting participation. However an unintended consequence has been the de facto exclusion of a range of actors; including small business, communities, indigenous people, local government, property developers and farmers.
This report looks at various tender processes and community renewable energy projects across the LAC region and proposes a mechanism that could be used to encourage community involvement in renewable energy tendering process.
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