Paula Garcia

Energy analyst

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Paula Garcia is an energy analyst in the Climate and Energy Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. She evaluates energy resource- and climate change mitigation- options in the electricity sector and works to advance public understanding of renewable and conventional energy technologies, policies and markets. See Paula's full bio.

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Energía Eólica Marina en los EE.UU.: Escala, Empleos e Innovación

Cuando visité el parque eólico marino de Block Island sabía que estaba presenciando un momento histórico. Este proyecto es el primero y único en operación en los EE. UU., cuenta con 5 poderosas turbinas eólicas y una capacidad instalada de 30 megavatios (MW). Acabo de participar en la conferencia de Energía Eólica Marina en EE.UU. 2019 y estoy absolutamente impresionada con el progreso que esta industria está teniendo. Acá les comparto 3 datos claves de la conferencia. Read more >

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Offshore Wind in the US: Scale, Jobs and Innovation

When I visited Block Island’s offshore wind farm 2 years ago I knew I was seeing history in the making. This project, the first one in operation in the US, has 5 powerful wind turbines and an installed capacity of 30 megawatts (MW). I just attended the US Offshore Wind 2019 conference and my mind is blown with the progress this industry is experiencing. Let me share 3 exciting facts that I learned at the conference. Read more >

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PREPA’s Agreement is Terrible for Puerto Rico

A new agreement on Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s (PREPA) debt represents a major setback for the future of the island. Read more >

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Acuerdo de Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica Es Pésimo Para Puerto Rico

Un nuevo acuerdo sobre la deuda de la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica (AEE) de Puerto Rico representa un gran retroceso para el futuro de la isla. Read more >

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3 Key Facts on the Participation of Women in Renewable Energy

What progress have women made in the renewable energy industry? Read more >

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