Atacama

19 Jul 19
The Transformed Life

Getting the Gospel right, matters.

24 Oct 18
Megan Taylor Williams

This phrase, the black sheep of the family, is commonly used to describe the odd one out in a manner that can have rude connotations. As someone who is indeed, the weird one in her family, I’ve taken this phrase and owned it. To be the black sheep is to be unique, different, and much […]

24 Oct 18
Megan Taylor Williams

This phrase, the black sheep of the family, is commonly used to describe the odd one out in a manner that can have rude connotations. As someone who is indeed, the weird one in her family, I’ve taken this phrase and owned it. To be the black sheep is to be unique, different, and much […]

19 Jul 19
wavemarket86's blogs

The Chilean capital’s subsway system is considered the finest, as well as the largest, in Latin America. Through this initiative, CORFO and the Chile Renewable Energy Center (CER) partnered with the Solutions Center to evaluate the country’s solar energy plan and assess needs related to the legal framework, diffusion of information, financing, research and development, […]

19 Jul 19
vestdanger26's blogs

The project, which was launched in the presence of the Minister of Mining Baldo Prokurica, consists of solar panels installed on a floating island on the Las Tórtolas tailings deposit. The Chilean solar market is making its ascent, with nearly one-fifth of all renewable energy coming from solar PV. Northern Chile has the highest solar incidence in […]

19 Jul 19
lindazoo59's blogs

One widespread objection to renewables is the fact that they need some kind of backup, such as gas or hydro power. The Crystal Lagoons company and the Fraunhofer Chile Research Foundation signed a collaboration agreement whose objective is to build a prototype of water desalination with membranes, which would radically reduce energy consumption in obtaining […]

19 Jul 19
avenuenorth8's blogs

With its excellent solar resources and a liberal electricity market, Chile has seen a rapid rise of PV power plants recently. JinkoSolar Holding Co. (JKS), a global leader in the solar PV industry, will be manufacturing and transporting 197,000 high efficiency PV Solar modules for the first of the two projects — the Lalackama PV […]

18 Jul 19
Pip's Trips

This is more of a rant than my normal posts!  So I am currently job-hunting after nearly eight months off work. Seven months of those months were spent travelling and one month was spent having two holidays. I am now in the process of meeting recruiters and am having to explain that eight month ‘gap on […]

18 Jul 19
Ckingnfinding

By local bus, it takes a full day of driving to get from Salta to San Pedro De Atacama. Hours of window watching, driving the winding roads, trailing through the most amazing landscapes. Sweeping mountains of terracotta, green shrubs and golden tufts of grass, boulders, cactus, wild llamas and icy peaks. Getting to the Chilean […]

18 Jul 19
BroBible

I thought we’d mix it up a little today. Instead of looking at traditional brown/black leather watches, classic field watches, or steel dive watches I thought we’d take a look at some of the best men’s watches which have a little more character than the rest. Each of these watches has some element that makes […]