Energy Pavilion


The following messages were conveyed in the Energy Pavilion:

  • Peru assumes its climate responsibility in the energy sector. The Peruvian energy matrix is diversified and it evolves towards a lesser dependency on oil. Energy and mining sectors are highly important for Peru’s growth.
  • Peru believes it is feasible to have sustainable development decoupled from larger emissions in the energy sector.
  • Thus, it prioritizes an energy matrix with natural gas and renewable energy, strengthening technological development, productive diversification and public-private partnerships, under the necessary strategic planning. An outstanding example is the current ongoing inauguration of solar and wind farms in several areas of the country.
  • Furthermore, Peruvian regulations and the renewable energy auction mechanism also stand out, and they are used as a model for other countries.
  • Peru also has an active policy, and has made specific progress, to promote energy-efficiency and to extend energetic coverage and infrastructure in the country.
  • It is essential to empower developing countries with better technological tools to implement NAMAs in the energy sector.

Pavilion Modules

Video bikes
Module in which visitors could produce energy by pedaling 4 bikes. Energy accumulated and was reintegrated to the network.
Imagen 29 - Bicicletas

Natural gas
This module presented an explanatory video on the advantages of natural gas against other fuels.
Imagen 30 - Gas Natural

Traffic footbridge
This module invited visitors to walk through a footbridge with a video floor, displaying shots taking from above of streets. In the video images were overlaying with Peru’s traffic information.
Imagen 31 - Pasarela del Trafico

Clean energy
In this area, there were manually turning totems showing the 5 types of clean energy: water, wind, geothermal and solar.
Imagen 32 - Energa Limpia

Rural house
In this house, showed as part of the scenery, an improved stove was exhibit, as well as photovoltaic equipment.
Imagen 33 - Casa Rural

Productive Uses
A dryer and solar heaters were exhibited in this area.

Photovoltaic panels and propeller
Photovoltaic panels were shown, which accumulated energy later reintegrated to the network. Besides a solar propeller was exhibited.
Imagen 35 - Panel solar y ice

Bio-climate proposal for houses in the High Andes
In this area, the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru exhibited an example of sustainable houses, in which the main concept is saving energy.
Imagen 36 - Propuesta as altoandinas

Electric car
A totally electric car was exhibited, which is emission-free, noiseless and runs without oil.

Imagen 37 - Auto Electrico

Cellphone charging panel, with photovoltaic panels
Energy-efficient and eco-friendly technologies were exhibited, such as small photovoltaic panels and LED bulbs. With the energy stored in those panels, visitors were able to charge the battery of their cellphones or tablets.
Imagen 38 - panel de recarga de celulares