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The provincial legislature approved the creation of the Energy Contingency Fund. This is a fund of 20 million pesos for immediate respond to contingencies affecting the supply of electricity. The Radical caucus decided to contest the scope of the proposal submitted by the Executive.
After warning that the project did not need the intervention of the Legislature “because it is power of the executive branch, according to the decree that led to the bill, the reporting member of Radicalism, Carlos Giaveno, said the fund energy contingency pursues a “propaganda of an interest as safe.” Giaveno stated that “the only solution may be to this problem is with long-term policies, strong investment, energy development and welfare.”
Moreover, the member of the Civic Front in Ersep, Juan Pablo Quinteros, predicted that request to the directory that being the elimination of fixed fees charged by EPEC, considering that the management and control thereof has become abstract. Quinteros’s position came after the prosecutor’s decision Gustavo Hidalgo to dismiss the complaint he had filed against former Epec directory for the use of proceeds for Arroyo Cabral Transformer Station. “This is neither more nor less than bleaching the cynicism of EPEC, which charges people a fee for a particular work and then brought to your whim,” Quinteros said.
All nutrients are absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract into the blood has the fundamental aim to provide the body enough energy so you can make, the more efficiently and with the least possible cost, all its functions and also to provide the material needed to be establishing themselves replacing losses occurring during the development of these functions.
The man and the higher animals (heterogeneity organisms) get this energy through a process of oxidation of nutrients that are ingested through food. However, the cells for energy cannot use such substances directly, since cellular energy production relies almost entirely on a molecule called adenoid tropospheric, or ATP, which is synthesized from the above nutrients above.
The ATP has three phosphoric acid molecules which are linked together, these links are also easy to break and release large quantities of energy that will be used by all body cells. When a cell needs energy for any function, through a process of hydrolysis is separated from the tip of the ATP molecule of phosphate joints, causing a large release of energy (approximately 7,300 calories).
As a result of this reaction is a new compound with two molecules of phosphoric acid, adenoidal diphtheria or ADP, which, through a reversible reaction, then will join a new molecule of phosphoric acid, which is obtained, again, another ATP molecule.
As shown, the cells, through complex biochemical processes, are able to transform the potential energy in food in the diet in other types of energy needed to carry out its functions, such as kinetic energy development of motor activities, the thermal energy to trying to regulate its temperature, or electrical energy, which is to be used in conducting nerve impulses.
Climate change is an environmental crisis is basically one of the global crisis that most areas of society as it involves is closely related to model development, civilization cultures of the planet and energy models.
One of the issues related to climate change is energy, the energy matrices and the transition to less polluting models. It is therefore important to analyze the New Energy Strategy of World Bank Group plans to be implemented from 2011, because of their relevance in relation to climate change issues and their connections to the structure of the neoliberal system being implemented by one of the states with the greatest power in the world such as the World Bank.
The issue of energy is at the center of the climate change debate and the need for new paradigms of development. Gem’s energy strategy calls for “increasing access and reliability of energy supply, and facilitate the transition to a line of energy development more sustainable in environmental terms to developing countries based on” improving operational performance and Energy sector financing “and the” consolidation of good governance to enhance the contribution of energy to equitable economic development “and emphasizes improving the” good corporate governance. “The strategy, as it can not be otherwise, is based on market approaches and covers a wide range of sectors on which work including renewable energy, energy efficiency, hydropower, natural gas to generate electricity on a small scale and even mining.
Several expert analyses, networking and social organizations have begun to draw sharp criticism of the strategy concerned that the World Bank’s rhetoric contrasts with reality, since many of its projects are supported by the intensive use of fossil fuels or have huge environmental impacts and the rights of indigenous peoples such as large hydropower that the WB financed in Africa.