Eduardo E. Reyes G, P.Eng.
Mr. Reyes is a geothermal engineer and environmental consultant specializing in climate change.
Formerly vice-Minister of the Environment for Panama, he now represents his country at climate change
conferences and consults to other countries with regard to carbon credits.
From 1981 to 2000 he worked at the Institute of Hydro Resources and Electrification (IRHE)
in Panama where he conducted several research studies on various sources of renewable energy
likely to be utilized in Panama in the future. He participated (1988-2000) in most studies on
the geothermal potential in Panama, performing geochemical, geological, and geophysical field exploration
in specific locations with good geothermal potential, prospecting the Baru Volcano Complex, the Chitra-Calobre
region, the Anton Valley, and the Tonosi area.
Mr. Reyes graduated from the University of Arizona (1981) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, specializing
in Mining Engineering, he earned a Diploma in Applied Geophysics to Engineering (1983) from the Costa Rican
Electrification Institute in San Jose, a Master’s Degree in Renewable Energies from the University of Auckland,
New Zealand (1987), with emphasis on geotechnics, especially applied geochemistry and geophysics,
and a Master’s in Biodiversity Management (2000) from the Pan American International University in Panama