Argentina's renewable energies chamber, CADER, is a nonprofit trade association bringing together national and international companies active in the local renewable energy (biofuels, wind, solar, etc.) industry with the purpose of ensuring and guiding the sector's growth. It works towards promoting bilateral trade, foreign direct investment, free market policies, and the sustainable growth of the renewable energy sector. It also supports the economic development of renewable energies, and aims at reducing the use of fossil fuels and increase the training of professionals in the area. CADER represents its members before the national or regional governments and other entities and institutions in the sector, as well as internationally. CADER was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Buenos Aires city.