Renewable Energy Caribbean is proud to partner with a variety of organizations who share our commitment to the Caribbean and the transition to a low-carbon future



The Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation is an association of electric services, dealers, manufactures and other stakeholders operating in the electricity industry in the Caribbean region, Central and South Americas and Globally. CARILEC endeavors to improve communication among its members, provides technical information, training, capacity building, conference and other services. The Secretariat plays a leading role in electric utility advocacy, growth and sustainability  in the Caribbean region, Central and South Americas.

cf-logo-big-e1532882241757.pngIn response to the underrepresentation of women in island energy leadership positions, the Clinton Climate Initiative and Chelsea Clinton launched the Women in Renewable Energy (WIRE) Network to empower the next generation of women leaders in island nations. The WIRE Network provides leadership and technical skills development opportunities as well as a support system for women to give them the tools to help lead island nations transition to renewable energy.



The Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum is one of the largest annual gathering of the Caribbean energy market, hosted by New Energy Events. CREF was launched in 2009 to gather governments, utilities, multilaterals and investors to explore opportunities to ramp up investment in clean energy across the Caribbean. Since then it has more than doubled in size with hundreds of delegates from 50 countries participating.


TCS Canada Trade Commissioner Service

The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) has a presence in 161 cities worldwide through Canada’s embassies and consulates. Several reside in the Caribbean region where Canada and Caribbean countries/territories maintain close socio-economic ties. TCS remains committed to promoting reconstruction and resiliency in the Caribbean.


Solar Head of State

Solar Head of State is a non-profit organization formed by a worldwide team of grassroots activists aligned with solar energy social entrepreneurs from around the globe. Based in the United States and active across the world, Solar Head of State is dedicated to the promotion of solar energy and climate resilience. The organization holds various initiatives including solar projects in Jamaica and Saint Lucia.



Nullam Recruitment is a globally active executive search and recruitment firm specializing in the energy, commodities, finance and technology sectors. Born from the belief that a company does not need to choose between people, planet and profits, Nullam champions a sustainable approach to both recruitment and business practices.



RECAM is a regional conference bringing together hundreds of senior-level decision makers from across the Caribbean and Central America sustainable energy market. The goal is to strengthen new partnerships in the market, and share opportunities in wind and solar innovations, micro-grid and storage technologies, investment and regulatory reform.



Climate Change in Focus is a research-based not-for-profit organization working to translate traditional know-how and the latest scientific knowledge into robust policy and action on climate change. CCIF undertakes action research focused on practical, scalable solutions; as well as advising government and development agencies on how to mainstream climate change throughout their activities.