Renewable Energy Caribbean is an online news source covering clean energy news and analysis exclusively for the Caribbean market. We cover industry news, finance, project developments, market intel and analysis, and public policy issues.
Renewable energy is quickly advancing in the region, yet there remain few news outlets that cater specifically to this field. In 2014, we started Renewable Energy Caribbean to meet the demand for timely and topical news in the market, and support our overall mission to strengthen knowledge-sharing around sustainable energy, climate change resilience, capacity-building and climate finance throughout the region. Since launching, we’ve published over 200 Caribbean stories showcasing this advancing market; as well as, countless reports and studies to bolster information exchange.
We publish weekly content and offer a free, monthly newsletter to our subscribers summarizing our top stories and upcoming events. We also undertake research on the power and renewable energy markets to produce quality reports and briefings with a Caribbean focus. We are proud to be the top ranked news site for renewable energy in the Caribbean with a broad readership that encompasses every CARICOM / Caribbean country and territory – and many others from around the world.
Laurel Murray is Executive Director of Climate Change in Focus. She has over ten years’ experience in renewable energy and climate science (impacts, risks, vulnerability and adaptation), policy analysis, participatory policy planning, training and knowledge management. Her current areas of focus include climate finance, upscaling renewable energy, community-led adaptation, and mainstreaming climate-resilient development. Over the years, she has written extensively on sustainable development and the environment; as well as, edited numerous journal series and books. She holds both a Masters and PhD from King’s College London.
Jonathan Greaves is Principal at Nullam Recruitment specializing in energy, clean tech and commodities. His interest in the energy markets originally took shape as a recruiter in the natural gas and LNG space. Today, Jonathan’s work and expertise have expanded to include sustainable energy and storage. Jonathan has worked with some of the world’s leading tech companies, utilities, funds, banks and trading houses and sits on several Boards related to clean energy and climate change. He also has a background in media production, having worked with the BBC, SOAS Radio, and One World Media where he supported youth development and training initiatives.