Breakthrough smart grid technology coming to Barbados

Scientists in one of Canada’s snowiest cities will help a sunny Caribbean island switch to a green energy grid, leaving fossil fuels in its wake. University of New Brunswick researchers have received $4.3 million from Ottawa and Emera Inc.—the parent…

Central America & Caribbean To Spend $3.3 Billion On Smart Grid Infrastructure By 2025

Central America and the Caribbean will invest $3.3bn in smart grid infrastructure over the period 2015-2025. This investment will help lower the region’s high cost of electricity by incorporating renewable resources and reducing rampant electricity theft. At 19.8 cents per…

Smart Grids in the Caribbean, New Study by ECLAC

A study by ECLAC highlights the potential of smart grids technology in the Latin America and the Caribbean, which will greatly enhance the regions energy security. For example, Grand Cayman’s only public electric utility, The Caribbean Utilities Company, Ltd (CUC), is already in…