Jamaica joins Solar Head of State coalition to install solar panels on the Office of the Prime Minister in effort to combat climate change.
Barbados will install 2.6 MW of solar PV across 16 public Government buildings by the end of 2018.
PV Energy Limited and APUA to finalize their joint project to bring a solar plant and grid-stabilising energy storage facility to Antigua.
Scientists and policymakers participated in a forum at The University of the West Indies (UWI), entitled “100 per cent Clean, the Why and How of Jamaica's Transition from Imported Fossil Fuels to Natural Resources.”
From geothermal to solar energy, Dominica has managed to secure itself as a leading nation in the renewable sector.
The deal will expand the use of energy-saving street lamps; as well as, improve the efficiency of the power system in the City of Georgetown and the surrounding areas.
CEOs and energy leaders from Caribbean utilities recently met for the CARILEC Chief Executive Officers and Leadership Conference.
A loan of $64 million was awarded. The facility will deliver electricity to JPS at a price of $85/MWh over 20 years.
Puerto Rico is pursuing large-scale solar as a part of its reconstruction of its energy infrastructure.
This loan is intended to invest in the energy sector, particularly in the construction of micro-grids and prioritizing renewable technologies.
GreenTech Solar has won a contract to provide 10MW of renewable power to Antigua and Barbuda by retroactively fitting government buildings, hospitals, schools and car parks.
Power Ledger is working with factories and regulators to help companies finance microgrid resources such as solar and battery storage using its blockchain technology.
Despite dealing with natural disasters and energy poverty, Haiti has optimistically made hard commitments to create a renewable energy economy. In September 2017, the Haitian Parliament eliminated import tariffs and duties on solar equipment and the country is positioned well for solar.
A subsidiary of Taiwanese solar cell and module maker Neo Solar Power Corp has secured long-term financing of US$38 million for its Monte Plata solar project in the Dominican Republic.
A new 3MW Solar Farm in La Tourney, Vieux Fort is now feeding solar energy into Saint Lucia's electricity grid.
The renewable-energy project, which will feature an initial investment of about US$40 million, is expected to be completed within a year. Once operational, the installation will generate enough energy on a yearly basis to supply 10,000 households with electricity.