First Energy Security Summit Promotes Independence from Petrocaribe

The U.S. will host the first ever Caribbean Energy Security Summit in Washington, DC. It aims to promote greater energy self-sufficiency and environmentally sustainable diversification away from crude oil in the Caribbean through improved energy governance, better access to international financing, technical help,…

The Road to Renewable Islands

Since 2012, the Ten Island Challenge has garnered much attention from clean energy stakeholders in the Caribbean. It is the brainchild of Richard Branson, the Carbon War Room and Christiana Figueres, Executive Director of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),…

CARICOM Countries Reduce Dependency on PetroCaribe

As crude prices plunge, four Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member countries are taking steps to reduce their reliance on PetroCaribe, Venezuela’s  oil subsidy. The four countries include Guyana, Haiti, Belize and Jamaica and it is thought more will follow suit, according to…