Political leaders and energy experts from across the Caribbean head to Miami next Monday for the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum.
The three-day event will explore the region’s renewable energy investment opportunities and will bring together more than over 400 delegates, including government officials, utilities, regulators, multilaterals, developers, and providers of capital and technology from more than 20 Caribbean countries.
Panel discussions will focus on specific countries, including Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and Saint Lucia. The event is being hosted by New Energy Events, with sponsorship from World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM), among others.
Speakers will include Barbados Minister Darcy Boyce, Jamaican Minister of Technology, Philip Paulwell and Caribbean Development Bank President, Warren Smith.