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Monday, November 5, 2018

Creating a More Resilient Energy Sector

In an era of fierce and frequent hurricanes, few would argue with the premise that the energy sector in the Caribbean must become more resilient—and fast. But what’s the most effective way to harden the electric grid, and where’s the money going to come from? How can island nations, territories, and communities accelerate planning and develop consensus about priorities? How can they incorporate renewable energy sources in a way that makes sense to both power utilities and their customers? These are just a few of the thorny questions participants will tackle at the 10th Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF), which takes place November 7-9 in Miami, Florida.
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Monday, November 5, 2018

The Role of LNG in the Energy Mix

Natural gas production in the United States has boomed in recent years, contributing to a supply glut and reduced prices, while regulatory changes have paved the way for expanded U.S. exports. At the same time, technological innovations have provided new options for transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG), giving countries more flexibility to import this fuel seasonally or on a small scale. For some countries in Latin America and the Caribbean—especially those that currently burn fuel oil or coal to generate electricity—such factors could help change the calculus about the role of LNG in the energy mix.
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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Peruvian Ministry of Energy and Mines installs solar panel at its headquarters to promote the use of renewable energy and scientific research

The pilot project is been implemented in seven universities in Lima and rural areas of Peru.



Thursday, October 4, 2018

Going Green in Dominica—Literally and Figuratively

One year after Hurricane Maria stripped Dominica’s trees of their leaves and turned the lush Caribbean island to brown, Ambassador Vince Henderson reports that nature is rebounding. “The island is looking green again, and I think psychologically that makes a big difference,” he said recently, just days after returning from a visit home. In an interview, the diplomat talked about the resilience of his fellow citizens and some of the steps his country is taking to become more resilient to climate change.
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Thursday, October 4, 2018

PCJ Installs 21.8 kW Renewable Energy System at Head Office

Jamaica’s Energy Authority Drives Energy Efficiency Projects in the Public Sector
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