These discussions are expected to help develop a road map that will drive change and empower individuals, businesses and governments to capitalize on the synergies and opportunities for Sustainable Energy, Clean Transport and Resilience Building.
The forum will facilitate future investments in modern, resilient and sustainable energy and transportation infrastructure and pave the way for the development of sustainable and smart cities in the region.
The Forum will bring together key stakeholders in the field of energy and transport from the Caribbean including government agencies, electric utilities, financial institutions, development partners, donors, private sector, energy regulators , and multilaterals from across the Caribbean to build a blueprint for resilient energy and transportation infrastructure and to exchange ideas, best practices, and technologies.
A white paper will be developed based on the outcomes of the Forum for submission at the IV ECPA Ministerial to be convened in Montego Bay, Jamaica in 2020.
Source: Saint Lucia Times