The CEM Regional Short Film competition is intended to engage young persons in the Caribbean Community in telling the story of our sustainable energy transition. It creates an opportunity to view the CARICOM energy story through the eyes of the end-user/ consumer.
The CEM Regional Photography competition “Caribbean Energy” is intended to engage citizens in the Caribbean Community in telling the story of our sustainable energy transition. It creates an opportunity to view the CARICOM energy story through the eyes of the end-user/ consumer.
By CEAdmin|2023-01-19T12:53:41-04:00January 19th, 2023|
ATOME Energy announced that its industrial-scale green hydrogen and ammonia plant in Paraguay could receive potential funding from the IDB. IN order to receive the funding, the 120MW facility will need to meet the high
By CEAdmin|2023-01-18T17:51:29-04:00January 18th, 2023|
Spanish renewable energy company, Grenergy, finished development of a 240 MW solar power plant in central Chile. This is the largest solar plant the company has ever built. They expect it to be fully operational
By CEAdmin|2023-01-18T17:50:11-04:00January 18th, 2023|
Puerto Rico announced plans to privatize its electricity generation amid chronic power outages. The decision is the latest in a series of blows to Puerto Rico’s Electric Power Authority (PREPA), which is currently in the
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