There are nine million people in CARICOM member states without electricity, reported executive director of Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Dr Gary Jackson. “That is about half of the population of CARICOM member states which is significant. So you understand how small we are. We have to find ways to work together
The fifth observance of CARICOM Energy Month (CEM) will be launched on Monday under the theme ‘A RE-silient Community: Energy at the Centre’.
Churchill Norbert takes sustainable tourism to new heights for Antigua and Barbuda In this feature, we present Mr. Churchill Norbert to the CARICOM Energy Personality Series Written by Tenille Clarke Media & Communications Consultant - GiZ/CARICOM A proud “Caribbean Citizen” in every sense of the term, Mr. Churchill Norbert’s vibrant cultural appreciation takes root
The Science of Storytelling: Dr. John Agard honoured as CARICOM Energy Personality; works towards a “coalition of the willing”
The Science of Storytelling: Dr. John Agard honoured as CARICOM Energy Personality; works towards a “coalition of the willing” In this feature, we present Dr. John Agard to the CARICOM Energy Personality Series. Written by Tenille Clarke Media & Communications Consultant GIZ/CARICOM An accomplished Nobel Peace Prize winner, academic author, researcher, tertiary-level professor and independent
Taking Charge of Sustainability: Paul Lewis reimagines the bright future of Montserrat In this feature, we present Hon. Paul Lewis to the CARICOM Energy Personality Series. Written by Tenille Clarke Media & Communications Consultant GIZ/CARICOM Widely known across the island as a “servant of the people”, Hon. Paul Lewis’ distinguished reputation in the energy sector
October 21, 2020 – Further to Minister Champagne’s announcement in February 2020 of the new Canada–CARICOM Skills Training for the Green Economy Scholarships program, Global Affairs Canada is pleased to introduce this new short-term exchange opportunity in Canada for students from the Caribbean Community member states, who pursue certificates, diplomas and associate degrees in disciplines
Barbados’ ten-year goal of becoming 100 per cent green energy-dependent is looking increasingly doable, as Barbados Light & Power (BL&P) is reporting a 10-megawatt increase in just one year from renewable energy suppliers feeding into the grid.