Caribbean across the finish line? Across islands and technologies, we’re seeing a big uptick in the financing and construction of world-class projects. Where are the success stories and what’s next?
The brave new world of the Caribbean utility. Grappling with decentralized grids, resilience, the role of regulators, the new energy mix – and new paths to profitability
Which islands are leading the charge for increased grid resiliency, and how? What are the solutions, who are the innovators, and who are the funders?
Caribbean leaders. The region’s most prominent government figures share perspectives on the critical need for investment in infrastructure
A deepening of financing options for Caribbean infrastructure assets. Sources of new capital and factors driving this expansion
As several port concessions are made available, what trends are driving the market and where are the opportunities for investment? A survey of cruise and container concessions and the players looking to invest in regional ports
Energy efficiency: redefining energy consumption across the region. Resources, strategies and case studies of energy efficiency success stories across sectors
Are airport PPPs taking off? Assessing the pipeline for airport development post-Norman Manley
Developing robust energy matrices. What does energy provision look like long-term across the region? How can LNG and renewables be developed in complement not conflict?
PPP mechanics for the Caribbean. Improving processes and expanding the use of PPPs in the region
Jamaica Infrastructure Investment Workshop
Private Breakfast, by Invitation only, hosted by JAMPRO & Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ)
Developing Robust Energy Matrices: What Does Energy Provision Look Like Long-Term Across the Region?
LNG: Enabler of a clean energy transition?Or comfortable compromise? Could the increasing natural gas energy provision slow the uptake of renewables in the Caribbean Is diversification really the best option?
Exploring experiences of simultaneous gas and renewables developments, such as in Jamaica and Barbados. How is this dynamic playing out in terms of economics and climate goals?
What is driving policy for renewable energy and how is this playing out in terms of economics?
What does the ‘roadmap’ for achieving ambitious renewable energy targets look like and how will it be facilitated?
With significant advances in battery solutions, can utilities look to renewables for increasing reliant power
Across the energy space, where are the most attractive opportunities for investment?
E-Mobility Part I: How Technology is Changing How We Use Transportation
Planning transportation is no longer about tracking routes; it’s all about understanding the traveler. Presentation of how the public sector is integrating private e-mobility trends to improve transportation.
Ministry of Tourism Senior Director, Planning and Evaluation
Is Data the New Gold Rush?
Increasingly governments, public sector entities and
hospitals are being approached by technology companies
who want to buy their data. At the same time, island nations must ensure data privacy, prevent cyber-attacks and adhere with common report standards and beneficial ownership.
How are island governments rising to meet the data
challenges of the twenty-first century?
Can island jurisdictions capitalize on their data and should they?
Can technology open up infrastructure investment to everyday citizens?
Infratech: Combining data & software platforms to provide new insights for the infrastructure sector, with applications at development, construction, and operational stages
CARIBBEAN CLIMATE-SMART ACCELERATOR Public Sector Lead
Water and Wastewater Treatment: Solutions for Resilient, Efficient Water Systems
With non-revenue water continuing to be a major concern for many islands, what are the best solutions to upgrade infrastructure and technology?
Climate change challenges, including droughts and hurricanes. How can water systems best include resiliency measures to manage these extreme events, for example via improved water storage, water recycling and multi-source systems?
Are governments open to using PPP models in order to reduce the fiscal restraints holding back improvements?
Improving the affordability of providing reliable clean water supply
Pointing to regional water and wastewater utility success stories and implementation strategies
Dealing with solid waste while protecting the Blue Economy