The Caribbean Infrastructure Forum represents an extraordinary convergence and convening of a market that is in urgent need of substantial investment.
In 2014, the incoming President of the Caribbean Development Bank, Dr. Warren Smith, predicted that US$30 billion would be required over the next decade to modernize the power, transportation, telecommunications, and water and wastewater sectors. As the extent of the threat posed by rising sea levels and unpredictable weather patterns is better understood, so the need to invest heavily in climate resilient infrastructure across multiple sectors has become clear. US$30 billion now looks conservative.
Hosted by IJGlobal, the infrastructure arm of Euromoney Institutional Investor, New Energy Events, the organizers of the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum, alongside title sponsors CIBCFirstCaribbean and KPMG, CARIF will convene the market and showcase the region’s infrastructure needs, explore structures and partnerships, and introduce Caribbean projects to international sources of financing.
Join us in December in Montego Bay for the Caribbean infrastructure event of the year.
Download the event brochure here: CARIF Event Brochure