The Government of Haiti with the support of The World Bank, the Korea Green Growth Trust Fund, and Électricité d’Haiti, is pleased to host the Haiti Sustainable Energy Forum, at the Marriott Port-au-Prince Hotel from June 12 – 13, 2017.
The new President of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, has indicated that the reform and development of the country’s energy sector is a priority item for his Government. This has translated into a clear Government roadmap towards energy access and renewable energy development.
Haiti has significant renewable energy resources and abundant, largely untapped, opportunities for investment. Conditions for investment are improving. The Government and supporting donor organizations such as The World Bank, have, for example, conducted wide-ranging analysis of the sector and have put in place substantial incentives to facilitate entry into the market.
The Haiti Sustainable Energy Forum will provide clear insight into the overall readiness for investment of Haiti’s energy sector. Leveraging a new momentum in Haiti to address critical energy issues, the Forum also serves as a platform to introduce potential investors to specific opportunities in Haiti, and to showcase new sources of donor capital to finance these opportunities.
All presentations will both be in French and English and simultaneous translation will be available.