St Kitts and Nevis Receive RE Loan from WB & IDA

St Kitts and Nevis are to benefit from $120 million in World Bank and International Development Association funding focused on growing competitiveness, renewable energy and human development.

Cuba to Increase Renewable Energy Output by Six Times

The Director of Cuba ’s Renewable Energy Department and CREF 2015 Speaker, Rosell Guerra, predicts that the county’s renewable energy output will increase by six times over the next few years.

Cemex Launches 1.5 MW Solar Plant in the Dominican Republic

Cemex Dominican Republic has announced the launch of a solar plant that will provide renewable energy for its cement plant in San Pedro de Macorís. The plant comprises 5040 panels with inverters that capture the sunlight and convert it into energy. “The contribution represents 1.5 MW that will allow us to produce 2.2 million kWh […]

$20M Waste to Energy Deal Sealed on Caribbean’s Nevis Island

The government of Nevis Island, a small island in the Caribbean Sea, has signed off a deal that will see a waste to energy facility constructed on the island in partnership with Baltimore, Maryland based renewable energy firm, Omni-Alpha. According to the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), the deal has been agreed between the company and […]

Clinton Foundation & RMI Promote Green Energy in the Caribbean

This week the Clinton Foundation’s Climate Initiative and the Rocky Mountain institute have joined forces to promote green energy in the Caribbean. Through this partnership, green energy projects from across the region will be selected, financed and developed.