Caribbean Clean Energy News

September 1, 2021

Colombia’s ISA receives permit for Caribbean grid link

Interconexión Eléctrica (ISA) has received an environmental permit for its Sabanalarga-Bolívar transmission project in northern Colombia, according…

September 1, 2021

Caribbean, Central America solar development advances

Various companies across Central America and the Caribbean reported advances in developing solar capacity in the region. The report highlights the…

September 1, 2021

LUMA Energy says grid stabilization work has begun

Following a power outage that affected more than 100,000 people across Puerto Rico, LUMA Energy said it had begun work to stabilize the island’s…

September 1, 2021

Evergo projects 500 electric charging stations in Dominican Republic by close of 2021

With more than 300 charging stations for the latest electric vehicles, Evergo, a subsidiary of the parent company InterEnergy Group, plans to close…

August 25, 2021

Policy action for climate resilient energy systems in small islands vulnerable to hurricanes

With over 30 storms named, 2020’s Atlantic hurricane season was the most active on record and the tenth consecutive year with eight or more…

August 17, 2021

EU donates $16 million for solar panel project

European Union through the Global Climate Change Alliance Plus (GCCA+) program has donated €2.4 million or TT $16 million to Trinidad and Tobago for…

August 17, 2021

Jamaica targets IRP progress, aims to procure 320MW of renewables this year

The Caribbean’s leader in renewable energy, Jamaica, is looking to procure 320MW of renewables this year as part of plans to diversify its energy…

August 17, 2021

Caricom countries set out COP26 outcomes

The executive director of the Belize-based Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), Dr Colin Young, says the consequence for Caribbean…

August 17, 2021

UN weather agency: millions affected by climate change and extreme weather in Latin America and Caribbean

Climate-related and geophysical events resulted in the loss of 312,000 lives and directly affected more than 277 million people in Latin America and…