Caribbean Infrastructure News

January 11, 2022

RUBiS Energy Jamaica will Acquire 80 Percent of Photosol France

RUBiS Energy Jamaica will complete a £1.2 million deal and acquire 80% of the solar energy company Photosol France. The agreement will allow RUBiS to…

January 4, 2022

Banks look for mandates to finance Caribbean renewable energy projects

Caribbean commercial and investment banks, once hesitant, are now moving aggressively to finance clean energy projects across the region. Source:…

December 28, 2021

IDB closes year with nearly US$20 billion in new financing for the Caribbean and Latin America

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and its private-sector arm, IDB Invest predict they will end 2021 with $19.5 billion in new investments for…

December 20, 2021

MPC Energy Solutions and Leclanché form strategic collaboration for utility-scale energy storage solutions in St. Kitts and Nevis

MPC Energy Solutions (MPCES) has partnered with Leclanché, one of the world’s leading energy storage companies, publicly listed in Switzerland…

December 20, 2021

U.S. firm Eagle LNG signs deal to set up Aruba receiving terminal

U.S. firm Eagle LNG Partners signed a long-term contract to set up a $100-million liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and regasification terminal in…

December 9, 2021

Spain’s Dominion Energy, Bas unveil 50-MW solar project in Dominican Republic

After a year of building in the Dominican Republic, Spanish renewables developers Dominion Energy SL and its affiliate Bas Projects Corporation SL…

December 8, 2021

Caricom talks sustainable energy and moves away from fossil fuel

The Seventh Caribbean Sustainable Energy Forum (CSEF) hosted by the Caribbean Community (Caricom) Secretariat and the Caribbean Centre for Renewable…

December 8, 2021

IRENA, small island states align to accelerate energy transition

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) have signed an agreement that will see the two…

December 8, 2021

$3 trillion in Latin American oil assets are at serious risk due to lacking energy transitions

Early this year, the World Bank named Iraq, Libya, Venezuela, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Iran, Guyana, Algeria, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan as the…