Caribbean Infrastructure News

May 26, 2023

US Vice President Harris will meet with Caribbean leaders to discuss climate change, energy, food security, and economic prosperity

US Vice President Kamala Harris plans to travel to the Caribbean to meet with regional leaders in June. On the agenda? Climate change, energy, food…

May 26, 2023

Jamaica issues call for expressions of interest to supply renewable energy to the island

Jamaica issued a long-awaited call for expressions of interest to supply the island with renewable energy. Jamaica’s energy Minister also mentioned…

May 11, 2023

The fierce urgency of now

Written by: Ralph “Bizzy” Williams, Founder & Chairman, Williams Industries Inc. Planet Earth was designed with all the ingredients…

May 11, 2023

Guyana gears up to develop eight solar plants

Guyana prepares to develop eight utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) plants with a capacity of 33 MW. Source:

April 27, 2023

bp and Shell break ground on 112 MW solar plant in Trinidad and Tobago

Construction commenced on the 112 MW solar plant in Trinidad and Tobago, the project is being developed by bp and Shell. Source: EnergyNowTT

April 13, 2023

Exploring the Energy Transition: A Q&A with Caribbean Utility Executives

Caribbean utilities play a critical role in promoting the energy transition in the region. Their challenges? Myriad. The potential for stranded…

April 12, 2023

The Dominican Republic’s CNE grants concession to EGE Haina to build an 80 MWp solar farm

The Dominican Republic’s National Energy Commission (CNE) granted rights and permits to EGE Haina to build an 80 MWp solar farm on the island.…

April 12, 2023

Puerto Rico’s utility, LUMA, is requesting US$8.2 billion in federal investments for grid reliability projects

LUMA Energy, Puerto Rico’s utility, is seeking to upgrade Puerto Rico’s electric grid and has requested US$8.2 billion from the Federal Emergency…

March 31, 2023

A solar program in Cuba aims to equip 106 water pumps with photovoltaic energy

In the Cuban province of Las Tunas, a solar program is aiming to to provide photovoltaic energy to 106 water pumps in the rural community of Cruce de…