Caribbean Infrastructure News

December 22, 2020

IDB Report: Infrastructure crucial for The Bahamas and Caribbean future growth

Institutional reforms and investments in infrastructure will be key to foster economic recovery in The Bahamas and the Caribbean region, according to…

December 22, 2020

CDB, IDB sign US$50 million loan for COVID-19 response in the OECS

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) today signed a US$50 million loan agreement to support COVID-19…

December 10, 2020

World Bank provides funds for agriculture resiliency in Haiti, flood risk management in Guyana

The World Bank has approved more than US$33 million for two Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries to further develop the agricultural sector and…

December 9, 2020

Renewables could help Caribbean islands become more hurricane-resilient

Solar panels connected to microgrids can come back online quickly after a storm, says Kaitlyn Bunker from the nonprofit Rocky Mountain Institute.…

December 2, 2020

Sovereign Pacific launches $500M Fund for the Caribbean

Sovereign Pacific Capital, an Asia wealth and asset management organization established a  $500 million Sovereign Pacific Fund, in…

November 5, 2020

New Trinidad and Tobago solar project to be “largest in Caribbean”

Trinidad and Tobago’s Finance Minister, Colm Imbert said government has secured two bidders who will deliver 112 megawatts of power from…

October 26, 2020

Construction begins on hurricane-resistant clean energy power plant in Antigua and Barbuda under UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Partnership Fund

The UAE-Caribbean Renewable Energy Partnership Fund has announced the start of construction for a hurricane-resistant clean energy plant in Antigua…

October 10, 2020

How to power a resilient future across the Caribbean

Distributed energy resources can be the key to improve the sustainability and resilience of the Caribbean’s energy systems, according to the…

September 10, 2020

CDEMA and US to partner on disaster resilience

The United States government in partnership with the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) launched a new USD$4.5 million initiative…