Caribbean Infrastructure News

February 11, 2021

The economics of energy transformation zeroes in on infrastructure in Antigua and Barbuda

Prime minister and minister of finance and corporate governance, Gaston Browne has undertaken energy transformation focusing on renewable energy,…

February 8, 2021

Where is the Caribbean clean energy transition headed in 2021?

From our Editorial Team

Did the much-touted clean energy transition in the Caribbean survive intact through the pandemic? The consensus, it seems, is that we’re licking…

February 3, 2021

UN Secretary-General António Guterres calls for increased climate finance in Caribbean

UN Secretary-General António Guterres called for 50% of the total share of climate finance to be spent on building resilience and adapting to the…

February 2, 2021

Dominica prioritizes strengthening infrastructure with Citizenship-by-Investment funds

Dominica’s CBI Program, which enables foreign investors and their families to become citizens of the nation once investing in either a…

February 1, 2021

MPC Capital Raises $100 Million USD to build green energy plants in Colombia, Jamaica, El Salvador

MPC Capital AG  has launched a new entity named “MPC Energy Solutions” after raising $100 million. The entity has…

February 1, 2021

DXCD, the eastern Caribbean Central Bank digital money Is being readied for production

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB),  the monetary authority for a group of eight island economies has begun looking into Central Bank Digital…

February 1, 2021

New IDB report on gender-smart climate finance and infrastructure in the Caribbean

A new report by the IDB  aims to provide an overview of the gender and climate resilience nexus in the Caribbean and provide gender-inclusive…

January 28, 2021

Climate change puts pressure on failing Caribbean water supplies

While most people outside of rural mountainous areas in the Caribbean are connected to the public water supply, they frequently face outdated…

January 26, 2021

COVID-19 and climate change prompt an energy rethink in Trinidad and Tobago

The crash of global energy markets amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the growing threat of climate change are providing an impetus for a reevaluation of…