Manager, Sustainable Energy
Veronica Lizzio is a Sustainable Energy Manager at Castalia specialized in advising on sustainable energy, climate-resilience, and blue economy projects in the Caribbean. She has advised on the economic and financial viability of sustainable infrastructure projects across more than 15 jurisdictions in the Caribbean. Veronica has worked with a variety of clients including donor agencies, governments, and private sector clients. She developed 20-year Sustainable Energy Pathways for 13 CARICOM countries, which covered investments in RE, EE, natural gas, electric mobility, and resilience. She has advised on geothermal development in the Eastern Caribbean and regulatory frameworks to support renewable energy in Turks and Caicos, Trinidad and Tobago, and Dominica. She is currently working with the IFC and the IDB on assessing private sector opportunities in renewables throughout the Caribbean. Veronica holds a Master of Arts in Economics and International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.