Improved regulations can speed up the pace of Caribbean renewable investment

The “biggest roadblock” to the investment in renewable energy projects in the Caribbean are the investor regulations that are in place, Martin Vogt, managing director of German investment and asset management company MPC Capital has said.

Vogt made the statement as part of a presentation in the Energy Chamber’s virtual conference during a session titled “Attracting capital for renewable energy projects.”

Carlton Thomas from National Energy said now more than ever is a good time to accelerate the transition regionally to clean energy, particularly if governments and investors collaborate. More robust regulation and policy can speed up the pace.

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