Co-hosted by Advanced Energy Group and the Caribbean Development Bank, the Island Resilience Action Challenge (IRAC) is a year-round initiative designed to build consensus around hurdles to grid resiliency on islands, identify actionable solutions - and then act on them.

At the 2020-21 IRAC Annual Meeting, the critical hurdle as identified by 100 leading island stakeholders was: "The lack of a clear vision for resiliency in each country." The solution generated by those same stakeholders? A ground-breaking resilience scorecard for the region.

The 2020/21 Task Force, organized around that solution, is charged with changing the way we measure resilience across the region. Will they hit their milestones, which includes, as a final goal, the adoption of the resilience scorecard by at least one Caribbean nation?

Join the 2020/21 Task Force at the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF) as we convene some of the most powerful thinkers working in the Caribbean energy markets today to assess Task Force progress, identify next steps, and build support and consensus for the scorecard and it's rollout.


  • Hon. Walter H. Roban

    Deputy Premier and Minister of Home Affairs

  • Hon. Christopher Saunders

    Government of Cayman Islands
    Deputy Premier, Minister for Finance and Economic Development and Minister for Employment and Border Control

  • Sen. the Hon. Simon Stiell

    Ministry of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Climate Resilience and the Environment, GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA
    Minister with responsibility for Climate Resilience and the Environment

  • Hon. Kerrie Symmonds

    Minister of Energy, Small Business and Entrepreneurship

  • Racquel Moses


  • Jeane Nikolai

    Government of Bermuda
    Director of Energy