Hydrogen Market Index for Latin America & the Caribbean

On a country-by-country basis, what is the status of hydrogen investment and development in Latin America & the Caribbean?

Join us for a complimentary webinar as we present the findings of the 1st Hydrogen Market Index for Latin America & the Caribbean.

How can investment in infrastructure revitalize Caribbean economies?

As we count down to this year’s 5th Caribbean Infrastructure Forum (CARIF 2021 Virtual), join us for a complimentary webinar on the potential for investment in infrastructure to revitalize Caribbean economies.

Gathering diverse investor perspectives, this webinar explores how the landscape has changed, and what that means for public sector and investors alike.

Caribbean Clean Energy: A Reality Check

Against the back-drop of CREF Virtual, join us for a stage-setting, big-picture webinar on the future of the Caribbean energy sector held on Wednesday, October 21st.

Have the events of the past 12 months helped or hindered the energy transition? We’re joined by a powerhouse line-up of all-female panelists to provide both personal and professional perspectives on the trajectory for clean energy investment in the Caribbean, and on islands world-wide.

Can impact investment in clean energy help drive the recovery of the Caribbean?

As we count down to the 12th Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum (CREF Virtual), join Deetken Impact Sustainable Energy (DISE) and New Energy for a complimentary webinar. Gathering diverse investor perspectives, this webinar explores how impact investment in clean energy and energy efficiency can help drive the revitalization of Caribbean economies.

Caribbean Leaders on Post-Pandemic Opportunities

Hosted with Republic Bank, a diverse panel of Caribbean corporate executives discuss the impact of the global pandemic to their respective businesses and industries.

We asked the critical questions such as are there any opportunities emerging out of the crisis? How can we tap into those opportunities? Do we think that regional policy-makers and multilaterals are doing enough to protect businesses and workforces? What more needs to be done?

Is the Time Ripe for an Expanded Geothermal Industry in Latin America and the Caribbean?

What are the prospects for the geothermal industry in Latin America and the Caribbean? In the build-up to next month’s GEOLAC Virtual, join us for a webinar to find out.

We’re joined by leaders from across the region as they explore how the industry can flourish in a low-oil price, fiscally restrained, post-Covid reality.

From the Front-Line: Caribbean Corporate Leaders on the Impacts of Covid-19

Join Republic Bank and New Energy for the second in a series of three webinars gathering private sector leaders to uncover the real impact of the pandemic on the Caribbean economy.

Gathering household names from across the region, we uncover the real impact on the Caribbean economy of the pandemic. How are the Caribbean’s most influential private sector leaders facing down Covid-19? What impacts and opportunities are emerging? What more do governments need to do to support the vitality of Caribbean business?

Jamaica: Scaling Up Investment in Clean Energy?

In the wake of the recently published IRP, and as we await news on the forthcoming RFPs for new generation, join Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) and New Energy Events for a webinar as we explore Jamaica’s roadmap to 50% renewables by 2037.

We ask the critical questions such as what is the plan to hit Jamaica’s ambitious renewable energy targets? What are the critical findings of the Integrated Resource Plan? What’s beyond 2037?

From the Front-Line: Caribbean Corporate Leaders on the Impacts of Covid-19

Join Republic Bank and New Energy Events for a webinar on the impact of Covid-19 on leading Caribbean corporates.

Gathering leading figures from the hospitality, travel, sports, finance and real estate sectors, we ask questions such as how has Covid-19 impacted day-to-day operations and prospects for growth in the short and long-term? Are regional policy-makers and multilaterals stepping up to protect businesses and workforces? What more needs to be done?