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Regional Energy Dialogue: Session 2- Visions and Innovations, Tuesday 17 November 2020

Next week, the The CARICOM Energy is hosting a four-day Regional Energy Dialogue, a CSEF event, from November 16 to 18, 2020. The series of webinars will draw from the expertise of various stakeholders to provide insight into the actions and strategies through which countries can shift their energy systems away from the traditional, legacy designs to modern, smart and resilient alternatives capable of more effectively supporting their sustainable development needs.

On Tuesday 17th November 2020,  Session 2 will focus Visions and Innovations and will commence at 10:30 AST.

The Executive Directors of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC), Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE), and Caribbean Disaster and Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) – Dr. Colin Young, Dr. Gary Jackson and Ms. Elizabeth Riley – will speak about the mandates of their respective institutions in regard to climate actions, sustainable energy implementation and disaster and emergency management, and provide insights on how energy leaders within the Caribbean could make more effective strategic, policy and business decisions about the energy transition.

The session will be hosted by the Executive Director of the Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC), Dr. Cletus Bertin.

In particular, within the theme of CARICOM Energy Month: “A Resilient Community: Energy at the Centre”, the discussions will be forward looking and focused on how countries could deliberately navigate the unprecedented challenges and opportunities of our time to scale and accelerate clean energy and other sustainable solutions.

Register here: https://bit.ly/35gee90

Source: CARICOM Energy
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