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Renpower Caribbean – Online Conference

10 – 11 March 21
Online Conference

Online Live Event – 10 & 11 March 2021       

Renpower Caribbean Investors 2021

The 2nd RENPOWER CARIBBEAN – investors 2021 has been designed to facilitate the dialogue among a wide cross-section of energy sector stakeholders – local and regional policymakers, private sector representatives and international experts – gathered to move forward with the resolution of adopting renewable energy to address key challenges such as energy security, energy sustainability and a resilient power infrastructure in the Caribbean region.

For recent years, the Dominican Republic has been leading the energy transformation in the Caribbean with several renewable energy projects already operating that in 2020 accounted for 17% of the energy injected into the grid. For 2021, the government seeks to reawaken and accelerate more projects with 400 MW in PPA’s in the upcoming months and also grid modernization to support the deployment of renewable energy.

Early in 2019, Puerto Rico adopted a new energy policy law – Act 17 – to set clear and ambitious goals for renewable energy adoption of 40% by 2025 and 100% by 2050. Early in 2021, The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) is slated to launch the first of six procurements, to secure 1,000 MW of solar and 500 MW of storage in the first round. In total, the island seeks to add 3.75 GW of solar and 1.5 GW of storage by 2025.

By 2025, Jamaica is expected to be generating approximately 22% of its electricity from renewable sources, and to achieve this goal the island is slated to tender 500 MW of renewable energy project in 2021. Moreover, the Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) will be investing more than US$100 million towards the modernization of the nation’s electricity grid, within the next five years.

The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands are also seeking to increase renewables penetration into the energy mix as part of the energy policies to establish energy independence and supply affordable and sustainable energy to the grid. The impact of climate change in the Caribbean and the importance for universal access of electricity is leading the Caribbean governments and private sector to look for strategies to catalyze the integration of renewable energies into the regional energy system.


• Caribbean renewable energy sector – outlook and recovery strategies
• Market highlight: Puerto Rico
• Market design to support new renewable energy project developments
• Developing and integrating a resilient power infrastructure in the Caribbean with the support of storage and new technologies
• Financing landscape to support the regional development of clean energy projects

All these questions, challenges and further prospects will be discussed in-depth during presentations and moderated panel discussions. Furthermore, there will be live Q&A and direct networking available for all the attendees being linked to the conference platform.

Not just a webinar – a full event experience!

Why attend:
4 Panel Sessions in two days of online streaming – 6+ hours of valuable content;
20+ expert speakers to learn about renewable energy developments in the Caribbean;
• Participate to the live Q&A and also access the on-demand recording of the event to view the presentations and panel discussions later on;
• Access our platforms to network with attendees for up to 5 weeks after the event (create your profile, schedule meetings, messaging and more);
• Connect from anywhere in the world & share business opportunities!

Wednesday, 10 March 2021
10:00 -14:30 (Dominican Republic Local Time)
Thursday, 11 March 2021
10:00 -14:30 (Dominican Republic Local Time)
Place: Virtual Platform (Online)

1 attendee: EUR 235
2 attendees: EUR 295
3 attendees: EUR 395
*Payment instructions will be given following your registration.

For more information, please contact:

Jose Romero
Event Manager
+1 407 227 3831