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Think the Gulf’s Only Energy Export is Oil? Think Again

When Majid Al-Suwaidi landed in Aruba in 2016, the United Arab Emirates consulate general to New York may have seemed as unlikely a guest as any to the tiny Caribbean island. His home nation and Aruba are separated by more than 12,000 kilometers (roughly 7,500 miles) as the crow flies....

CUC’s Use of Renewable Energy Up 250%

CUC power plant, North Sound Rd As Caribbean Utilities Company published its financial results for the first quarter of 2018 this week, Grand Cayman’s power provider has also revealed an increase in renewable energy use on the grid from 1 million kilowatts to 3.5 million kilowatts — a 250% jump from the same period...

10Power Leads Haiti Toward A Sustainable Future Powered By Solar Energy

The island of Hispaniola in the Caribbean is a perfect candidate for sociologists to study. On the eastern end is the Dominican Republic, which has a robust economy made possible in part because virtually every household and business is connected to the electrical grid. On the western end is Haiti, which...

S. Korea, IDB Sign MOU On Energy Projects In Latin America

South Korea and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) signed a memorandum of understanding to work together to build a smarter energy infrastructure in Latin America, Seoul’s commerce ministry said Friday.   Paik Un-gyu, South Korean minister of trade, industry and energy, reached the deal with Alberto Moreno, the president of IDB, in...