Caribbean Energy Chamber Launched

The Caribbean Energy Chamber Incorporated (CEC) has been officially launched in St. Lucia.

According to a media release, the CEC is being established for greater global recognition of the energy challenges faced by the Caribbean and to prioritise affordable net zero energy security for the region.

The new pan-Caribbean chamber is a non-profit, non-partisan and independent organisation. CEC membership will comprise companies and individuals from the Caribbean and around the globe. Melanie Chen, the founding Chair, says CEC will serve as a hub for uniting all energy stakeholders in the Caribbean, including those from both public and private sectors.

As part of its initial efforts, CEC will focus on key areas including energy efficiency and public awareness, along with technical capacity rollout – which includes an engineering pilot programme with Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago.

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