JMEA joins The Jamaica Energy Resilience Alliance

The Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association has joined the The Jamaica Energy Resilience Alliance.
As an Alliance member, the JMEA will be able to leverage the Jamaica Energy Resilience Alliance's resources to promote solar energy opportunities within the
manufacturing and export sectors.
In January 2021, the United States Agency for International Development and JERA launched the Strengthening Energy Sector Resilience in Jamaica programme. 
It aims to strengthen Jamaica's energy sector to rebound quickly from disasters, by supporting the adoption of distributed and resilient renewable energy technologies.
Under the programme, JERA is helping businesses explore ways to reduce power costs through free assistance to inform solar technology implementation and decision-making.

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