St. Lucia launches CEC to address energy security

The St. Lucia-based Caribbean Energy Chamber was launched yesterday with the organisers saying it is being established for greater global recognition of the energy challenges faced by the Caribbean and to prioritize affordable net zero energy security for the region.

CEC will serve as a hub for uniting all energy stakeholders in the Caribbean, including those from both public and private sectors.

Chair of the funding, Melanie Chen said the CEC is now in the process of setting up its 23-member board and with 10 members already enlisted, she will find nationals from Guyana to represent the country and its peculiar needs on the board.

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