Caribbean energy sector stakeholders to strengthen regulatory frameworks in the region

Energy sector stakeholders from across the Caribbean will meet in Barbados next week to strategise on how they can strengthen their regulatory frameworks to expedite renewable energy investments in the Region.

The two-day engagement is being led by the Caribbean Development Bank as part of its Accelerated Sustainable Energy and Resilience Transition–2030 framework, in partnership with the Organization of Caribbean Utility Regulators.

The event will see decision makers and leaders from government energy ministries and regulatory bodies from CDB's 19 Borrowing Member Countries, as well as regional and international development partners, come together to look at how best to pool efforts and resources to increase the speed and scale of the sustainable energy transition through improved regulatory frameworks.

The meeting comes as the Region continues to reel from the energy price shocks experienced last year.

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