Event: 2018 Annual Caribbean Energy Conference – January 25 – 26, Nassau, Bahamas

Wind turbine. Image credit: Paulo Valdivieso
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The 18th Annual Caribbean Energy Conference is scheduled to take place January 25 and 26 in Nassau, Bahamas. The agenda includes a session on renewable energy, including speakers from the Caribbean Community Secretariat, the Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, the Inter-American Development Bank, and Enviva, which is one of the world’s largest suppliers of biomass to the utility industry.

Get more information at the conference webpage.

[Image credit: Paulo Valdivieso]

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