Webinar: How can the Caribbean and other island regions improve the resilience of their energy systems? – January 31, 2018

Webinar: Electricity Resilience in the Caribbean
Climate Change

On January 31, 2018, Solar Head of State will be hosting a webinar on creating a more sustainable energy future for the Caribbean:

The changes in our climate have created conditions that are dangerous to the safety of our communities and expose us to huge financial risk.

The good news is that solutions are here. Our panel of experts will help you to understand current challenges and how to empower the region to secure affordable and resilient energy.

The panelists are:

  • Dr. James Fletcher: Former Saint Lucian Senator and Minister for Public Service, Information, Broadcasting, Sustainable Development, Energy, Science and Technology
  • Daniel Kammen – Distinguished Professor of Energy at the University of California, Berkeley & former climate Science Envoy for the State Department
  • Allison Archambault – President of Earthspark International
  • Christiaan Gischler – Lead Energy Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank

There will be opportunities for the audience to submit their questions. Get more information from the event flyer, and  to sign up go to: www.bit.ly/energycaribbean.

Visit the Solar Head of State website to find out more about the organization’s mission and vision.


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