Central America. AES started the third phase of the solar plant in La Unión; Guatemala's renewables reach 65%; and Panamá will power up with sugar.


Greater Antilles. The Dominican Republic lowered prices to avoid a truckers' walkout; Fitch maintains the Dominican Republic's rating at BB-; and the new Cuban president addressed the UN assembly.


Lesser Antilles. A global oil company ended exclusive talks in the Bahamas; the St. Croix refinery will be guided by an ex-Hess executive; and Dominica is happy with its geothermal plant.


South America’s Caribbean Coast. Ecopetrol agreed on a salary boost to end the strike; Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago signed the MOU; and the US sanctioned Maduro's wife and may hit light oil.



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