The Weekly Brief: Greater Caribbean

Central America. Conflict may increase Guatemala's power rates; and the country rejected the "conditions" on aid.

 

Greater Antilles. Jamaica wants to push renewables to 50% by 2030; the Punta Catalina power plant did a test run; and Puerto Rico requested proposals for the development and installation of energy storage systems at substations.

 

Lesser Antilles. Rubis will train to avoid oil spills; Trinidad and Tobago announced Petrotrin's replacements; and the Bahamas’ Freeport will become a “smart city.”

 

South America’s Caribbean Coast. Amerisur's exploration in Colombia is going smoothly; Shell plans to sell its Venezuelan oil stakes; and Colombia's court said oil projects cannot be blocked.

 

Déjà vu all over again. Last week’s readers were particularly interested in Bermuda’s wind farm (English); Belco’s outages (English); and the Bahamas’ power prices (English).

 

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