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The 2017 CARILEC Chief Executive Officer’s and Finance Conference, which is being held under the theme Movement: Utilities, People, Technology and Investment is “THE” leading annual networking and information-sharing event of the year for Utility CEO’s and CFO’s  in the Caribbean and Latin America.

This year’s Conference will keep you connected to all the key players in the utility industry and provide you with a platform to exchange ideas, share advice, discuss challenges and solutions with highly respected industry peers. The programme has been carefully devised to highlight valuable insights from high-level leaders and utility experts, allowing you to gather insights on best practices from the best in the energy business.

Date: May 16th - 19th, 2017                        Conference Venue: Sandals Grande Ballroom                            Accommodation Venue: St. James Morgan Bay 

Who Attends

Chief Executive Officers

Finance Managers
Chief Financial Officers
General Managers
Accountants
Senior Managers
Regional Utilities
Financial Institutions
Consultants
Petroleum Dealers
Energy Experts
Government Officials
Financial Controllers
Managing Directors
Vice Presidents

 Your Registration Fee Includes:

- All sessions & Welcome package

-Coffee Break & Lunch ( Monday 17th - Wednesday 19th)

- Tuesday 16th - Opening Ceremony & Reception

- Wednesday 17th -  Cocktail Party

- Thursday 18th- Gala Dinner

- Friday 19th - Farewell Party

- Friday 19th- Technical Tour to St. Lucia Electricity Company Ltd(LUCELEC)

* Please note there are meetings planned for members only.

Tuesday May 16th, 2017 – Meeting of the CARILEC Board of Directors- BOD Members Only

Agenda

The following list of topics illustrates the scope of the conference.

  •     Thought Leadership
  •      Utility Mergers and Acquisitions
  •      Managing Litigation risk in today’s electric utility
  •      Utility Data Sharing – Challenges and Opportunities
  •      Smart Cities – Possibilities for the Caribbean
  •      Risk Management
  •      Project Investment & Funding
  •      Sustainable Management and Investment Recovery Best Practices
  •      Stakeholder Relationships, Partnerships & Collaborations
  •      Emerging Energy Markets
  •      Corporate Leadership for Safety and sustainability
  •      World Politics & Trade (Brexit, US Elections, Cuba & Venezuela) - Challenges and opportunities for the Caribbean Energy Transition
  •      COP 21 - The role of Electric Utilities

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Contact - conferences@carilec.org for more information.

 

Tuesday 16th May 2017 to Friday 19th May 2017 , 8:00am to 4:30pm

Information to be updated as it becomes available.

Accommodation

You will be staying at ……

St. James’s Club Morgan Bay Saint Lucia

Choc Bay, Castries, St. Lucia

Room rates

Premium Double -  US$210

Ocean View – US$210

Beach Front – US$220

Superior Deluxe - US$260

One BedroomSuite - US$300

 

Net rates are all inclusive and are based on single occupancy, for double occupancy there will be an additional charge to the rates above of $50 per person per night. Rates are inclusive of taxes.

Reservations

Reservations must be made via email to events@stjamesclubslu.com and should include the guest names, arrival and departure dates and the room category being booked.

To receive CARILEC room rates please ensure you included - Booking code  - CARILEC1317

N.B. If you have additional questions please call (758) 457 3700, contact person Ms. Pamela Nurse.

This room rate and availability is only guaranteed until April 30th, 2017. 

All guests must make reservations directly with the Hotel. 

 

There is no exhibition at this conference, however you can check the Engineering Conference for exhibitor registration.

Coming Soon!

 

ABB

ABB Panama

Aggreko

Anguilla Electricity Company Ltd

APR Energy

Ascendant Group Ltd

Bahamas Power & Light Company Ltd

Belize Electricity Ltd

BMR Energy

BWSC A/C

CARILEC Renewable Energy Community

CIBC FirstCaribbean International(Barbados) Bank

CITCO Petroleum

Crowley LNG

Dominica Electricity Services Ltd

DNV GL

Eagle LNG Partners

EDF Guadeloupe

Electric Supply Inc

Emera Caribbean Inc

E-Power S.A

Ferus

FortisTCI

Gas Natural Fenosa

Gas Natural Fenosa Engineering S.L

Glencore Ltd

Goltens Service

Grenada Electricity Services Ltd

Honeywell Smart Energy

ITRON Inc

Jamaica Private Power Company

Jamaica Public Service Company

Kerite Cable Systems

MAN Diesel & Turbo

Methanex Corporation

MDSA Strategic Communications

Navigant Consulting Inc

Nevis Electricity Company Ltd

NuCapital Curacao BV

N.V. Energiebedrijven Suriname

NV GEBE

NW Energy

Pacific Power Association

Petra Systems

Power Producers & Distributors Ltd

Rocky Mountain Institute

Sensus

Sol Caribbean Ltd

Sol EC Ltd

St. Kitts Electricity Company Ltd

St. Lucia Electricity Services Ltd

Tantalus Systems Corp

Temporal Power

The Power Generation Company of Trinidad & Tobago

Trinity Power Ltd

Vergnet

Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority

Wartsila Caribbean Inc

Events Sponsor

SPEAKERS
  • Jason Chesko Methanex
    Senior Manager, Global Market Development
  • Sean Lalani Eagle LNG Partners
    President
  • Stephen Doig Rocky Mountain Institute
    Managing Director
  • Brano Kollar Aggreko
    Responsible for Global Sales & Marketing
  • When

    Tuesday 16th May 2017 to Friday 19th May 2017 , 8:00am to 4:30pm

    Venue

    Saint Lucia

    St. Lucia is the sort of island that travellers to the Caribbean dream about--a small, lush tropical gem that is still relatively unknown. One of the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, it is located midway down the Eastern Caribbean chain, between Martinique and St. Vincent, and north of Barbados. St. Lucia is only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide, with a shape that is said to resemble either a mango or an avocado (depending on your taste). The Atlantic Ocean kisses its eastern shore, while the beaches of the west coast owe their beauty to the calm Caribbean Sea.

    Blessed by nature, St Lucia has geographic and cultural riches enough to embarrass far bigger nations. Notwithstanding, it remains a down-to-earth place that wears its breath Taking beauty with nonchalance.

    Noted for its oodles of small and luxurious resorts that drip color and flair, it is really two islands in one. Rodney Bay in the north offers lazy days and modern comforts amid a beautiful bay. In the south, Soufrière is at the heart of a gorgeous region of old plantations, hidden beaches and the geologic wonder of the impossibly photogenic Pitons.

     

    Language

    The official language is English. Saint Lucian Creole French (Kwéyòl), which is colloquially referred to as Patois ("Patwa"), is spoken by 95% of the population.

    Climate

    The local climate is tropical, moderated by northeast trade winds, with a dry season from 1 December to 31 May, and a wet season from 1 June to 30 November. Average daytime temperatures are around 29 °C (84.2 °F), and average night time temperatures are around 18 °C (64.4 °F).

    Currency

    The currency of St. Lucia is the Eastern Caribbean Dollar which is linked to the US Dollar at the exchange rate of US$1 to EC$2.65. US Dollars are readily accepted throughout the island. Most hotels will exchange reasonable amounts of foreign currency, and there are change bureaus in Castries.

    Electricity

    Electric current is 220 volts, 50 cycles AC. (A few hotels are 110 volts, 60 cycles.) Most sockets take 3-pin square plugs (UK standard) but some take 2-pin round plugs or flat American plugs which are more rare. Adapters are generally available at the hotels.

    Check out the Saint Lucia Jazz festival scheduled to take place a few days before the conference-  http://www.stlucia.org/jazzfestival/

    Visa Requirements for St. Lucia

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