The Future of Energy Efficiency

Societal pressure and emissions policies are speeding up innovation in the world of energy. At the same time, increasing competition is pushing companies to become more efficient. A range of businesses are now opting to use more sustainable energy sources such as solar and wind. However, to make the most of renewable technology, business will […]

Carbon-capturing Solutions

In the Caribbean, commercial and residential air condition units have become less of a want and more of a need with scorching temperatures becoming the norm. Use of this energy-intensive appliance causes emissions that contribute to higher global temperatures, which means we need to use the AC more, producing a cycle of more emissions and […]

Storage Technology for Clean Energy

The rapid change of the technology we use commercially and personally is dramatically increasing the global demand for electric power. As consumers, we’re gulping power at an alarming rate, from air conditioning systems, household appliances, and all forms of home entertainment devices, to cloud computing, computers, and consumer electronics. Over the past few years, we’re […]


CASTRIES, Saint Lucia, June 15th, 2019: The 31st Annual General Meeting of the Caribbean Electric Utilities Services Corporation (CARILEC) convened in Saint Lucia on May 23rd and elected a Board of Directors that brings a mix of new perspectives, experience and institutional memory to the strategic direction mapped out by the Corporation for the period […]


A 3-Year agreement with Clinton Foundation took effect March 19th The Caribbean Electric Utilities Corporation (CARILEC) is now at the forefront of efforts to establish gender balance in energy leadership positions in the Caribbean’s energy sector. The Corporation signed an initial three-year agreement to manage the Women in Renewable Energy (WIRE) Network in the Caribbean […]

GPL secures funds to end blackouts

CHIEF Executive Officer of the Guyana Power and Light Inc.(GPL), Albert Gordon, has shared that the company has secured some funds necessary to upgrade the power distribution network, in an attempt to end ‘blackouts’ in Guyana. Gordon was at the time responding to a question posed by local activist, Nicole Cole, on the frequency of […]

JPS Preparing For Shift In Customers’ Behavior Set To Install EV Charging Stations At Strategic Locations Across The Island.

The Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) is pointing to one trend that is expected to impact Jamaica in the near future, that of the advancement in electric vehicles (EVs), President & CEO of the Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) Emanuel DaRosa, said that the company is preparing for a shift in customers’ behavior […]

CARILEC Occupational Health & Safety Seminar a Success

CARILEC 2019 Occupational Health and Safety Seminar was held in Saint.Lucia June 22-23, 2019, under the  theme ” Planning for Safety Excellence 30 Years and Beyond”.  This year , the OSH seminar and CEOs conference was an integrated programme where some topics, including the theme was discussed by the CEOs for both audiences. Mr. Thornley Myers […]

Decarbonization, Vehicle Electrification and Energy Access

Three energy trends are shaping today’s rapidly evolving power industry, but it’s impossible to tease apart their impacts. The trends — decarbonization, vehicle electrification, and energy access—intersect and interact while they bring about a dramatic global transformation. THE TREND: De-carbonisation – Dropping Costs and Increasing Penetration of Renewables. In response to climate change, the power […]

Preparing for Hurricane Season.

Extreme weather events such as hurricanes are known to have a significant impact on power supply. Utilities are under pressure to enact an effective disaster recovery strategy, so that once the hurricane has passed, they can quickly work to restore service so that residents can get on with their lives and businesses. There is widespread […]