Tag Archives: clean energy

Morocco’s Clean Energy, Clear Advantage: Lessons on Energy Access

Africa has tremendous energy resources, yet 600 million people across the continent lack energy access. We take a look at clean energy in Morocco for lessons on reducing energy poverty in Africa. Providing reliable, affordable, and sustainable access to energy has become a core focus of the international development community and is the seventh goal of the 2015 … Continue Reading ››

Uruguay’s Energy Transition Will Make You a Believer in a Clean Energy Future

Is a renewable energy future possible? A look at Uruguay’s renewable energy story may make you a believer that clean energy is only a few well-placed policies away. Beyond Uruguay’s impressive performance in economy, democracy, human development, and equity, the country has another remarkable area: the recent structural transformation of its energy sector. Rather than … Continue Reading ››

What You Should Know About Latin America and the Caribbean’s Clean Energy Markets

In October, the Latin America and Caribbean Council on Renewable Energy (LAC-CORE) held its fifth finance summit, a gathering of industry professionals focusing on market opportunities, successes, challenges, and innovative solutions to complex energy challenges. The pressing specter of climate change was not lost on the Latin America and Caribbean Council on Renewable … Continue Reading ››

Interview: CARICOM Energy Chief Devon Gardner on the Caribbean Energy Future

Worldwatch’s Alexander Ochs met with Dr. Devon Gardner during the Renewable Energy and Efficiency Week 2016 in Berlin, Germany. Devon is Programme Manager for Energy and Head of the Energy Unit at the Secretariat of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). He is also a member of the preparatory team of the Caribbean Centre … Continue Reading ››