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Adapting to climate change as a Caribbean energy developer

May 15, 2019

Since Hurricanes Irma and Maria tore through the Caribbean in 2017, energy resilience has been at the forefront of industry conversations, as communities restore damaged infrastructure and debate future systems. The storms not only ramped up the urgency to decarbonize energy systems to combat climate change, but also served as a harsh reminder to do […]

A grand slam for baseball in Jamaica: Professional training and community building

A grand slam for baseball in Jamaica: Professional training and community building

March 11, 2019

Last month, BMR Energy collaborated with the Caribbean Educational and Baseball Foundation (CEBF) to support their mission of enhancing quality of life for Caribbean youth through educational, cultural and sports-related programming. As community advocates in the areas where we operate projects, we were delighted to partner with CEBF to help reignite the game of baseball […]

Resilience is hot for government planning, but now what?

Resilience is hot for government planning, but now what?

November 7, 2018

Electricity resilience has become the keystone for government planning, especially in the Caribbean. The region is forging new resilience programs to mitigate and adapt to climate change impacts. These programs will determine the type and location of the future electricity supply for many Caribbean Islands. Moving from vision to action means building consensus on where, […]

Caribbean energy resilience isn’t all high tech; it’s due diligence

Caribbean energy resilience isn’t all high tech; it’s due diligence

October 26, 2018

One year has passed since the massive devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017, and the Caribbean region is entering another hurricane season with understandings of the past and a wary eye towards the future. “Resilience” has been the crux of conversations as governments move forward in rebuilding infrastructure and considering future development. […]

Three tactics for climate-resilient energy financing in the Caribbean

Three tactics for climate-resilient energy financing in the Caribbean

June 19, 2018

More than half a year has passed since Hurricanes Irma and Maria made landfall in the Caribbean and left a trail of destruction through the region’s energy generation and distribution infrastructure. While dedicated local and international organizations have made great progress toward rebuilding Caribbean energy systems, there is still much work to be done. Across […]


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