Embassy of The Bahamas, Brussels
Interreg Caraïbes’ workshop on wave and tidal energy development in the eastern Caribbean highlights the critical role of renewable energies, emphasizing sustainability, financing, and environmental impact assessment, driving the region’s pursuit of a healthier, eco-friendly future.
Interreg Caraïbes recently convened a pivotal workshop focusing on the advancement of wave and tidal energy development, particularly emphasizing the eastern Caribbean region. The workshop delved into critical aspects of the blue economy, sustainability, financing marine projects, and assessing the social and environmental impact of wave and tidal energy initiatives.
In the quest for sustainable energy sources, Caribbean nations are actively exploring renewable energy alternatives to preserve and nurture healthy environments. The workshop served as a platform for comprehensive discussions addressing the challenges and opportunities within the domain of renewable energies.
Monique Bolmin, a distinguished presenter from Ekwa Consulting, provided valuable insights during the workshop, contributing to the discourse on the pivotal role of renewable energy in fostering environmental sustainability and addressing energy needs in the Caribbean.
Interreg Caraïbes remains committed to fostering collaborative efforts and innovative solutions that harness renewable energies for a more sustainable future in the Caribbean region.
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