Monday, July 23, 2018 11:00 AM
Register now for USAID’s Webinar, The Market-Makers: Catalyzing Clean Energy in the Caribbean and Central America
Part II of a three-part webinar series from the USAID Clean Energy Finance Facility for the Caribbean and Central America (CEFF-CCA)
USAID CEFF-CCA invites you to register for a webinar spotlighting clean energy market-makers in the Caribbean and Central America. In this webinar, you will learn how USAID CEFF-CCA is partnering with venture capitalists, the private sector, academia, and civil society to foster vibrant, self-sustaining clean energy markets in 20 countries in the Caribbean and Central America. CEFF-CCA market-makers are pioneers in their regions, who are helping to build, strengthen, and expand opportunities for the private sector to meet critical energy needs in low income countries. Join us to learn about how they finance, de-risk, create demand, and test new technologies that blaze a path towards a clean energy future in Central America and the Caribbean. Engage directly with key investors, developers, and researchers, and learn how you can join the partnership for a more sustainable, energy-secure Caribbean and Central America.
Click this link to register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4831172020915299585
- Jorge Barrigh, Chief of Party of CEFF-CCA, a three-year (2015-2018), $10 million grant program supported by USAID, the U.S. Department of State, USTDA, and OPIC and implemented by ECODIT, that supports promising but undercapitalized renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, enabling them to expand, increase their effectiveness, and help more people get access to energy
- Patrick Doyle, Managing Director at MGM Innova Capital, a private equity fund that invests in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Alonso Alegre, Project Coordinator at the Biomass Users Network of Central America (BUN-CA), an NGO that develops investment portfolios, public policies, and information platforms that foster increased access to clean, efficient, and commercially viable energy in Central America, with a focus on vulnerable communities
We hope you will join us July 23 at 11:00 AM EDT for this fascinating webinar, which will include plentiful time for Q+A. Register here.
Wednesday, 11 July, 2018