Project

Project Reference Profiles – Caribbean region (CAR02) Green growth governance – Support for OECS policy analysis on energy resilience

At a Glance

Strategic Outcomes
Start Date Q2  20190814
End Date q4 20191231
Funding Source Core
Actual Budget (USD) 125,000
Budget Percentage 79%
Actual Expenditure (USD) 98,284
Status Complete
GGGI Share (USD) 98,284
Poverty and Gender Policy Markers
Name of Client (Lead/Prime implementer if GGGI is part of a consortium) Organization of Eastern Caribbean States
Participating Organization (Funding/donor) Core funded
Name of consortium members, if any
Thematic Area
  • Sustainable Energy

Project context, objectives and description

The countries involved in this project are AI Anguilla, AG Antigua and Barbuda, DM Dominica, GD Grenada, GP Guadeloupe, MQ Martinique, MS Montserrat, KN Saint Kitts And Nevis, LC Saint Lucia, VC Saint Vincent And the Grenadines, VG Virgin Islands (British). 

The objective of this project is to strengthen GGGI’s relationship with OECS and accelerate investment in technologies, practices, and policies that will enable a sustainable, resilient energy system across the Eastern Caribbean States and support the achievement of NDC targets. This project is aligned to. IO1.strengthened national, sub-national, and local green growth policy planning, financing, and institutional frameworks 

Through this project, GGGI will help OECS countries: 

  • Mobilize resources to support sustainable energy development; 
  • Implement OECS recommendations on sustainable energy development; and 
  • Understand key issues around risk related to energy resilience. 

Type of services provided, and results achieved

Impact: No Impact Statement indicated in the logframe. This project will support OECS member states’ goals of increasing use of renewable energy in the electricity and transport sectors, and in increasing resilience. 

Outcome: 

  • Strengthen GGGI’s relationship with OECS and accelerate investment in technologies, practices, and policies that will enable a sustainable, resilient energy system across the Eastern Caribbean States and support the achievement of NDC targets. 

Project Outputs completed in 2019: 

i. Green Growth Policies: 

Policy Assignments:  

  • A desk review on solar PV/energy resilience insurance mechanisms completed. 
  • A report on enhancing resilience in the Caribbean through hurricane-proofing rooftop solar panels was developed and delivered to OECS.

ii. Green Investments: N/A

iii. Capacity Building and Knowledge ProductsN/A

Number of staff provided

Project Manager: Kristin Deason 

Christina Cheong, Da Yeon Choi, Donovan Storey, Ferruccio Santetti, Muharrem Askin, Nishant Bhardwaj 

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