As CCREEE works with Trinidad and Tobago's Ministry of Energy to establish an Integrated Resource and Resilience Plan (IRRP), Ms Anita Hankey, Acting Head of the Renewable Energy Division speaks to the importance of the plan for this CARICOM Member State. CCREEE is also working with other Member States to establish IRRPs.
The Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) hosted a webinar focused on integrated resource and resilience plans (IRRP). The Centre is currently undertaking IRRPs for several CARICOM Member States and welcomes the opportunity to share with others, such that local and regional institutions are strengthened.
There are various tools involved in developing medium and long-term plans for the electricity sector. Whether planners are building models and forecasts themselves or evaluating the work of external consultants, they need an appreciation for the techniques and theory behind the models and forecast for electricity supply, transmission, distribution and demand. The Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) hosted a capacity building session on modelling tools, held virtually on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. This was an introductory presentation on various tools used in electricity sector planning, ranging from simple to sophisticated, as well as how these tools...
The Caribbean Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (CCREEE) invited colleagues from utilities, regulatory bodies, and regional universities (lecturers and graduate students) to join a capacity-building session focused on the Integration of Hydropower.