This capacity building session allowed CARICOM Member States to critically assess the outputs of the tools used in the integrated resource and resilience planning (IRRP) process and to have a greater appreciation for the importance of the inputs required to make the process meaningful. Course Content: Introduction to grid modelling in general and Power factory in particular
This video is a complete recording of the Basic Demand Side Projection Webinar hosted by the CCREEE and facilitated by the University of the West Indies on April 13, 2021.
This video is a complete recording of the Solar Integration Webinar hosted by the CCREEE and facilitated by the University of the West Indies.
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.
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 awareness of the risk and hazards exposed during solar PV installation is critical to maintaining a safe work environment. Safety measures should be employed in all areas of work.
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.