Why and how RMI is actively working on the ground to accelerate the energy transition in Africa, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and beyond.
After multiple destructive hurricanes, The Bahamas has become a model on how islands can become more resilient and reduce generation costs.
RMI is excited to have extraordinary partners helping us scale our work in the Caribbean, as the key to a successful energy transition is strong partnerships.
A key accompanying decision to the 2015 Paris Agreement stipulates setting a new collective quantified goal (NCQG) for climate finance prior to 2025. This article highlights some of the key questions that should be considered to inform the deliberations of the NCQG.
Investing in the people on the ground and the institutional talent to do the work is critical to a successful energy transition in the Caribbean and beyond.