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CDB Launches The Minimum Regulatory Function Report to Strengthen Environment for Renewable Energy Investment

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has released a publication titled The Minimum Regulatory Function for the Electricity Sector in Caribbean Countries, aimed at assisting its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) strengthen and reform their regulatory frameworks to better facilitate private investments in renewable energy.

The report is the first in a series to be provided under the Bank’s Accelerated Sustainable Energy and Resilience Transition 2030 (ASERT-2030) Framework, a key strategy of the CDB’s Energy Sector Policy and Strategy, aimed at encouraging and supporting BMCs to pursue, expedite and scale-up investments in renewable energy.

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