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Haiti - Politic : Moïse calls for innovation and investment in the energy sector
03/11/2017 07:55:54

Haiti - Politic : Moïse calls for innovation and investment in the energy sector
As part of the CARICOM Energy Month 2017, which began in late October in Port-au-Prince https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-22563-haiti-caricom-first-edition-of-the-month-of-energy-in-haiti.html President Jovenel Moïse in his assessment of the Haitian energy sector, said he intended "[...] make universal and reliable access to energy a key factor of economic development," highlighting the country's potential to use and develop clean and renewable sources of energy.

Specifying ""But it’s not only a question of producing energy and making it accessible to people” said the president. “We also have to collect revenue. Energy cannot be free; everywhere in the world one has to pay for energy. This has to be properly reflected in our energy policy."

President Moïse explained that the public and private sectors both have a role to play in the development of the sector to stimulate clean and renewable energy (solar, hydro, hydro, wind and biomass) in the global energy mix.

In order to meet this challenge, the Jovenel Moïse has called for innovation and investment in the production and distribution of energy.

Throughout the month of November, the CARICOM Secretariat, under the theme "RE-thinking energy: shaping a resilient community," will spearhead activities aimed at raising awareness of energy issues and options in the region, at generating support for innovation and solutions, and at encouraging behavioural change.

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