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Welcome to The NGC Group’s CARIGREEN , a portal that provides information on available opportunities, financing, planning, energy markets and technology developments within the clean energy space for the Caribbean region.

What's New

What's New: Energy Transition

Dominican Republic inaugurates 50 MW solar farm

Punta Arenas, Chile, emerges as hydrogen hub with three advanced projects in the works

Shell and Brazil’s Porto do Açu sign MoU to construct a 10 MW green hydrogen plant

ESG data market could exceed US$1.3 billion by the end of the year

Hydrogen-powered Hyundai has been driving the streets and roads of Colombia

The National Gas Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (NGC) and NewGen sign non-binding LOI to evaluate NewGen’s hydrogen project

IRENA Members Back New Blueprint for Hydropower Advancement

Global Hydrogen Trade to Meet the 1.5°C Climate Goal

IRENA Members Call for Hydrogen Trade Beyond Borders

Global Hydrogen Trade to Meet the 1.5°C Climate Goal: Green Hydrogen Cost and Potential

What's New: Projects

Enel Talinay Oriente Wind Farm Phase I


Gestamp Puerto Rico Convention Center PV Plant

Puerto Rico

AES Dominicana Los Mina Energy Storage Project

Dominican Republic

NeoElectra Masisa Cabrero Biomass Plant


GuySuCo Corriverton Biomass Cofiring Plant


Barrick Gold Punta Colorada Wind Farm Phase I


What's New: Media Hub

What's New: Maketing Information

What's New: Territories

Energy Transition

explores information relating to the shift from fossil-based systems of energy production and consumption — including oil, natural gas, and coal — to renewable energy sources

Renewable Energy

data on energy collected from renewable sources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale. Includes carbon neutral sources of energy such as solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, as well as energy storage systems


Provides information on carbon capture, utilisation and storage technologies that contribute to both reducing emissions in key sectors directly and to removing CO2 to balance emissions that are challenging to avoid – a critical part of “net” zero goals.

Fuel Switch

Provides information on cleaner and more economical fuel alternatives such as LNG, CNG, hydrogen, biofuels, LPG, Electric Vehicles, methanol, and ammonia, in the transportation sector.

Energy Efficiency

Technologies, systems and processes aimed at reducing greenhouse gas and methane emissions, as well as more efficient and sustainable use of electricity supply

About CariGreen

The CARIGREEN platform brings together datasets, knowledge, events, information products, economic data, climate change strategies from various established sources around the Caribbean region into one central location, with the aim to drive engagement, collaboration, energy education, conversation, research and development for matters relating to the green agenda.


The Caribbean region is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world and hence maybe the most vulnerable to climate change. As such, the government of each country has recognised the importance of supporting the objective of achieving a net zero emission future.


CARIGREEN provides a wealth of information and knowledge resources from established sources from around the Caribbean region in various formats which include articles, reports, presentations, webinars, events, photos, videos and news on matters relating to the green agenda.

Hub Partners

NGC and its subsidiaries play an important role in all areas of the energy value chain in Trinidad and Tobago. Some of the on-going initiatives


Latest news and media from the green energy space across the Caribbean.

Market Information

Latest news. events, statistics and reports pertaining to Clean Energy on a global, regional, and local scale

Caricom Territories

Encompasses clean energy initiatives, policies, technologies etc. being employed by both Caricom countries within the Caribbean region..

Non-Caricom Territories

Encompasses clean energy initiatives, policies, technologies etc. being employed by both non-Caricom countries within the Caribbean region.