Turks and Caicos Energy Forum brings together local, regional, and international energy experts, public and private sector decision-makers, and a wide cross-section of stakeholders, to discuss ideas and trends affecting the future of energy. The forum is hosted by FortisTCI, the public energy provider in the Turks and Caicos Islands. A strong line-up of accomplished speakers will deliver thought-provoking presentations and insightful analyses to educate and inspire us toward a more sustainable energy future...
Environmentalists, eco-advocates, electric utility industry experts and stakeholders from different points along the energy value chain with an interest in sustainability.
Leaders across businesses including hospitality, real estate, civil society, transportation, construction, financial institutions, insurance, law firms, technology firms, other utilities.
Policy makers, regulators, ministers and senior government representatives seeking to deepen collective insight and advance the energy dialogue.
Researchers and practitioners in diverse areas from environmental health sciences, engineering, human resources, alternative energy sources, technology, administration and policy.
Globally, the energy sector has been transitioning to a new business model built on Decarbonization, Decentralization, Digitization, or the 3Ds. This business model responds to efforts to decarbonize the global economy, transition energy from fossil fuels to renewable or lower carbon energy sources, and create green jobs. The 3Ds require a new approach.
President and CEO, FortisTCI
Remarks during Energy Forum 2021