Cadmus brings industry-leading expertise in e-mobility, renewable energy planning, and clean energy transition policy. Our work spans a variety of sustainable and resilient energy technologies including electric vehicles and alternative fuel vehicles, solar PV, energy storage, on- and off-shore wind, waste-to-energy, energy efficiency, and geothermal. Working in more than 100 countries, Cadmus team members have provided governments, regulators and utilities with energy and e-mobility planning, policy design, implementation, analysis, and strategy development in over 30 island jurisdictions in the Caribbean, South Pacific, and Oceania.
Read more below to learn how Cadmus supports these programs and initiatives.
Supercharging Jamaica’s Electric Vehicle Strategy
Introduction on Cadmus' ongoing efforts to support the Government of Jamaica with advancing its Strategic Framework for Electric Mobility.
NASEO and Cadmus Release Plug-In Electric Vehicle Policy Impact Rubric
The Rubric is a four-page, easy-to-use guide that divides Plug-in Electric Vehicle (PEV) policies into 13 “Policy Categories” that fall into three tiers based on their impact on light-duty PEV adoption. The tool enables jurisdictions to self-evaluate the strength of their light-duty PEV policies and is intended for state agencies (such as State Energy Offices), local governments, utilities, and other stakeholders who are interested in supporting light-duty vehicle electrification. To view the Rubric or download: Plug-in Electric Vehicle Policy Impact Rubric
Strengthening Energy Sector Resilience in Jamaica
"Strengthening Energy Sector Resilience in Jamaica” is a three-year partnership between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Jamaica Energy Resilience Alliance (JERA). Led by Cadmus and with USAID support, JERA offers specialized support to Jamaican businesses seeking to reduce power costs, increase reliability of supply, and green their operations.
Guide to Women in Energy Regulation
The Practical Guide to Women in Energy Regulation supports gender equity and equality in energy regulatory commissions, including potential strategies to further integrate women into energy decision-making, regulatory policy, and project design.
Guide to Regulatory Treatment of Mini-Grids
The Practical Guide to the Regulatory Treatment of Mini-grids helps policy makers meet rural electrification goals and expand access to clean, sustainable, affordable, and reliable electricity. It provides regulators with clear guidance and flexible, modular tools for developing an enabling regulatory framework for mini-grid development.
Primer on Cost-Reflective Tariffs
This guide is a resource for electricity regulators and utilities and outlines principles of cost-reflective rate design and details key rate design processes. Serves as a resource for adopting, reviewing, and assessing rate structures based on core principles, international case studies, and widely accepted practices.
“Let’s Be Honest About Thermal” (Article on page 33)
Article from the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum Town Hall Discussion moderated by Cadmus Vice President Christina Becker-Birck.
Contact Cadmus to learn more about our EV programs and initiatives in the Caribbean and transitioning countries.