Over $22 million has been collected to invest in CREDP projects.
See generally CREDP, supra note 48 (showing example of Caribbean efforts in environmental field).
(51.) See CREDP, supra note 48, at 3 (discussing renewable energy technology potential in developing world and lack of awareness, political will, and finances); see also Richard Skeen, Will the WTO Turn Green?
In September 2005, the Caribbean Wind Energy Initiative, CAWEI, was founded (as a sub-activity of CREDP
) with one of its first aims being to help establish wind farms on mainland St Lucia, St Vincent and Barbados.