NGOs, environmental groups, government agencies and others working on energy-related issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.

A key goal of the Latin America Energy Portal is to support the efforts of regional and international organizations working towards a sustainable energy transition in Latin America and the Caribbean. Our own research also relies on data provided by a variety of governmental agencies, NGOs, journalists and academics. The organizations listed below focus on various aspects of energy in the region, from energy statistics to socioeconomic impacts of energy development. We welcome your input in expanding and updating these lists.


Dominican Republic
El Salvador
Trinidad and Tobago

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The Latin America Energy Portal provides a region-wide perspective on energy infrastructure in Latin America and the Caribbean, through interactive maps, summary data, and hundreds of wiki pages in English, Spanish and Portuguese.