Our Mission

At Caribbean Pacific Foundation we are energetically working to conquer and overcome human poverty, exploitation and hunger.

Our mission is to improve the economies and human living conditions in islands and coastal areas.  We aim to see that children, women and families have access to the essentials for life, through building economies that can sustain family and village productivity and that support happiness and relative prosperity.

We focus on Water, Food, Electricity and Education.

Over Arching Principles

We serve the people of the Caribbean and the South Pacific while preserving their cultural heritage, natural environment, and while working to secure the future for generations to come.  We do this by integrating and adapting suitable suitable systems and technologies into their economic foundations.

Why Power, Water, Food, and Education?

Water and food are essential for life and represent two of the most basic key economic building blocks.  Two other critical economic levers include electricity and education.  Working on creating projects for these key pieces has tremendous positive impact on island and village economies.  These building blocks of life support people and their communities in progress from poverty to prosperity.

In the islands, electricity is used to pump water, produce drinking water from sea water, process and refrigerate food, and electricity provides the power to drive lights for reading and running computers for schools.

Caribbean Pacific Foundation is developing projects in these four key economic areas, and is especially focused on projects using offshore sea wind technologies, because they lower and stabilize electricity costs, which directly impacts all of the other economic improvement project areas directly.

Click projects to see some of the things CPF is working on.

How Can CPF Help?

CPF’s short term goals are to make an immediate positive effect in the lives of those who live in struggling areas of need. CPF has already established relationships with many in the Caribbean, South Pacific, and in India. With these relationships, lines are already available to distribute smaller projects  that will improve lives through small scale water, energy and food projects.

CPF’s long term goal is to help reduce the electrical cost and produce larger sea water to fresh water systems for these areas and regions through technology deployment projects. CPF has teamed with a technology developer that captures the off shore winds, stores this energy, and is able to feed it to local power grids on demand. All of this is accomplished while not disturbing the beautiful shorelines or polluting the air and water of these island paradises. This technology is called  Offshore Energy Capture and Storage™ or OECS™.  To learn more about it, click here.

CPF has received donated technology licenses for humanitarian projects in the islands.  In many projects the OECS™ systems will reduce the cost of electricity by more than half which has a surprisingly large positive impact on local economies. CPF has also partnered with Sea Water to Drinking Water technology systems for production of drinking water from sea water.

  To see more click on this link to CPF projects

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Energy and Poverty

Modern access to electricity is indispensable element in the fight to escape poverty.

Every advanced economy has required secure access to modern sources of energy to support its development.
Cheap and available energy is crucial to reducing poverty and increasing productivity, improving healthcare, and enhancing economic growth.

This is because lack of electricity prevents most industrial activities and employment they create. Crops cannot be irrigated, foods and medicines cannot be refrigerated, benefits of efficient lightning, cooking, heating and transportation are lost and telecommunication and other services cannot be developed.

ONE-QUARTER of the worlds’ population have no access to electricity
According to World Energy Outlook study some 1.6 billion people – one-quarter of the world population – have no access to electricity and 1.4 billion people will still lack electricity in 2030. The same study finds that in order to reduce poverty electricity needs to be not only available but also affordable.

Diesel generated electricity is four to five times higher than electrical power rates from conventional sources
Worldwide, many users of electrical power are dependent on diesel-generated electricity because no other means of electrical power generation is available to them. Electrical power rates resulting from diesel power generation are often four to five times higher than electrical power rates from conventional power generation sources such as coal, natural gas, nuclear, and hydropower.

One Quarter

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