A photo of a 10 kW solar photovoltaic array on a hillside overlooking Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. A photo of a worker using a truck-mounted lift to install outdoor lights in a school parking lot. A photo of Charlotte Amalie bay, St. Thomas USVI.  A photo of a 450-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system flanking the runway of the airport in St. Thomas.

The international partnership for Energy Development in Island Nations (EDIN) helps islands across the globe adopt energy efficiency measures and deploy renewable energy technologies.

Find out how you can become involved in this partnership:

VI energize: Energy revolution, we are the solution.

Learn about EDIN's U.S. Virgin Islands project.

EDIN partners support island clean energy projects by helping project participants find the technology, financing, and policy solutions that allow them to tap into their renewable energy resources and deploy energy efficiency measures.

Participant and Project Selection Criteria

EDIN project participants receive support in developing policy, using energy technologies, and obtaining financing. Learn about EDIN's criteria for selecting both projects and participants.

Clean Energy Information Resources

EDIN provides the tools and information you need to deploy renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.