In the proceedings there are detailed information about energy and renewable energy on the following islands world-wide:
Barbados, Mauritius, Tuvalu, Hawaii (USA), Miyako Island (Japan), Aeroe (Denmark), La Desirade and Marie Galante (Guadeloupe, French West Indies), Samsoe (Denmark), Isla de la Juventud (Cuba), American Samoa (USA), Antigua and Barbuda, Cook Islands, Dominica, Fiji, Guam, Kiribati, Maldives, Malta, Reunion (France), Seychelles, Solomon Islands, St. Lucia, Tonga and US Virgin Islands (USA).
In the proceedings there are detailed information about the following national, regional and international organisations working with renewable energy on islands:
The Alliance of Small Islands Developing States (AOSIS), Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC), Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), Caribbean Electric Utility Service Co-operation (CARILEC), European Islands Energy and Environment Network (ISLENET), Climate Institute, E & Co, Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Caribbean Energy Information Systems (CEIS), International Solar Energy Society (ISES), Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and Pacific Power Association (PPA).
The Forum for Energy and Development was closed down in June 2002.
The function of the Island Secretaiat moved to the
Forum for Renewable Energy Islands, Samsoe Island, Denmark.
See at http://www.re-islands.org/
The proceedings can be downloaded for free in PDF-format below (1.391 kb).