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In 2019, to support the revision process for the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) elaborated under the Paris Agreement, the Government of Antigua and Barbuda requested assistance from the IRENA to evaluate potential pathways to achieve a 100% renewable energy share by 2030 in both the power and transport sectors. The renewable energy roadmap will support the NDC revision process by looking into least-cost, high-impact pathways for fully decarbonising Antigua and Barbuda’s power and transport sectors by 2030 and 2040 respectively. This roadmap charts the way forward for decarbonising Antigua and Barbuda’s power and transport sectors within the targeted time frames. It looks in detail at the power sector and outlines the path to a resilient, decarbonised, least-cost power system, which can be leveraged to decarbonise road transport through electromobility. To achieve the ambitious target proposed by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda, several renewable energy technologies have been analysed. The current power system of the country is widely dominated by conventional fossil fuel generation.