Former Prime Minister Mike Eman joins Advisory Council

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We are thrilled to welcome Mike Eman, the Former Prime Minister of Aruba, to the Solar Head of State Advisory Council.

Mike is a politician and civic leader, who served as the Prime Minister of Aruba from 2009 to 2017, designing and implementing a vision of sustainable and shared prosperity that put Aruba on the path to greater use of renewable energy, a diversified knowledge-based economy and a stronger sense of community and social cohesion.

Mike also served as President in 2016 of the Overseas Countries and Territories Association of the European Union, promoting a strategy to pursue sustainable development among its members. He advocated for a global transition to renewable energy, becoming a strong voice on the climate change threat facing Small Island Developing States (SIDS), speaking at key fora, including the U.N. Security Council (2015) and the U.N. 3rd International Conference on SIDS (2014).

Today, Mike continues to reside in Aruba and works tirelessly to support sustainable development for island communities and is an advocate for renewable energy.