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  1. Regional Machinery seeks Urgency Required On Alternative Energy

    The Caribbean needs to embrace a transition to 100 per cent adoption of Renewable Energy as if its very life depends on it. This was the general view from a panel discussion on alternative energy which formed part of the programme on Wednesday of Caribbean Exporters’ Colloquium 2014, organised by the Caribbean Export Development Agency […]

    November 20, 2014Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  2. Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) to Host DENA Exhibition on Renewable Energy

    The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) will be the venue for the 2013/2014 edition of a Poster Exhibition about renewable energy created by the German Energy Agency, DENA. The Exhibition, entitled “Renewables – Made in Germany“, will run until 21st November 2014. The display, which coincides with Caribbean Energy Week, will present information about renewable energy […]

    November 16, 2014Featured, TechnologyNo comments
  3. ‘All I Want For Christmas’ mortgage & home expo, Scotiabank Wildey: $olar Power? November 2, 2014Photo Gallery, TechnologyNo comments
  4. CDB President to lead discussions on energy policy & energy security at CREF

    Regional policy makers will contemplate the alignment of policy to energy security on day two of the 2014 Caribbean Renewable Energy Conference which is set for October 6 – 8, at the Marriott Marquis in Miami. The conference is expected to assemble government and development partners to explore the prospects and praxis of alternative energy […]

    October 6, 2014BusinessNo comments
  5. “Renewable Energy” – Bridging the Caribbean Divide, By Ambassador Mikael BARFOD, EU Delegation Barbados & Eastern Caribbean

    In a few days I will attend the Caribbean Renewable Energy Forum and speak on a panel which will discuss donor harmonisation and absorption capacities of Caribbean countries. I think it is therefore highly relevant to present some of the thinking of the European Union on the Caribbean’s transition to a higher proportion of renewable […]

    October 2, 2014EditorialNo comments
  6. BMEX 2014 Celebrating Milestones: Solaris Global Energy Limited

    10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. daily – tomorrow’s the last chance to buy local goods at special discounts!

    June 8, 2014Photo Gallery, TechnologyNo comments
  7. Home Makeover with Signia Financial at Haggatt Hall: Customer asks on Solar Power

    Signia’s Home Expo was held over the weekend at Haggatt Hall when clients took advantage of their home makeover loans and spoke with reputable companies who came to help renovate the home.

    May 26, 2014Business, Photo GalleryNo comments
  8. Solar Powered Farms to boost employment: Jamaican project gets boost from DFID

    The model of Jamaica’s first solar-powered hydroponic farm is to be replicated in urban areas across Jamaica, to create more job opportunities and enrich communities. That project was one of eight selected from a pool of 189 proposals, named winners of the 2012 IDEAS Energy Innovation Contest sponsored by UKAid from the Department for International […]

    April 22, 2014Agriculture, TechnologyNo comments
  9. Signia’s ‘5 for the road’ offer: Nissan Leaf, UK electric car aimed for Tourist Mkt. March 30, 2014Business, Photo GalleryNo comments
  10. “CAN OFFSHORE RENEWABLES TURN THE TIDE OF CLIMATE CHANGE?”: Op ed by Mark Simmonds, MP

    Climate change is one of the greatest threats to our security and prosperity. So, now is the time for people around the world to work together, to protect our future and that of our children. And island nations, like those in the Caribbean, are already feeling the impact. Oil prices are rising – pushing up […]

    February 7, 2014Review, TechnologyNo comments
  11. “GOODBYE WORLD” Near Future Apocryphal Apocalypse? (2014)

    James and Lily live off the grid, raising their young daughter in a cocoon of comfort and sustainability. When a mysterious mass text ripples its way across the country, triggering a crippling, apocalyptic cyber attack, their home transitions from sheltered modern oasis to a fortress for the estranged old friends that show up at their […]

    February 3, 2014Cinema, Controversy, Video GalleryNo comments
  12. Barbados UWI Lecturer takes subtle dig at Williams Evergreen?

    In this video Professor Marshall seems to object to Ralph “Bizzy” Williams solar energy project in Haggatt Hall, his objection is allegedly on altruistic grounds – yet because he says it is not on race, would Marshall object if the project was coordinated by a black Barbadian? Take a view of the edited contents then […]

    December 24, 2013Business, EducationNo comments
  13. “Caribbean has some of the world’s highest energy costs – now is the time to transform the region’s energy market” by Christopher Barton, Lumas Kendrick & Malte Humpert

    The high and volatile price of electricity is the most important issue in the energy sector. Electricity prices in the Caribbean are among the highest in the world, and they fluctuate greatly with the global price of oil. The primary cause of the high cost of electricity is that most Caribbean countries use diesel and […]

    November 16, 2013Editorial, TechnologyNo comments
  14. Direct Assistance Grant Scheme funds Barbados’ First Solar Carport

    Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) facilitated the development of a ground-breaking project where the first of ten (10) Megapower solar carports being launched in Barbados over the weekend. The project, which is being implemented by Caribbean Consultant Limited, is one of many regional initiatives that have received support from the Agency under the Direct […]

    June 11, 2013TechnologyNo comments