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Regional countries agree to biosphere reserves

Regional countries agree to biosphere reserves

ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Caribbean Community (Caricom) countries are among several nations committed to a ministerial declaration and a three-year action plan that aims, among other things, to create… Read more »

Earth Day 2013 themed The Face of Climate Change

Earth Day 2013 themed The Face of Climate Change

NEW YORK, United States– Organizers from Earth Day Network (EDN), the non-profit group dedicated to diversifying and mobilizing the environmental movement through planning and coordinating Earth Day activities and events around… Read more »

Cummins Power South the official Power Generation distributor in the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos

Cummins Power South the official Power Generation distributor in the Bahamas, Turks & Caicos

ATLANTA–Cummins Power South today has announced plans for expansion in the Caribbean as the official Cummins Power Generation distributor for the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos.  Through a network of… Read more »

INITIATIVES SET IN PLACE TO COMBAT HIGH ENERGY COST IN ST. KITTS

INITIATIVES SET IN PLACE TO COMBAT HIGH ENERGY COST IN ST. KITTS

Basseterre, St. Kitts– New policies were outlined on Tuesday, during the 2013 reading of the budget, to lower the high cost of energy in St. Kitts and Nevis and create a cleaner… Read more »

SKB moving ahead with renewable energy plans

SKB moving ahead with renewable energy plans

ST. KITTS–Negotiations are continuing for the construction of a one-megawatt solar farm at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport and a factory to manufacture solar panels on St. Kitts. Senior… Read more »

OAS, EU help Antigua launch first renewable energy project

OAS, EU help Antigua launch first renewable energy project

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has successfully partnered with several international groups and countries through the regional Caribbean Renewable Energy Development Programme (CREDP) project in launching the first renewable… Read more »

Solar power for rural communities in Suriname

Solar power for rural communities in Suriname

UK–Guguplex brings affordable, clean solar power to rural communities in Suriname. One of the eight IDEAS 2012 competition winners, the company aims to bring affordable, clean solar power to rural… Read more »

Dominica hoping for assistance from Clinton Foundation for geothermal boost

Dominica hoping for assistance from Clinton Foundation for geothermal boost

DOMINICA–Dominica says it is hoping to sign later this year an agreement with the US-based Clinton Climate Initiative on the further developing the geothermal energy sector programme here. The island’s… Read more »

EU to fund Guyana micro hydro-power system

EU to fund Guyana micro hydro-power system

GUYANA– The Guyana government says construction of a multi-million dollar European Union funded micro-hydro power system at Chiung Water Fall in Kato will begin next year. The project, which is expected to… Read more »

Recipients of OAS “Sustainable Communities in Central America and the Caribbean” grants announced

Recipients of OAS “Sustainable Communities in Central America and the Caribbean” grants announced

WASHINGTON–The Organization of American States (OAS) on December 11 announced the recipients of 14 grants under the “Sustainable Communities in Central America and the Caribbean Project, which aims to strengthen… Read more »