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How COVID-19 Is Impacting Renewable Energy

City Electric Supply on renewable energy & COVID-19   The massive, two-decade-long growth behind renewable energy looks to level off in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be flat for long. Here’s what we know.   In mid-January, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasted an addition of 13.5...

Energy Reform Still Untapped Resource

  Reforms geared towards improving The Bahamas’ energy security are critical to building greater economic resilience and diversification. In the previous Island Insight column, I pointed out that tourism and other services-based industries are not ideal for long-term economic growth, and that exploring sectors which rely more on technology and innovation will be...

Government Told: Focus on Job Creation in Renewable Energy Sector

  With over $270 million to be allocated to capital works expenditure, Senator Crystal Drakes is urging government to use some of these funds to push job creation in the renewable energy sector.   “If you want to engage in an exercise where you have job creation, you need to take some of...