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Suriname project delivers clean water through the use of renewable energy

The small South American nation of Suriname may only have three Rotary clubs, but Rotarians there have made a big impact with projects to improve access to clean water. Illegal mining has caused mercury contamination in many rivers and streams in Suriname, affecting the lives of thousands. Focusing on the indigenous communities...

Government Looks at Renewable Energy

Energy Minister Conrad Enill yesterday launched the Government's Renewable Energy Initiative, a move aimed at increasing the amount of energy generated from renewable energy sources....

SVG Alternative Energy Needs

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is already looking for alternative sources of energy, as preparations move forward for the start of work on the International Airport. The announcement was made by Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, during the ground-breaking ceremony for the Airport Project on Sunday. The Prime Minister...

Ericsson Solar Cell Solution Deployed In Suriname

A solar radio-site system from Ericsson will provide enough clean energy to power Digicel’s network coverage in remote areas of Suriname, the company announced. The system will help Digicel, the largest mobile telecommunications operator in the Caribbean, lower its energy consumption, reduce operating and maintenance costs and reduce the company’s environmental...