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Dominican TSO Iintroduces Wind and Solar Forecast System

Image by: Blue Elephant Energy AG (www.blueelephantenergy.com)   February 7 (Renewables Now) – The transmission system operator (TSO) of the Dominican Republic, OC-SENI, on Thursday officially inaugurated the solar and wind power generation forecasting service that will provide for a better integration of the Caribbean country’s renewables.   The system will predict data from nine...

Banks Willing to Invest in Renewables

First Citizens CEO Karen Darbasie. FILE PHOTO –   Caribbean banks are well aware of the potential for investing in renewable energy across the region. What is required, however, is a more streamlined approach to policy.   The Caribbean is blessed not just with hydrocarbons but also major resources for renewable energy like solar,...

Gov’t Signs MOU For Solar Technician Training

  From left: Acting President of HLSCC Dr Richard Georges, government legislator Carvin Malone, and co-Founder of Power52 Inc, Ray Lewis.   Premier Andrew Fahie has described the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the British Virgin Islands and Power52 Incorporated as another step towards transforming the territory as a leading economy...

Guyana: CARICOM Burns More Than US$500,000 in Electricity; Moving to Solar

CARICOM Secretary General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque; Minister of Foreign Affairs, Karen Cummings; Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson and Ambassador of Japan to Guyana and CARICOM, HE Tatsua Hirayama turn the sod to begin construction of a Photovoltaic Power Generation System at CARICOM HQ. [DPI photo]   The head office of the...

The Dominican Republic Has a Huge New Solar Park

  The Dominican Republic has officially debuted a major new solar energy park in the country.    The new Solar Canoa park, set in Canoa in the western portion of the country, has a capacity of 25 megawatts in its first phase.    It’s a significant new green achievement for the Dominican Republic in a...