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Jamaica in Good Position to Achieve Revised Renewable Energy Target

Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Hon. Fayval Williams, speaking at the launch of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona ‘Society for Future Policy Leaders’ held recently on the university campus PHOTO: Adrian Walker Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Hon. Fayval Williams, has indicated that...

St Joseph’s Infant expanding solar system

ATL technicians install solar PV panels on the roof at St Joseph’s Infant School on Duke Street in dowtown Kingston, in September 2017. St Joseph’s Infant School is no stranger to renewable energy initiatives and the institution is yet again raising the bar. The Duke Street-based school won a 3KW photo-voltaic (PV)...

Turning the Caribbean Green One Property At a Time

PHOTO: Club Med Miches Playa Esmeralda rendering (Photo courtesy Club Med) Over the past year, some of the travel industry’s biggest names have made headlines for announcing sweeping plans to eliminate everything from plastic straws to single-use water bottles. And while there’s no denying such efforts are important and worthy of...

Anguilla’s Frangipani Resort Completes Sustainable Energy Project

Frangipani Beach Resort in Anguilla has installed a solar panel system projected to power 70% of the resort. The panels, which will offset a portion of Frangipani’s energy demand, occupy a quarter of an acre of the property’s main entrance and were designed to withstand hurricane-force winds. Two solar canopies have been...

Anguilla’s Frangipani Resort Completes Sustainable Energy Project

Frangipani Beach Resort in Anguilla has installed a solar panel system projected to power 70% of the resort. The panels, which will offset a portion of Frangipani’s energy demand, occupy a quarter of an acre of the property’s main entrance and were designed to withstand hurricane-force winds. Two solar canopies have been...