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Transition towards renewable energy

MARTIN VOGT IT’S “OUT with the old, in with the new” for Trinidad and Tobago, as the country moves ahead with efforts to restore its infrastructure. At present, there are plans for two multi-million-dollar aluminium projects in La Brea, an extension of the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway to reach Manzanilla, and a new...

MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Seeks USD 50m in IPO

Wind farm in Costa Rica. Author: Christian Haugen. Licence: Creative Commons, Attribution 2.0 Generic. Wind farm in Costa Rica. Author: Christian Haugen. Licence: Creative Commons, Attribution 2.0 Generic. November 30 (Renewables Now) – MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Ltd is seeking to raise USD 50 million (EUR 44m) through an initial public...

MPC Caribbean seeks to Raise US$50 Million in Jamaica, Trinidad

MPC Caribbean Clean Energy invests in renewable projects across the Caribbean. MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Limited, which invests in renewable projects across the Caribbean is seeking to raise US$50 million from cross-listing in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. The startup investment company will list on the Jamaica Stock Exchange and the...

T&T’s Largest Conglomerate Invests In Costa Rica Windpark

MPC Capital’s investment platform for renewable energies in the CARICOM region, MPC Caribbean Clean Energy Fund, and Trinidad and Tobago’s largest conglomerate ANSA McAL Limited will invest in the operational 21 MW windpark, Tilawind, in Costa Rica.   The joint venture with ANSA McAL is in keeping with MPC Caribbean Clean Energy...

T&T Company Charges Ahead With Renewable Solutions

With utility rates set to increase in Trinidad and Tobago, one company is providing a viable option for homeowners through the use of renewable energy.   Local company Davis Ecolife Limited put their Eco Pod on display at Grand Bazaar to show the viability of solar-powered energy for the home.   The Eco Pod, which features energy-efficient...