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Study Finds C’bean Countries Still Lacking in Implementing Blue Economy Initiatives

Caribbean countries are yet to fully leverage the blue economy as a driver or growth, despite the fact that the ocean plays a significant role...


Development of oceans needs to bring economic, environmental and social benefits to Caribbean people

Development of oceans needs to bring economic, environmental and social benefits to Caribbean people

The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) has recognised the potential for coastal and marine resources to be sustainably used to bring economic benefits to the...


Grenada Power Company Puts Up Fight To Keep Licence

Grenada Power Company Puts Up Fight To Keep Licence

St. Georges, Grenada (CMC) — The war of words between the Grenada government and the Grenada Electricity Services Ltd (Grenlec) took another turn Monday with...


Abundant Renewable Energy Resources ‘Untapped’

The Turks and Caicos Islands has one of the highest reported greenhouse gas emissions in the Caribbean due to its reliance on fossil fuels.  Almost...


Tropical islands poised to benefit from ocean power

  Island nations in the developing world are especially well placed to benefit from technology that exploits a new potential source of energy from sea water: ocean thermal energy conversion...


Bahamas Electricity signs deal with US thermal company for OTEC plants

Bahamas Electricity Corporation (BEC) today signed into effect a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC) to develop two ocean thermal energy...


Government of Montserrat Looking at Renewable Sources of Energy

BRADES, Montserrat – Deputy Premier and Minister of Communications & Works, the Honourable Charles T. Kirnon has said Montserrat is actively exploring renewable sources of...


TECHNOLOGY: Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

The vertical temperature distribution on the open ocean can be simplistically described as consisting of two layers separated by an interface. The upper layer is...





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