Prime minister Hubert Ingraham has proclaimed November 4-11, 2011 as “Energy Awareness Week”.
The Bahamas must develop an energy plan based upon clean energy that capitalises on our abundant natural resources (wind, water, sun and recyclable waste).
While it is certainly not a new thing, solar power is finally getting the attention it should. Here are 15 unique and ingenious applications.
Bahamas Electricity Corp. and Ocean Thermal Energy Corp. have moved toward the construction of two ocean thermal energy conversion plants.
President of Operation Justice, Troy Garvey continues his fight against Emera and the Grand Bahama Power Company to bring relief from exorbitant energy bills.
Bahamas Electricity Corporation and Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation move toward construction of two ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) plants
After prohibiting it for years, the Bahamas government is now allowing the use of alternative energy sources and encouraging Bahamians to create their own energy.
Blackouts resulting from electrical load shedding has Bahamians taking solutions provided in the National Energy Policy seriously with Bahamians being encouraged to buy solar photovoltaic panels.