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Part 2: Development of Renewable Energy in the Caribbean

Welcome to part two of our discussion on the development of renewable energy in the Caribbean!

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The Caribbean consumer pays some of the highest electricity charges and fuel tariffs in the world (with Trinidad being the only exception where subsidies produce some of the lowest rates in the world at $ 0.035/kWh). 528 more words


A Global Agreement Pt. 2

I suggest you read the first part of this post before continuing (if you haven’t done so already):
A Global Agreement Pt. 1

How Far Have We Progressed? 1,177 more words


Refusing To Change: What The Oil Industry And The QWERTY Keyboard Have In Common

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Fossil fuel energy production and consumption technologies contribute to human-induced climate change and is one of our generation’s biggest problem. As such, it is only logical for the world to move towards renewable energy to ensure that our Earth remains sustainable. 933 more words

Money Matters

Despite spur in renewable energy developments, global oil companies look to shift focus back on oil and gas

Over the last 5-10 years global energy companies such as BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil and Shell, have explored the utility of using alternative energies. These have however taken somewhat of a backseat in light of decreased demand in oil and a slump in prices. 788 more words


Scotland's First Minister: We're closer to the Arctic than London

On Friday, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon delivered a speech in an unlikely venue: the Arctic Circle conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. The event, the largest annual gathering on Arctic affairs, attracts delegations from the eight Arctic states of the United States, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, and Sweden. 1,288 more words