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Regulator to analyse energy options

The CEO of OfReg, the utilities regulator, says that his team will be conducting a rigorous analysis of the process that led to the contracting of Cayman’s first commercial-scale renewable energy plant which opened on June 20. He hopes the analysis will provide insights into what was done right, and …

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Renewable energy has potential

The Cayman Renewable Energy Association hosted a Caribbean-wide conference on May 11-12 which could herald a remarkable sea change in the development of renewables in the Cayman Islands. The Caribbean Transitional Energy Conference was attended by representatives from jurisdictions throughout the Caribbean who shared developments in the transition from fossil …

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Cayman way behind when it comes to renewable energy

By Lindsey Turnbull The Cayman Islands are way behind other island nations when it comes to implementing an overall renewable energy strategy for the country, even though islands such as Cayman suffer the most from climate change. This was a point of discussion highlighted byJames Whittaker during his presentation entitled: …

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Gov’t must move swiftly on renewable energy

Government should consider fast tracking its thrust towards renewable energy especially since the approval of Cayman’s first solar power farm was long overdue. So said GreenTech Group founder and CEO James Whittaker responding to news that Caribbean Utilities Company Ltd (CUC) has received the green light for its 5 megawatt …

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Energy management system to be used for Cayman commercial property

A developer of innovative energy management solutions serving the commercial and industrial building and utility markets, announced Wednesday, 22 April, the signing of a contract to provide an advanced energy management system for the largest “off-grid” renewable energy installation in the Cayman Islands. The Cayman Technology Centre (CTC), a 38,000 …

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